SEC Football

To the eyes of a northern college football fan, the Southeastern Conference can look a little like Latin American club soccer. Hordes of deranged fans howling prelinguistically while pressed against chain-link fences. Throbbing arenas stacked with grandstands that lift their drunken hordes high up into humid skies. A sense of retribution that’s vendetta-grade. The homemade weapons. A pool of fearsome athletes groomed since birth in ramshackle muckland favelas to perform weirdly specialized physical acts at high speed. Mysterious guilds that underwrite the whole thing with funds it’s not easy to determine the origins of. Murder.

Scott Eden


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