The B1G and SEC are constantly going back and forth on which conference is stronger when it comes to football. It’s become a talking point every postseason for several years now.

ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt is tired of it. On both sides.

On New Year’s Day, there were two B1G-SEC matchups, with No. 18 Minnesota defeating No. 12 Auburn in the Outback Bowl and No. 13 Alabama downing No. 14 Michigan in the Citrus Bowl. When the day came to a close, the conferences split the games 1-1.

While the two games were incredibly entertaining, Van Pelt feels like both fans and media take the results too far out of context, and it’s become an “insufferable” aspect of the college football season. He ranted about it during SportsCenter. Below is the clip:

He’s got a point, but it’s probably not going to change the way those head-to-head games between the B1G and SEC are viewed.

There will be one more B1G-SEC showdown during bowl season, as Indiana and Tennessee go head to head on Thursday night in the Gator Bowl. Regardless of who wins, you can bet SVP doesn’t want to hear any of the conference bickering at the end of the contest.