Found November 13, 2012 on Fox Sports South:
Glancing through a cracked locker room door Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, there was no remorse on R. Bowen Loftins face. He was posing for pictures with Texas A&Ms padded stunners, grinning. If anyone in SEC country was expecting an apology from the bow-tied university president or anyone else associated with the Aggies program after all, they had just completed the largest obstacle to the conferences six-year streak of BCS titles it was not forthcoming. They did not apologize for what must feel, to SEC enthusiasts, like cruel irony. Just three months earlier, Texas A&M was not competitive enough for the nations preeminent conference, predicted to simply dilute the on-field product. Now, after upsetting formerly top-ranked Alabama 29-24, the Aggies are too good. At 8-2, Texas A&M is one of eight SEC teams already bowl eligible. The problem: Every SEC team now has a loss. Which brings up the question: Will too much competitive balance prove to be detrimental to SEC ...
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