Hoke: SEC Isn't the Only Elite League, Says Big Ten Is 'Awfully Good'

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Hoke: SEC Isn't the Only Elite League, Says Big Ten Is 'Awfully Good'
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Every big name coach in college football is asked about whether the SEC is as good as its perceived. Bob Stoops chimed in first and said the SEC is nothing but a house of cards built on propaganda, and Charlie Weis had his back at Kansas. FSU's Jimbo Fisher was also asked to chime in on the 'SEC brainwashing', and he said perception is a huge part of it, but that the ACC also puts players in the NFL, too. Now, it's someone's turn from the Big Ten not named Urban Meyer. Michigan head coach Brady Hoke has SEC fatigue and wants to rid the assumption that the SEC is the only conference that matters in college football.

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