The experiment is over. The inaugural college football playoff was a smashing success; not only were the games themselves incredibly entertaining, they taught us a little something extra about the game itself.
What did we learn?
1) Oregon players definitely aren’t buying Jameis’ “I’m totally not a rapist” defense.
Kick him while he’s down.
Coach Mark Helfrich released this statement concerning the Ducks in question: “We are aware of the inappropriate behavior in the postgame. This is not what our programs stand for, and the student-athletes will be disciplined internally.”
2) The sad looks on these sad Alabama fans’ faces says it all.
No explanation necessary.
3) This Ohio State fan realized the first row of the Sugar Bowl was a terrible place for a date with her side-piece.
There’s a lot of theories about this girl circulating the “interwebs” right now but the most logical involves this chick, her “side dude” and her absent boyfriend.
The look on her face says it all. Busted.
4) Nothing beats a fat guy touchdown.
Ok, so this wasn’t technically from the college football playoff, but it was a bowl game, and it was awesome.
Get off my back.
If the college football playoffs taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected.