When you start a playoff, you lose the bowls. When you lose the bowls, you lose bowl games. When you lose bowl games, you lose bowl game promos. When you lose bowl game previews, you lose Laser Bear Bryant and Laser Lou Holtz. When you lose Laser Bear Bryant and Laser Lou Holtz, the world as we know it ends. Way to go, playoff advocate. Way to freakin' go.
Alabama would win after installing a double wing offense with an unbalanced line, thus marking the last time anyone in Alabama did anything interesting on offense. 24-9 was the final score in the Alabama victory. As a result of a bet between he and Coach Bryant, Lou Holtz cut his gorgeous feathered hair and stopped performing on television shows under the alias "Barbara Bel Geddes."
(Yes, Lou Holtz coached at Arkansas. Don't laugh. Lou Holtz has coached your team, too, because he has coached every team in college football and put half on probation.)
Spectacular LASER GIFS after the jump.
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