SEC Embarrasses Itself By Wanting to Collab With Singer Walker Hayes
While the SEC is widely regarded as the best conference in college football, many times they are behind some of the most embarrassing stories in college athletics.
Keep in mind, this is the same conference that has fans chanting the letters S-E-C during football games. Of course, I never hear teams like Alabama or Georgia chanting that because they carry the conference. It seems like it’s always the lesser teams in the conference but that’s another story for a different day.
However, this time it wasn’t a crazy sec fan making headlines. It was straight out of Birmingham, Alabama from the SEC Conference itself. On Friday, pop singer Walker Hayes (sorry he’s not country) released a song called “Y’all Life”. The SEC conference twitter account tweeted at Walker talking about a potential collaboration.
And then then Twitter lost its mind over this as you can see in some of the replies below.
It didn’t take long for me to realize just how bad Walker’s song is. I still cringe to this day when I head his most popular song called “Fancy Like”, but this is just as bad for me. In fact, I won’t even recognize it was a country song, but that is an entirely different rant I could go on.
My thought was why would the SEC want this to be tied to this song… or any Walker Hayes song for that matter? Due to the backlash from people on Twitter, the SEC twitter account actually deleted the post, but thanks to the power of the internet and screenshots, it lives forever.
Hey Texas and Oklahoma, are you sure you want to be a part the SEC?