You guys are officially insane. I will pray for yall.
This may be as good a place as any to drop this. This mindset may just very well be cultural, or even just personal.
I happen to abhor cheating. As a former athlete, the idea of cheating always pissed me off. After all, the goal of the contest to is to prove that you can win a straight up contest. If you win, but did so by cheating, then you know inside you didn't actually win. It's hollow.
It's why I hate the thought of recruiting scandals, or boosters doing things to circumvent the rules in order to cheat. This is not a defense of the rules...just an acknowledgment that breaking them to gain an advantage when others may not be makes you a cheater, and your wins hollow. Same would go for being aided either by outright fraud or by simple bias. If I knew my team was being aided, I'd want it to stop. I'd want the wins to mean something and if I thought we weren't winning them honestly they wouldn't be as sweet.
BAMA doesn't need help. They are historically the most dominant program in our league and one of the top in the nation. And yet, this is the same fan base that will look you right in the eyes and claim national titles they know didn't happen...for what? Claiming the acknowledged ones STILL gives you more, but that's not enough.
So it's not surprising to see a BAMA fan feign disbelief that others would point and ask if BAMA's huge (and well documented) influence within the SEC offices has anything to do with the disparity seen in tens years worth of penalty stats. How crass to even ask such a question, right?
In the mean time, I'm assuming you wouldn't have any objections to firing everyone in the SEC offices and moving the entire operation to say...New Orleans? I'm sure there are imminently qualified people residing there, and I promise not biased in the least.