Mike Nitty said:
This wasn't no fixed game, you gotta chill wit that s**t...Bama beat themselves more than Auburn did...Auburn went into halftime like we only down 10, we should be down 35 points...we still gotta chance--lets go play perfect football in the second half and that's just what they did, especially the defense...I secretly hope for Boise and TCU in the Championship game too but lets not act like somebody paid Saban to coach his players take a dive. You can't pay college kids enuff to fumble a ball perfectly in the endzone for a touchback, you can't pay college kids to drop a wide open touchdown in the endzone in a rivalry game. nothing was fixed--Auburn just wanted it more.
First of all, they went into halftime down 17 after getting their heads cracked for 30 minutes. I've never seen a previous year national title team lay the f**k down after playing a quarter and a half of damn near pitch perfect football and AT HOME no less, that just doesn't happen unless you're the Cincinnati Bengals.
joking about the fixing games (key word mostly) but its stuff like what you just wrote that lets me know it's entirely possible because fans are too ignorant to realize that money runs always has and always will run college sports. This BCS cartel is VERY real, it washes alot more hands then you think and as long as s**t like this keeps mysteriously happening, we're gonna be stuck watching meaningless bowl games and fake championship title games for the next 10 years and it f**king sucks.
and if you REALLY think that the part I bolded isn't possible, it explains why college football is the way that it is, full of naive fans that think kids play for "the love of the game"
. You CAN play college kids enough money to have the read on a pick and completely over run the wide receiver like its nothing. Not saying it happened, but f**k outta here with there aint enough money in the world for that to be fixed. If they came out 10 years from now and players explained how they fixed the game, would you be seriously shocked?
It wouldn't shock me in the least if Oregon loses tonight, and LSU magically jumps Boise St. and TCU to get Auburn vs. LSU in the title game. Wouldn't shock me 1 f**king bit