SEC homer Clay Travis is never afraid to troll the B1G.

Apparently he can’t tweet about an NBA Finals game without doing so.

After the Cleveland Cavaliers fell to 2-0 in the NBA Finals after a 33-point loss, Travis took to Twitter not only to proclaim that the series was over, but that the Cavs were like the B1G. And not in a good way, of course:

Besides comparing the NBA to college football — an apples to orange concept in itself — there are several things wrong with Travis’ trolling comparison. Let’s start with the obvious.

In case Travis forgot, it was Ohio State that won the first annual College Football Playoff National Championship in 2015. And the Buckeyes steamrolled Alabama to get there.

But in Travis’ defense, he declared the Buckeyes dead in AUGUST — before the season even started — so he might not have caught the title game:

So there’s that.

There’s also the fact that Ohio State alone has more titles in the last 14 years than the entire Pac-10/Pac-12. But for whatever reason, Travis deems it necessary to attack the B1G, and not the conference that was left out of the College Football Playoff. Never mind the fact that the Big 12 hasn’t won a national title in 11 years.

And Travis claimed that the B1G was outclassed?

Right, because the first thing that comes to mind with B1G schools is all of the negative, off-the-field attention its programs bring. Actually, that’s more appropriate for schools like Baylor, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee and hey, even almighty Alabama had to fire an assistant because of recruiting violations.

But sure. Let’s get throw in an off-handed remark about “class.”

If Travis had simply called the B1G “title frauds,” that would’ve been one thing. Before the 2014-15 season, he could’ve gotten away with that without much of an argument. But saying the conference that owns the second-most recent national title is an “outclassed title fraud” makes little sense at all.

It makes perfect sense that Travis would try and create something out of nothing.