- Jul 14, 2005
Yes, your right, they are NOT playing any games the rest of the year ..... HmmmmmnmNot sure about Ann Arbor, but Alabama did go to Happy Valley recently. And don't forget, it was Ohio State that canceled the home/home series with Georgia that should have been played recently.
Ohio State has canceled a home-and-home series with Georgia because of the upcoming Big Ten/Pac-12 scheduling partnership.www.espn.com
Nobody plays up north in the playoffs, including northern teams.
You have given weather as an excuse since as far back as when Florida beat Ohio State in the BCS game in Arizona. Kept saying how if the games were up North y'all would have had an edge, instead of southern teams who were somehow more used to playing in nice weather.
The NCAA season is over at the beginning of December. Bowl games are an extra that aren't part of the season, and very few of those are played in cold weather. And the ones that are are more punishment for finishing around .500 .
Your the only who keeps complaining about weather and geography and SEC teams not coming up north in the late fall instead of early fall. You even brought it up in this very post.
When are the PLAYOFFS ???????>?>?>
DEC 31 st and JAN 7th
Nope, no one plays games after Dec 1st. lolololoolloloollol
I am SOOOOOOOO done with you guys ....
Sadly Ignore doesn't help.
For the record, WAY BACK IN 20 whatever, I said that it would be nice to see the warm weather teams have to play games up in the cold, it Makes a difference and some how you guys have made this a issue for 10 years now.
I hope its 10* and wind chills in the -10* up here next year when they play on Campuses ... of course they will make sure the warm weather teams don't have to deal with it.
I'm out of this, you guys have ruined another what was a very good thread .