My latest blog post: The BCS is bias towards the SEC

The Sportsguy Thomas Brunt is a award-winning sports columnist from Smithfield Middle School (Semper Fi, Go Raiders!!), and he’s currently a Freshman sports-writer/repoter for Birdville High School (GO HAWKS!!) Follow him on Twitter, or poke him around on Facebook: or, you can send him your mailbag comments/questions or hatemail burns by emailing him here:

— Is it me, or is the BCS bias towards the SEC? — I mean the Alabama Crimson Tide who LOST to LSU earlier this season in: “the game of the century”, and yet, they’re still in it? — Just look at the Oklahoma State Cowboys who if not AS easily be in, more easily be in it to win it all.  — The Crimson Tide loss just PROVES that the BCS is and probably ALWAYS will be bias towards them. — And just to refresh you’re memory, a SEC team has basically dominated the world of College Football.

Though I will admit: who has the #1 toughest schedule in all of college football? — Your answer:  The SEC teams, there’s no question about it, you have to go up against teams like: Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas, LSU, Georgia, Florida,  you get the idea, but my point is:  The votes are based off of things like this, and it makes a great deal of sense, whether you like it or not, this seems to be the way College Football is going to be working, people this is the BCS.  
— Than again, you STILL can’t help but wonder what it would be like if Oklahoma State was in, according to Rick Reilly, the Pokes have scored on a average of almost every 11 seconds per posesion. 
Had they not lost to Iowa state, this would be a lot more interesting to of seen the BCS voters chose on, but instead, it went the way it has usually gone, the SEC.  


Author: Thomas Brunt

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