Conference title games are a charade
Conference title games are nothing more than glorified scrimmages that can only hurt the higher-ranked team, writes Rod Gilmore.
We don't need them. Great performances over a season should be rewarded -- not cheapened by these conference title games.
Virginia Tech and Texas have had great seasons, but those seasons are at risk against mediocre teams and for no apparent reason, other than cash.
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