Bowling for Respect: SEC Postseason Picture Going To Be Revealing

Posted by Zachary Osterman on November-19-2009 Add Comments

(Chris Todd will be one of several signal-callers looking on with great interest at the bowl selections.)

It seems like, more often than not, when somebody brings up the college bowl system, the conversation quickly devolves into an argument about its flaws. The BCS is skewed (maybe), there are too many bowls (probably), a playoff would be better (not necessarily).

In truth, there's a lot more good about bowl season than bad. It's a way of rewarding players for a season of hard work, a chance for small schools to get on national TV, and big schools to build momentum or erase the pain of an average season.

In the SEC, this year's bowl season will be even more important, because the way it shakes out will be a...

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