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Compare Fake Ultimate Hero , where most people seem to realize they are not that great, and Small Name, Big Ego , when it's the person himself who has a bloated self-esteem. This is different from Informed Ability in that the person might have the skills and you have seen them, but they are not able to finish the job with them. May be the result of Always Second Best. A villain who regularly faces a Boring Invincible Hero is likely to be this.

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This year, Arizona was supposed to make the Elite Eight. Instead, once again, they turned out to be the Tournament's Peyton Manning. What do you mean? Well, you know how, every year, Arizona comes in with impressive stats and all the hype, and, every year, they..

But why is that a Peyton Manning? You know that expression. When someone has this great reputation, but you always wonder why, because, when it really counts, they can't deliver? I don't get it! I think you're missing the point! Uh — basically, the point is: He's a perennial crowd and statistical favorite through his career even into his early 50s , but he's never won a Cup Series championship nor a Daytona ; many fans think he's been ripped off of at least one of each the best known of each being the dastardly point penalty that wasn't his fault and cost him a championship to Dale Earnhardt in , and the infamous finish of the Daytona regarding NASCAR allowing him and race winner Kevin Harvick to fight to the checkers while a last-lap Big One occurred behind them in a situation where NASCAR would throw the caution flag in other scenarios; it has been debated that Martin was ahead of Harvick when the crash happened.

Before the title got passed over to Martin, Dale Earnhardt Sr. And, in a tragic note, his final race happened to be the Daytona Earnhardt's not alone here: In addition to Martin and Earnhardt, Tony Stewart has three Sprint Cup championships and won 48 races, but he has been shutout in the Daytona every time it looks like he has a shot. In , he led 98 laps, or almost half of the race, but Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Ironically, Newman would join Stewart's new team in Can easily be said about Dale Earnhardt, Jr. A concussion that put him out for two races after Talladega made the last part of the season mediocre for him. He then broke a 55 race winless streak by winning the Daytona again in , and then proceeded to sweep both Pocono races. Carl Edwards has the misfortune to be one of the best non-Hendrick drivers in an era dominated by Hendrick drivers the most heartbreaking example being losing in to the Hendrick-affiliated Tony Stewart in a tiebreaker, he led by three points going into the race - however, the fact that Stewart had more wins than Edwards contributed; for the record, every championship from was won by Chevrolet - two with Stewart and five with Jimmie Johnson.

Likely, if Edwards had been able to pass Regan Smith at Darlington in the spring on the last restart, he would have won the championship. In the Aaron's , where approaching the finish line, Edwards spun backwards after contact from Brad Keselowski, causing Edwards to go airborne, and bounce off Ryan Newman's hood into the catch fence.

Kyle Busch was long notorious for flaming out once the Chase begins, no matter how well he does in the regular season. The most dramatic example of this is , where he won eight regular season races and led by over points just before the Chase reset - then crapped out immediately after, failing to win a single Chase race on his way to a 10th place finish out of 12 Chasers.

Then he went out and finally won the title in despite missing the first eleven races. Every driver who finished runner up to Jimmie Johnson during his streak of five consecutive championships from to was subjected to this trope. Carl Edwards is the defining example of this, as part of his larger tendency to fizzle out. After finishing third on a tiebreaker in same points as Greg Biffle, but Biffle won six times to Edwards' four , he ultimately missed the Chase and wouldn't win another race until In , he won nine times but finished second to Jimmie Johnson after Johnson basically blew away the other Chasers, with even Edwards' three wins in the last four races not being enough to overcome Johnson's lead.

He then limped into the Chase and again went nearly two years without a win. For that matter, Biffle also missed the Chase, and even defending champion Tony Stewart couldn't manage to back up his regular season performance well enough to get in - although he ended up winning three Chase races anyway.

Initially, it looked like runner-up Clint Bowyer was going to avert this for , as he was second in points for a big chunk of the regular season. However, his central role in Spingate and the subsequent media hounding got him out of sorts enough that his driving suffered in the Chase - although he got six top tens in the Chase, only two of those third at Martinsville, fifth at Homestead were better than ninth, and that was enough to keep him from seriously contending for the Cup, ultimately finishing seventh.

It also didn't help that, much like Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon and all three of Carl Edwards' letdown seasons before him, he failed to win a single race. Also an inversion with the runners-up. Brad Keselowski won five races in to win the championship title, while Jimmie Johnson finished third in the final points. In , Johnson won the Daytona and five more races, led the points for 28 of 36 weeks, and won his sixth championship title.

Keselowski, on the other hand, struggled greatly, and ultimately missed the Chase. His only win of was playing "spoiler" at Charlotte in October. Matt Kenseth in once again played it straight: However, as a result of the new Chase elimination format, he advanced farther than Johnson, who had three wins prior to the Chase plus one more after his elimination, but didn't advance past the Contender Round due to crashes and poor finishes at Kansas and Talladega.

Nonetheless, though, Kenseth was eliminated in the Eliminator Round. Ryan Newman scored no wins and was fairly pedestrian in the regular season, but made it into the Chase on points and from there ran the gauntlet before finishing second behind Kevin Harvick in the Championship race at Homestead-Miami. In he still had no wins but once again made the Chase on points - only to be bounced from championship contention after the Contender Round, and eventually fell short of the top ten in points.

