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So, given the standard that most of us have advocated, the following bowl games would be erased from our history:
1944 Sugar Bowl 5-2-2 Loss
1953 Cotton Bowl 6-3-3 Loss
1959 Liberty Bowl 7-2-2 Loss
1969 Liberty Bowl 6-5 Loss
1970 Bluebonnet Bowl 6-5-1 Tie
1987 Hall of Fame Bowl 7-5 Loss
1990 Fiesta Bowl 7-5 Loss
1998 Music City Bowl 7-5 Loss
2001 Independence Bowl 7-5 Win
2004 Music City Bowl 6-6 Loss
2006 Independence Bowl 6-7 Loss
2007 Independence Bowl 7-6 Win
So, some interesting observations:
+ The standard most of us have advocated appears to never have existed (effectively).
+ Two of our bowl victories would be erased.
+ However, we lost most of these bowl games anyway (9 in total).
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It is what it is. I feel that the BCS puts the idea in the fans' heads that these other bowls are meaningless.
i still say these games have been the worst in recent memory however i do admit, that not having a "home" crowd takes a ton of the emotion away as well as the exciting atmosphere that makes college football great.
How many threads about Saban's future are too many?
"My momma always said you got to put the past behind you before you can move on." Forrest Gump
"The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner
Thread should be closed immediately. There are too many postings, and quality has been compromised.