Time-Traveling Commissioner Takes ’04 BCS Title From USC; Auburn Wins!

August 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Birmingham, Alabama—In a not-so-stunning development in the Reggie Bush/USC case, the NCAA, BCS, and the SEC have decided to vacate the Trojans 2004 BCS National Championship. 
Sources close to the situation say that the ’04 Auburn Tigers could be on the verge of winning their first consensus national championship since 1957. 
The move is rumored to be just the beginning of a new method for punishing college football’s evildoers by awarding their ill-gotten championships to SEC schools. 
Big Ten conspiracy theorists have long held the belief that the $15 Billion ESPN/SEC network deal that began in ’09 was just an elaborate cover-up to help fund a super-secret time travel initiative that was developed by SEC commissioner Mike Slive. 
According to sources within the underground Big Ten conspiracy group, JoePa is God; SEC Commissioner Mike Slive plans to begin the process of awarding every vacated national title in the ...

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