really hope the Bucs haven't clicnched homefield by that point and then don't play all the starters all the way, because then if they lose because of that people will return to the stupid "sub-40 degrees" theory that has no relevance or substance.
I think this has become a thing now. You are right, it really has no substance, but the media hypes it up so much that I think it really gets into the players' heads now and becomes a distraction.
That said, if they are ever going to break it, the game with the Bears will be a prime opportunity. The Bears are just playing horribly right now, and really shouldn't be able to present much of a challenge to the Bucs, as long as the Bucs are focused on the matter at hand.
It has every bit of substance until they break it. It is just as relevant a theory as any...until it is disproven.
That said, I hope TB loses every game the rest of the way because GB doesn't match up with them...
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I'm starting to think Cam Newton was the greatest college football player. Auburn was not good before him, and they aren't good after him. The top of the SEC is still very dominant, but the depth of good teams isn't there.