To quote Yogi Berra, it's like dj vu all over again.
With a month left in the regular college football season, we are once more faced with the prospect of a Florida -- Alabama SEC Championship that will be the defacto national title game.
It isn't the first time. In fact, it will be the third time in five years that the game in Atlanta in early December will likely be better than the one in mid January where the crystal football is given out.
And just as was the case in the good ole days before Tim Tebow and Mark Ingram moved on to greater football riches and Urban Meyer retired and unretired twice over, the Tide and Gators appear headed on a collision course.
Florida reaffirmed their No. 2 spot in the BCS rankings with a 44-11 trouncing of No. 7 South Carolina despite 74 yards of Gator penalties.
Granted South Carolina missed Marcus Lattimore, but Florida played inspired defense, holding the Gamecocks to just three third-down conversion while all-purpose tight-end...