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Found this on CFP website... maybe


Posted: Nov 14, 2015, 3:56 PM
 

The "Eye Test" FAQ

Q: What is the "Eye Test"?

A: The "Eye Test" is a randomly applied, "unbiased" standard for rating and evaluating football teams using little, or, more often than not, no actual facts, statistics, or information about a given team.

Q: Who administers the "Eye Test"?

A: The "Eye Test" can be administered by anyone holding a valid and certified SEC bias, but is best applied by "experts" meeting the aforementioned criteria and employed by ESecPN or elected to the CFP Selection Committee.

Q: How can I become a certified "Eye Test" administrator?

A: First you must pledge allegiance to the SEC, or "South Eastern Cheats" conference. Second, you must have attended, played for, or be a fan of any of the below mentioned schools:

Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina*, Tennessee, Texas A&M, or Vanderbilt.

*application for admission to SEC pending (since 1992)

Q: How can I apply the "Eye Test", once certified?

A: Any certified "Eye Test" administrator may apply the "Eye Test" when necessary, but must apply in the following instances:

-When SEC school of choice is being compared to any non-SEC school
-When SEC school of choice is being considered for ranking of any kind
-When SEC school of choice is being beaten soundly by any other SEC school, or has been beaten by any other SEC school.
-When confronted by fans of other conferences, schools, or regions of the United States.
-Any time a certified administrator feels inferior and must win argument against above mentioned fans.

For more information concerning the "Eye Test" or the CFP Selection process, please refer to the SEC's official website at www.espn.com.

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