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Kramer and the UT conspiracy...

There's nothing I enjoy more than finding out how much more there is to a story than anyone else really realizes.

Myself and Pops Tider made another post to MemphisTider.com (http://memphistider.blogspot.com/2010/07/one-last-ode-to-roy-kramer.html) regarding how much the conference office has screwed the University of Alabama, and how prior SEC commissioner, Mr. Roy Kramer has a bit to do with it.

If you'd like to read more indepth, the article is fairly long over at our site, but to keep this fanpost short, here's the disturbing information. The league office has had "previous game influence" in 48 games for Alabama's opponents for the past 7 years. In 70% of those games (34 games out of the 48) our opponent has scheduled either a bye week or a non-conference opponent the week before they play us (Sisters of the Poor, Central Tech St, etc). The league office has had our opponent play either Vandy or Kentucky 10 times out of the other 14. That leaves 4 more, games, and 3 of those were Auburn facing Georgia before they face us, and all three times Auburn had a bye week before Georgia.

Not once in that time frame has an opponent played Florida, LSU, Auburn or Tennessee before facing us.

Read the rest of the article if you think this is a little suspicious. In contrast, Tennessee has faced a team coming off a game against a conference opponent 60% of the time - double what we have.

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