clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Biggest Quack: Championship Round

We are down to the final two.

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

We did it. We are finally here to the championship round and the last voting to decide who is going to be the first annual Biggest Quack, and we have two heavyweights going head to head for that great honor of being disliked the most this year by you, the Oregon fans. I was slightly saddened that there were no upsets in the rounds leading up to this, but alas, it is not up to me to decide and control, but you, the Webfeet.

Florida State Fanbase

The Florida State Fanbase has been the #1 overall seed in this tournament, and have won their match-ups by an average of 73%, blowing out College Football Final by racking up 80% of the votes.

Lets take a quick look at their rap sheet again:

-Obnoxious? Check.

-Blamed the media, saying "The media is out to get James"....despite video and eye witness evidence.

-Paranoid beyond reason...much like their head coach.

Squaring off against,

University of Washington

Coming in hot on the heels of the FSU Fanbase at the #2 seed, the University of Washington is a heavyweight challenger to the FSU Fanbase in their own right. They have a respectable margin of victory averaging at 61%, with their most recent victory coming in the semifinal against QB's that are 6'5" and 250+, beating them by 66%.

In case you forgot why they were the #2 seed.....

-1948 Rose Bowl Vote: In 1948, there was a tie in the conference between California and Oregon for a chance to go to the Rose Bowl. The conference decided to put it to a vote. Everyone assumed the California schools would vote for Cal, while the Northwest schools vote for Oregon. While most of that held true, there was one school in the Northwest who voted for Cal, sending them to the Rose Bowl over Oregon. Any guess who?

-2003: Husky players have 30 minute celebration after they beat the Ducks 42-14 in Autzen.

-2010 Woodward Comments: " It's an embarrassment what their academic institution is, and what's happened to them as far as their state funding has gone," said Woodward. "In my mind, it's a wonderful athletic facility, but they've watched it at the expense of the university go really down. "...Any of the rankings you look at, you watch how far (the Ducks have) dropped because of their state funding.