0-0.What a beautiful record. In my book, when the clock on the academic year strikes zero, so does the shelf life of your college football team's record from the year before. Come week of Memorial Day, whether your team went to the SEC Championship game or their grandma's house for bowl season, the heavy albatross of the previous season is lifted and the record rewinds to 0-0.It's really a wonderful feeling.I believe there is one exception to this rule, however. The SEC Champion from the year before should be entitled to carry on their sense of high-fallutin' entitlement until they lose an SEC game. Also an exception should be made for South Carolina, whose fans revert to a "0-0" attitude each year about one hour after they get beat by Georgia. If they gave an award for preseason...

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