Yesterday I wrote a post on the difference between the SEC and the Big 12. The SEC plays legitimate NFL style football while the Big 12 plays Playstation football.
Do you really want me to prove this correct?
Yesterday, five Big 12 games were played. Six of the 10 teams playing scored more than 50 points. In BSP’s eyes, that’s embarrassing. Especially since two teams scored 50+ points in regulation.
Sorry college football. I saw Washington play Baylor in the Alamo Bowl, a game that ended 67-59. That was an embarrassment. Despite local sports media thought, it was boring watching those two teams move down the field unopposed.
Washington fired its defensive coordinator. Baylor thought, “business as usual.”
I thought football was one of the sports where it was supposed to be hard to score.
Lets look at the Big 12’s success in the NFL. Bob Griffin is playing well. But Vince Young, probably one of the Big 12’s greatest players ever, is a bust. Sam “glass” Bradford is nearing bust status. Cedric Benson is off the grid, injured but it took him getting cut to be a productive NFLer. Colt McCoy is a bust…in favor of Brandon Weeden, the 30 year old rookie. There’s a lot of busts in from the Big 12 and part of the reason is, in the NFL, you can’t just run up and down the field on offense like its nothing.
Isn’t this the Redskins first division game? We think Bob Griffin is going to find this out, starting today.