Every year at about this same time I’ve got to go off about these ole dull fake media-types tryin’ to screw teams out of positions that they deserve. I was watchin’ the Top 25 College Football Playoff Show on ESPN on Tuesday night and boyz were at it again. The usual suspect, as always, is Kirk Herbstreit talkin’ reckless about the best teams as opposed to the most deservin’ teams.
These duns were lookin’ at the Top 10 and saw Wisconsin sittin’ at No.5 with a record of 6-0. They were talkin’ about how they haven’t played anybody up to this point and that they shouldn’t be in the top 5. TCU came up too as they are 6-0 too but really haven’t been tested.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! I get sick and tired of duns talkin’ about gettin’ the best four teams into the playoffs instead of lookin’ at the four most deservin’ teams. Why? Because the wins and the losses have to count for something. Winnin’ the conference title and winnin’ games have to count bruh!! The season isn’t over. They’ve still got big games to play. Relax! They deserve to be where they are because all of the other duns in front of them wet the bed last week.
Every year it’s the same foolishness from these cats. Last year Herbstreit and Co. pushed and pushed for boyz to put Ohio State into the Final Four and they got the dog snot beaten out of them by Clemson. We saw them get drug up and down the field by the eventual national champs and then boyz wanted to run away from the accident like it didn’t happen. Why? Because they didn’t deserve to be there!! Penn State won the Big Ten Championship and deserved to be at the dance not the Buckeyes and it was proven on national TV in front of everybody and their baby’s momma.
The committee for years have said that they would be givin’ conference championships more consideration but last year when it was time to step up and do the right thing they screwed Penn State. Now would they have beaten Clemson? Probably not, but they deserved the opportunity to play them because they won the Big Ten.
If we’re goin’ to keep usin’ the eyeball test to decide which teams get to compete for a national title then let’s stop playin’ the games and chose them durin’ spring ball. We can avoid wastin’ everybody’s time by playin’ 12 regular season games that don’t count. Joey Gallaway said out of his own mouth that Alabama is in right now only 6 games into the season. What if, Bama completely wets the bad down the stretch? We don’t know what’s goin’ to happen bruh. They should be the top dog but you don’t know until all of the games are played.
If Wisconsin runs the table, which I doubt that they will, they would deserve to play for a national title. Stop tryin’ to make this any more difficult than it should be. The wins and the losses have to count for somethin’.
I don’t think anybody’s goin’ to run the table this year, includin’ Alabama! Especially with how strong Kirby Smarty has Georgia lookin’ right now. Boyz need to be ranked accordin’ to how they are playin’ and what there freakin’ record says they are. Bill Parcells said it best, “You are what your record says you are!”
Stop tellin’ me about who the best teams are. If they’re losin’ games then they aren’t the best teams. I can remember when Herbstreit kept pushin’ for USC late in the season last year because they were on a 8 game winnin’ streak. However, they lost 3 ball games early in the season. THEY LOST 3 GAMES bruh!! They got drug by both Alabama and Stanford and lost to Utah. How do you fix your mouth to even discuss them in the best teams in the country last year. The season doesn’t start once to figure out how to play or when you go in a wins streak. Stop with this foolishness! The ENTIRE season counts not just the 10 total games that they won.
So don’t get me started again. I want to see the most deservin’ teams play for the national title. Not a bunch of cats that boyz think should be playin’ because they like them. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
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