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Perfect freedom is as necessary to the health and vigor of commerce as it is to the health and vigor of citizenship.Patrick Henry
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DallasRazorback wrote: As I recall, she is actually a fairly knowledgeable football fan. She's very bright and is into football so I would at least initially suspect she'll do a fine job. I'll leave the politics to others.
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FoxMan2099 wrote: I agree, I just don't see how those qualifications (shared by millions of Americans) set her apart as uniquely qualified for this DallasRazorback wrote: As I recall, she is actually a fairly knowledgeable football fan. She's very bright and is into football so I would at least initially suspect she'll do a fine job. I'll leave the politics to others.
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pigified wrote: left wing? ask the hip he knows.
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"Don't quit, don't quit, don't quit, if the STARS FALL FROM HEAVEN, DON'T QUIT"
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bakedog19741 wrote: Better yet, why do we have one? Saw a statement attributed to a committee member yesterday that said "tOSU would have to go undefeated to just be considered." Isn't that why we decided to use the computers to begin with? As for scenario's let's use this one. The reason the BCS was killed was 2011, when Bama played LSU in a rematch. So based on yesterday, let's say the following scenario occurs in the SEC and the nation. In the B1G Wisconsin wins every game but they're first (LSU), and so on in each conference. They're best team only loses one game. However in the SEC you have (going into the SECCG): Bama vs GA (both unbeaten), LSU (who beat Wis, who won the B1G) whose only loss was to Bama, and Tennessee (who beat Big 12 conf champ OU, but lost to GA, they also play Bama this year but with the SEC's rotating schedule it's possible this scenario can show up in the future). So Bama wins the SEC championship game in triple OT by a FG against GA. Who does the playoff committee put in? Will the four SEC teams be ranked ahead of the two conf champs that a team from the SEC has already beat? This committee is a mistake they need another solution. Most of us would pick all four SEC teams, but what about conf champs? See what I'm saying. This is an even more flawed system than the BCS.------------------------------------------------ MudvilleSwine wrote:Why in the world is this woman on the NCAA playoff selection committee? She must be having a tryst with Bill Hancock. By golly, this liberal Democrat demands equal time. Nancy Pelosi's dog is a perfect candidate. "Hey Fido. Oregon or Auburn? Woof Woof. "OK, tOSU it is".I want Andrea Mitchell or Alex Half Witt. They'll pick Stanford or Duke every time.... Even if they are 0-12. It really doesn't matter to those folks.By the way, who in the heck is Joe Tesatore? Sounds like something you cure with Tetracycline.---------------------------------------------
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