In the ongoing effort to avoid the jinx, let's just pretend that this is a totally hypothetical situation, okay?
Let's say you had your alma mater blazing the college football scene. They're legitimate favorites to win the title this year, and they've passed every test thrown at them this year.
Let's also say that the professional team you follow has spit the bit and is dangerously close to sucking all of the life from its fan base. A fan base, no less, that is threatening mutiny against the coach.
Let's also say, the two are directly related.
Which would you rather have? A National Championship for your alma mater, or a Super Bowl for your professional team.
The college window is extremely small. Given the turnover of
The professional window is only slightly larger. Free agency has let to a turnover rate of players in the blink of a contract. Games can be lost, as the season allows for recovery, but playoffs are playoffs are playoffs and a single bad game can ruin the fun. The team is at the mercy of it's own set of egos and general jack-assery.
So, sexy reader, which would you rather have for yourself?
Again...this is totally hypothetical...it's not like anyone writing on this site has this situation currently presented to them. Nope, not a single one.