Notre Dame RB Calls Out Entire SEC

College Spun: Notre Dame’s 2014 schedule, while difficult, does not feature any SEC opponents, unless of course the Irish face off against one in the postseason. That’s a shame, because Irish running back Greg Bryant apparently has some beef with the entire conference and its scheduling policies. 

Bryant, a sophomore tailback who is returning from a knee injury that ended his season prematurely a year ago, took to Twitter earlier this week to boast about how tough Notre Dame’s schedule will be in 2014. He also took a shot at the SEC.

Ok Simmer down now buddy. Not every team is without a conference and has to schedule all 12 games against random teams. I’d love to see the Irish have to face an SEC opponent nearly every week. Even teams like Vandy, who used to be a gimmie game, are tough matchups now. Notre Dame does play some powerhouses like Rice, Purdue, Syracuse, Navy, and Northwestern. I’d take the bottom 4 teams in the SEC (Kentucky, Arkansas, Miss. St, and Vandy) against those teams all day. The SEC has 6 teams in the top 12 of strength of schedule. Mainly because they have to face each other week in and week out. They deserve a game vs. Charleston Southern or UL Monroe. Come on Greg Bryant, I’m going to need you to play a full season of football before you start talking Shit. Oh and didn’t UGA and Notre Dame just schedule home and home’s? Yeah the SEC is real scared of competition. Maybe he should ask his Seniors how Alabama looked a couple years ago in the BCS National Championship Game. That was a fucking Blood Bath.

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