Wait a minute. Something seems fishy here. The SEC and corruption go hand in hand, but it’s usually about pay for play from boosters. In this case, what I saw last night went beyond that. This is the era of blatant performance enhancing drugs in college. If we’re waiting for ESPN to crack the case, forget it. They’re too busy gushing over Alabama’s 3rd BCS title, and Florida, and Cam Newton. Money that changes hands for that network for these games is too high to disrupt the system. But I have a feeling that eventually they will all have astericks. What we saw went beyond your normal football game. Alabama was throwing Notre Dame players around like rag dolls. This is not normal. It was the equivelant to McGuire and Sosa slamming back to back homeruns on 98MPH curveballs. Don’t confuse what you saw last night with heroics. This was chemically engineered football. And it’s being played by a team in a conference where you “win at all costs”. I think we know what that means now. Use PEDs. Beat your opponents. The crowd won’t know the difference. We’re too busy saying how great Saben is, and how can we get that kind of “speed”? Questions: 1. Do you think Alabama and other SEC teams uses PEDs? 2. Would you be OK with CU using PEDs if that meant a national title? Had to go all John Stossel on this.