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As discussed by HeismanPundit yesterday, conventional wisdom often is miscast as true wisdom in college football.  His call for independent thought/knowledge was responded to on here, and judging by the comments and reaction to our thoughts on the Boise State/Georgia matchup, such is the case again.

This time, it's the fans who do their best to shout down any defiance of that conventional wisdom, using name-calling and mockery instead of simple arguments and the good ol' back-and-forth exchange of sensible people.  Gosh this reminds us of the Senate lately.  But we digress.

Anyway, fear not those of you out there who believe in something that goes against that which is nearly codified in college football, or life.  We're taking a beating today, but we stand behind the comments.  We did more than a little elaboration, and gave support for what we've said.  It's up to others to either agree or disagree, but either way the smart ones know to have sensible and reasoned reactions to match the views espoused on here.

We appreciate and invite any sensible scrutiny of Georgia fans, they're passionate as they come and love their team.

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