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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Pre Bowl Edition

The playoff is set, and yours truly announced it three weeks ago. I’m just saying. I did however see Oregon moving to #1 so that they could play B1G champ Ohio State in the Rose Bowl to keep some traditional matchups alive. But either way, I said the Big 12 would be the team out. And I was right. For once.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 14

4-0. That’s all I have to say. ACC teams were 4-0 against SEC teams this weekend. Florida State beat Florida. Clemson beat South Carolina. Louisville beat Kentucky. And Georgia Tech beat Georgia. Take that SEC homers.

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Sloppy Seconds – Week 13

Very late this week, but that’s how it goes. Not too much excitement to write about anyway. But there was a little bit worth mentioning.

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Why There Won’t Be Two SEC Teams In The Playoff

The recent rankings have so many people freaking out. Take a breath. Calm down. Sloppy Joe is here to tell you everything is all right and that nasty second SEC team will be long gone by the time the final rankings roll around.

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Hey Big 12, Time To Expand

The college football season is winding down, and it looks to be an exciting conclusion. We’ve got Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, TCU, Baylor, Mississippi State and Ohio State all vying for just four playoff spots. How will it turn out? I’m not sure. But I do know there is one way it can turn out that would be very, very bad for the Big 12.

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Sunday’s Sloppy Seconds – Week 12

I know, it’s not Sunday. But Monday’s Sloppy Seconds doesn’t have the same ring to it and I was just too busy yesterday. So even though most everything has been said by now, doesn’t mean you should stop reading.

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