OSU Earns Playoff Spot To Prove SEC Better Than Big Ten

IRVING, TX—The College Football Playoff committee voted yesterday and granted Ohio State the fourth playoff spot against top seed Alabama, granting the Buckeyes the opportunity to prove that the SEC is superior to the Big Ten. “We analyzed each team’s body of work this season and are very confident that OSU will settle any argument that the Big Ten could possibly be better than the SEC,” said Executive Director Bill Hancock, adding that the group was committed to continue the annual demonstration that the best teams of the Big Ten cannot even hold a candle to those in the SEC. According to sources, the committee strongly considered including Baylor or TCU in the fourth spot, but ultimately decided that would leave open the pitiful assertion that the Big Ten is as good if not better than the SEC. Reportedly, the committee also took into account that OSU has historically been successful in verifying the SEC’s dominance with games against Florida and then LSU in the 2006 and 2007 BCS Championship games. “We were pleased to see OSU’s lopsided win over Wisconsin, proving that the Buckeyes are the unequivocal best team in the Big Ten and making them the perfect candidate to support the SEC’s clear supremacy over the entire Big Ten conference.” At press time, one reporter pointed out that the Big Ten Champion Buckeyes are only good because they got a real coach from the SEC.

Enjoy it while it lasts.

Enjoy it while it lasts.

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