He's still one of the fastest drivers in the grid, but he couldn't find the same level of consistency that he have in or to allow him to make it to the Championship race at Homestead. Logano would ultimately finish the season as the best of the rest among those that failed to make the playoffs. Jamie McMurray first raced in the Sprint Cup Series in , turned full time in , and has a trophy collection many stock car drivers would envy: He has five top 15 points finishes, but has never cracked the top But in , he still only finished 13th in points.

No winless drought in auto racing might be better documented than the entire Andretti family at the Indianapolis Sure, Mario won the race in , two years after winning the Daytona even that is part of the "curse", as Mario is one of the top Indy Car drivers ever, and most of the rest have 2, 3, or even 4 wins at Indianapolis , but in the 40 years since then, nobody from the clan has won it as a driver, often having it snatched away in bizarre and mind-numbing scenarios, such as Danny Sullivan's spin and win over Mario in '85, mechanical problems in '87, Michael's own problems in '92 he led of laps , and Marco losing it to Sam Hornish, Jr.

Roger Penske's whole team suffered this once the reunification happened in Finally broken in with a Power championship, but Castroneves was still runner-up in his own right.

Castroneves' loss in was especially painful, when having held nearly a one-race lead on Scott Dixon with three races to go, Castroneves suffered gearbox issues in both legs of the Houston doubleheader, while Dixon finished 1st and 2nd to take a lead he wouldn't relinquish at Fontana.

Incidentally, Penske's NASCAR teams also had trouble winning both the championship and the Daytona for much of their early existence, despite fielding former champions Rusty Wallace and Kurt Busch in the flagship 2 car.

Busch himself is widely considered the best restrictor plate racer to have never actually won a restrictor plate race at Daytona or Talladega , although at least one of his close calls came because he was helping Penske's second team, the 12 of Ryan Newman, break through to win the Daytona Later, they'd shed the championship curse after Brad Keselowski was put in the 2, with Bad Brad winning the Sprint Cup in , and then scored another Daytona in with the second car, now numbered 22 and driven by Joey Logano.

This trope is also pretty common amongst the Formula One. Victories are largely determined by the quality of the car, the driver himself can only do so much. If his car is a driving wreck even the most skilled pilot will struggle to even secure some points, not even talking about winning a race here. As such most races are won by drivers from the top two or three teams, with the occasional underdog winning one every once in a while. German driver Nico Rosberg for example is considered an exceptionally good driver with lots of experience despite his young age, but he managed to secure his first win after competing in over races, despite everyone expecting him to be able to this much earlier.

Heck, it took Jenson Button tries to win his first race, and even that was a fluke. It was unknown whether he'd even win again, especially after his team the aforementioned Honda becoming backmarkers. It can be argued that his career was saved when Ross Brawn bought the Honda cars after they withdrew from the sport.

Jenson and the newly-renamed Brawn GP dominated the first half of the season, and while he didn't win again that year, he finally won his first title, a whole 9 years after receiving all the hype in the world. Honda had great success as an engine manufacturer to McLaren and others but the Honda factory team only has three wins one each in , and The Toyota F1 team raced from to in F1 and won nothing despite their huge budget.

Toyota has tried the Le Mans 24 Hours several times in different decades and has never cracked the top step of the podium, with probably the most heartbreaking loss occurring in when, with three minutes to go, the Toyota leading the race basically died due to a hose coming loose from the turbo, letting Porsche take the win.

Nissan tried Le Mans but also never won it. The University of Michigan football team was well known for most of the '00s to have an exceptional season, and then lose both The Game versus Ohio State the biggest rivalry in college football and their Bowl game. The worst was in , when Michigan went into The Game after a perfect season ranked 2 to OSU's 1 and suffered a heartbreaking loss, and then proceeded to go to the Rose Bowl and get thoroughly thrashed by the University of Southern California after getting denied a shot at a rematch in the BCS National Championship game.

Their only consolation was that OSU was itself thrashed even worse by Florida in the title game. Making this a real Kick the Dog moment was that just the day prior to the now-famous edition of The Game, legendary Michigan coach and former Ohio State assistant Bo Schembechler died. Schembechler himself also seemed to embody this trope. Some times the roles were reversed. In fact, ever since the "Ten Year War" the period from when Woody Hayes and Bo Shembechler coached against one another , Michigan and Ohio State have alternated between periods of potentially great seasons ruined by losing to the other school.

It started with Michigan's win in '69 against an OSU team that many though was the greatest college football team ever. After that, the only regular season games Michigan lost from were to the Buckeyes. The Wolverines rebounded by winning the last three games of the Ten Year War. The John Cooper years were especially frustrating for Ohio State, as the Buckeyes went against the Wolverines; the biggest loss there was probably , when a loss to Michigan cost OSU the Big Ten championship, allowing Northwestern to go to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 46 years.

Ohio State is a perennial powerhouse and generally acknowledged by everybody except Michigan fans as the top team in the Big The losing streak against the SEC includes two years in a row in which a 1 ranked Ohio State met an SEC team in the national championship game, and proceeded to lose in embarrassing fashion once to Florida and once to LSU.

The losing streak was finally broken in the Sugar Bowl when the Buckeyes beat 1 ranked Alabama While we're still on the subject of Big Ten teams, let's not forget Michigan State.

Often times they would always get off to a flying start only to end with late season collapses and embarrassing losses, leading to the nickname "Same Old State". Then came the Capital One Bowl against Alabama, which was a loss deemed so bad by many Alabama won In turn, the team lost the credibility they built up that year, as people just chalked up the loss to Michigan State "holding their illusion up longer than usual".

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