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ESPN’s coverage of Florida State playoff snub shows ACC will always be second fiddle to SEC


The most notable part of ESPN’s Booger McFarland’s reaction to Florida State being snubbed by the College Football Playoff selection committee on Sunday wasn’t that he went to bat for the Seminoles. It’s that he seemingly was the only one. “To me, this is a travesty to the sport,” McFarland said, shortly after FSU — the 13-0 ACC champion — was left out. (Awful Announcing)

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ESPN’s coverage of Florida State playoff snub shows ACC will always be second fiddle to SEC


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