Now that the draft is winding up, the football news is scarce, we here at H2DN will give you something else to argue about. We’ll finish up the conference draft results this week. The following are the 4th, 5th, and 6th rounds. Stay tuned as well for the OMG BLOCKBUSTER TRADE.
Editor’s Note: On the eve of the NFL Draft, H2DN presents the Third Round of our Conference Draft, as we attempt to reorganize D-1A Football. Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks!
1 (15) ACC: I felt like I should take another ACC team here, and Georgia Tech is a solid football team who manages to do fairly well despite Chan Gailey’s best efforts to drive the team into the ground. Read the rest of this entry »
1 (8 overall) SEC – Georgia: The SEC needed someone to win the East once a decade when UF and UT weren’t, so the Dawgs are here to stay. Games will still be played “between the hedges”, which will get quite a touch-up if Oregon and their band ever come to play. Read the rest of this entry »
After making our saves, it came time to hold the actual draft to fill out seven twelve-team conferences. The order was based on the final 2006 ranking of the champion of each conference. The first round was held in reverse order, and the rest of the draft proceeded in a serpentine fashion.
Without further ado, let’s get this thing started with the ACC’s first pick: Read the rest of this entry »
A constant discussion in the offseason is how to best reorganize the conferences. “Notre Dame should join a conference.” “The Big Ten should get a 12th team and get a conference championship game.” “[Insert conference here] should get rid of any shitty private school like Northwestern, Vanderbilt, or USC.”
To help pass the time we decided to set up a draft to create 7 elite conferences in D-1A. Read the rest of this entry »