so this result came from Discover card sending survey to football fans. Hey survey the fans at the BCS game, before kickoff, and ask who will win the BCS and you would have gotten about 65% Notre Dame and 35% Alabama. Just because a survey says something doesn't make it true.
Stupid report! Even dumber credit card!
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The "value" part actually goes back to a WSJ article which was based on self-reported attendance, revenue and expense figures. Do you all understand now?
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Don't know if that is right phrase or not, but pretty close. Sometimes I believe you can substitute survey for statistics in that phrase and the meaning will still be true in its intent.
These kinds of surveys are why I honestly think Gene Chizik was coach of the year last year.
Think about it - that poor guy HAD to watch Auburn play 12 times. Nobody else did. Everyone else made a choice. It was his JOB!!!
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All the loyal ones I know have suddenly lost interest in college football the last two seasons.
And Rasmussen Reports had us winning Florida by 5, too
The Barn fans have been so used to mediocrity that they are mesmerized by the one year they bought a NC and are basically hypnotized to accepting the mediocrity they are back in.
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