Just caught the end of a segment on College Football Live on ESPN 2 where they were doing a "What if" discussion. This particular one was "What if Boise State hadn't beat Oklahoma". Won't really discuss it because I didn't catch any of the discussion and it isn't as important as the "What if" for next week..."What if Lindsay Scott hadn't scored against Florida in 1980?"
I don't know how deep these discussions go, and I haven't ever really thought about this "What if" scenario because I don't believe we should question God's will. I don't have much of an idea on what they'll talk about. I imagine it has to be more than "They would have lost the game." It seems they talk about the long-term effects on a program/conference or even the sport itself.
I'd like to hear any ideas from those of you that were lucky enough to be alive at the time. Quick idea popped in my head - maybe Herschel stays all four years?
Anyway, I don't get a chance to watch College Football Live that often, but it looks like it comes on at 8 PM Eastern, so it might be worth a watch for yall. I'll be watching, setting a reminder in my phone. I'd also like to take this time to apologize for jinxing the UGA/Florida game last year. I proclaimed on here that we would definitely win. Sorry yall, I'm a cursed sports fan. Maybe I'll grow a beard this year.