Because we need this. And by we, I mean me.
Today—what would have been conference championships if the NCAA season were still going on—I’ll be blogging a couple of old conference championships as if they were happening live. Here’s the schedule.
|Saturday, March 21||Video|
|3:00pm ET/12:00pm PT – 2008 SEC Championship||LINK|
|5:00pm ET/2:00pm PT – 2012 Pac-12 Championship||LINK|
I’m pressing play on the YouTube videos at the exact moment listed. Do the same if you want to be part of this cool kids sleepover.
Up first, the 2008 SEC Championship.
Georgia has won the last three national championships and Suzanne’s cheekbones are more confident than ever. Georgia comes into the conference championship as the #1 team in the country and de facto host of the event but is critically without Courtney Kupets, who tore her Achilles (again) four meets prior. That development has given #3 Florida, #5 LSU, and #6 Alabama hopes of snatching an upset win.
A whole ELEVEN 10.0s have been awarded so far this season including TWO (!!!!) at Georgia’s senior night last week, team scores have been trending into the higher part of the 197s, and we’re all worried about what this means for rising scores again.Continue reading Conference Championships Fake Live Blog – March 21, 2020