INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — As another season winds down in the frigid heart of Big Ten country, there’s no doubt who runs college football.
The Southeastern Conference is the beast that ate everyone else.
The College Football Playoff should be abbreviated S-E-C, not C-F-P.
For those suffering from SEC fatigue, who wish someone — anyone! — could bring a little variety to an increasingly stale game, well, the outlook isn’t good.
There’s little hope of this one-conference rule waning as Alabama prepares to face Georgia — yep, a pair of SEC members who already played . . .