During its seven-year foreclosure on college football’s national championship, SEC teams have beaten the Big Ten (twice), Big 12 (twice), Pac-12, an independent and even one of its own (Alabama over LSU).
In that sweep, the SEC has not played an ACC team. Such matchups normally are reserved for the Chick-fil-A Bowl since ACC football has been weaker than a Happy Hour drink at the hotel bar.
All that changes tonight when Florida State scratches a seven-year itch by beating Auburn to end the SEC’s reign in the 16th — and final — BCS Championship game.
Yes, I know this is blasphemy. How can a shameless spokesman for SEC superiority (guilty as charged) pick against Auburn?
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