College football pundit and SEC radio kingpin Paul Finebaum admitted the SEC is no longer the ruler of college football.
“It’s time to tell the truth down here. The SEC won six straight national championships and owned college football, but it doesn’t anymore. I think the coaching hires have been very questionable. A lot of recycled coaches. A lot of Nick Saban disciples. Some have worked out. Some haven’t,” Finebaum said during an appearance on Mike & Mike.
Paul Finebaum agrees with critics that the SEC isn’t the powerhouse it once was and offers some perspective into why: pic.twitter.com/eiEjIF5E9d
— Mike & Mike (@MikeAndMike) September 21, 2017
You can now add in Mr. Finebaum to the growing list of college football experts who are admitting what most of us have known for a long time. The days of the SEC being at the top of college football are over, and they might not come back for a very long time.
The conference, minus Alabama, has fallen off of a cliff. It just continues to tumble, and there appears to be no end in sight to the downfall. Imagine how bad this conference would be if it weren’t for Alabama right now. No team in the SEC other than Alabama has any shot of making the playoff.
Welcome to the woke team Paul. Glad to have you onboard, and I have no doubt more and more SEC fanboys will defect as the season progresses.