Tier 2 Playoffs: Is Only Little Bit Less Glory

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Here is painting showing famous incident when fans of Western Michigan Broncos is attacking Big Red, mascot for Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.

Here is painting showing famous incident when fans of Western Michigan Broncos is surrounding and attacking Big Red, mascot for Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. WMU fans is claiming Big Red is yelling insult about Michigan SSR, but fans of Hilltoppers is claiming this is false, and WMU fan on horseback is giving cowardly sucker punch to Big Red. In end, no one is suffering injury, because Big Red is simply large soft blob, and punch is not hurting.

Every American college football fan is watching Tier 1 playoff race with much interest. But do not forget about Tier 2, perhaps most interesting level of Commie Football! Here, collision is happening between weakest teams from old FBS level and best teams from old FCS level.

Every season, Tier 2 is most affected by promotion and relegation from both Tier 1 and Tier 3 levels. To win championship on Tier 2 level is little less glorious than Tier 1, but here is where pride of victory is most pure!

Many fans of defending Tier 2 champion North Texas Mean Green (7-5) and runner-up Buffalo Bulls (9-3, #12 Top Power rank) is crying and complaining in kvass when teams is not being promoted to Tier 1 after successful 2013 season. But in 2014, neither team is making Tier 2 playoffs! Superior Commie Football system is revealing many mysterious truths about American college football.

CONTENDERS FOR TIER 2 CHAMPIONSHIP GLORY

TIER 1 PLAYOFFS: Round 1


District 1:
MASS vs.
NOVA

District 2:
RICH vs. APP

District 3:
CCU vs.
GASO

District 4:
SAM vs. TULN

District 5:
WMU vs. WKU

District 6:
UNI vs. ILST

District 7:
SFA vs. TXST

District 8:
CSU_2014 vs. UNLV
  • District 1: UMass Minutemen (9-3, #11) vs. Villanova Wildcats (9-3, #14) – UMass is winning North division tiebreaker because of Week Seven victory over New Hampshire (9-3, #13), but is looking like weakling in 29-8 loss to Brown Bears (7-5) in final game of regular season. Villanova is clinching weak South division many weeks ago on strength of #4 rank defense.
  • District 2: Richmond Spiders (8-4, unranked) vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers (10-2, #7) – Spiders is sneaking away with North division due to Week Seven victory over William & Mary (8-4, #25). Appalachian State is playing like monster, enjoying seven-game win streak and scoring 50 points in each of final two games of regular season. Mountaineers smushed the Spiders 32-24 in Week Ten.
  • District 3: Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (8-4, #24) vs. Georgia Southern Eagles (11-1, #3) – CCU is making second consecutive playoff appearance, playing solid defense in weak division but losing final two games of regular season to bad teams. Georgia Southern is having strong offense and was once #1 Top Power, but is suffering big loss two weeks ago to Appalachian State to spoil perfect season. GSU beat the Chanticleers 45-25 in Week Six.
  • District 4: Samford Bulldogs (10-2, #8) vs. Tulane Green Wave (7-5, unranked) – Samford is having good season, but is playing weakest schedule on Tier 2 this season. Tulane is winning division tiebreaker with victories over both Southern Miss and South Alabama (both 7-5).
  • District 5: Western Michigan Broncos (12-0, #1) vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (10-2, #5). In Week Five meeting of West vs. West, was very close game with WMU winning 31-29. Broncos is having #4 ranked offense, but is soft on defense. Hilltoppers is having top-ranked offense, scoring 40+ points in eight games, but defense is even more soft! And yet, WKU is not losing any game since last meeting with WMU, including convincing 50-28 victory over Toledo (9-3, #16) in final week.
  • District 6: Northern Iowa Panthers (9-3, #17) vs. Illinois State Redbirds (10-2, #6) – UNI is making playoffs thanks to #5 ranked defense and unusual weak season for North Dakota State (7-5). ISU is having top-rank defense on Tier 2, but is also having good offense and six-game win streak.
  • District 7: Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (8-4, unranked) vs. Texas State Bobcats (10-2, #4) – SFA is almost blowing opportunity, following 7-0 start with four-game losing streak, including 38-23 loss to Texas State in Week Eleven. But is managing close 27-24 victory over Northwestern State Demons (5-7) in final week to make playoffs. Texas State is emerging from most difficult division on Tier 2, showing explosive offense in final week 53-19 victory vs. strong UTEP (9-3, #9). This, together with unexpected upset of New Mexico Lobos (9-3, #10) by rival New Mexico State (4-8), is sending Bobcats to playoffs.
  • District 8Colorado State Rams (11-1, #2) vs. UNLV Rebels (9-3, #15) – Here is rematch of District 8 Championship from last season, which CSU is winning 39-31. Colorado State, in resplendent green and orange colors, is having good balance on offense and defense, and winning despite very difficult schedule. UNLV is destroying San Jose State (8-4, #23) 46-16 in final game to win division, and is having #6 rank offense on Tier 2.

PLAYOFFS IS VERY CLOSE. ONLY SIX WEEKS FROM NOW.

Intern Bobby is saying...So, after shoveling out and reinforcing the perimeter trench (again) the other night, I’ll admit I was feeling hungry and emotional, so I complained to Georgy about missing Thanksgiving back home. He’s like, “What is this – Thanksgive?” and I explained about the pilgrims and Native Americans, turkey and stuffing, etc. So he goes “You are wanting to celebrate this Thanksgive here? Is good idea.” And he hands me one of his old bayonets, and goes “With this you are killing wild indeyka, then cleaning of feathers, cooking on fire, and I am eating for breakfast. After, you is saying spasibo to me, to thank for opportunity of internship in Russia.”

Now you are knowing all 16 playoff  teams on both Tier 1 and Tier 2 levels. You are excited to begin playoff football games, to know very best American college football teams for season.

Only here is thing. In order for Commie Football to determine champion teams, is requiring proper data. This data is to include scores from meaningless bowl games named after corporation and games from flawed, inferior College Football Playoff. Only with this data can Soviet supercomputer determine ultimate fate of teams in world of Commie Football.

Is sometimes difficult for spoiled Americans to understand true meaning of concept “patience.” Is not so difficult. As example, Soviet citizens is waiting many hours, sometimes days, in middle of winter, standing in long line at market for latest shipment of petrol, and then is only receiving one liter, maximum.

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