I've got to wonder if there really isn't something going on with the SEC officials. It's all been said before: Why doesn't Tebow ever get a penalty for excessive celebration. No one draws more attention to himself than this guy. And I really don't fault Tebow. It's in his DNA. It is how he expresses himself. But the trouble is, how he expresses himself reveals the double standard in the league. The Conference is pre-determining the outcome of games and ultimately predetermining the outcome of the post-season matchups. And by not flagging Tebow (or any other player in the league) for 'doin' that thang they do' is wrong.
Horrible pass interference call on Arkansas' Broadway. Then, an even worse no-call on the creepiest receiver in all of college football. I mean, seriously. Keep Riley Cooper away from your mom, your sister, your wife, girlfriend, money, chocolate, beer. The guy's got his hands everywhere. He'd make a great Italian. The dude wouldn't have half the catches he makes if offensive flags were justly thrown his way. I bet all of Arkansas' cornerback couldn't wait to shower after it was all over.
Florida gets away with more holding calls than anyone else as well. I think #96 on Arkansas was hooked on every single play where Tebow dropped back into the pocket. It's incredible. The Black Crowes sang about it once. It's a Conspiracy.
A 'Bama player pulls off his helmet and no flag is thrown at a point in the game where the outcome was still in doubt? Conspiracy. Yep, part of the SEC's diabolical plan to pit Florida and Alabama at all costs. Ironically, they probably don't need the extra boost, but why take chances when the league has decided what they must do to keep two Evil Empires happy.
And while I'm on the subject, does anyone else think that maybe, *just maybe* the whole "balloon boy" thing out in Colorado was actually staged by the makers of Jiffy Pop? Think about it. Definately a conspiracy.
I still think Oswald acted alone, though.
Anyone else see anything?