As football season regularizes our schedule, ALDLAND’s regular Monday recaps will return in short order, but given the hype of last night’s CFB season-opener, some instant reaction seems appropriate.
We go now to the most reactionary of instant reactors. Clay Travis writes:
Every time I see SEC commissioner Mike Slive at big games, he tells me the same thing, he’s not rooting for either team, he’s just rooting for the officials.
On Thursday night en route to a South Carolina 17-13 victory, Slive’s team lost.
SEC officials missed a crucial and clear pass interference call that would have given Vanderbilt a first down at the South Carolina 47. Would the Commodores have scored a touchdown to win? Maybe not, but we’ll never know.
Instead fans left fuming over the latest, greatest near miss Vanderbilt Commodore upset victory.
Read the rest here.