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It's what I am hearing..
Surprised Oregon fell to #5, figured they were going to be #4. Can't believe FSU is still getting zero love.
When are they officially released?
So if ND loses to USC, it's another SEC MNC game?
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close gap between 4 and 5. Will still need a USC win, and most likely a FSU win over UF to get to the mnc game.
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Florida is going to be a 7-10 point underdog I think. So the likelihood of an all sec title game is small.
now that would be funny
yes to 1
yes to 2
probable to 3, but not certain.
Currently UF is 2 in the computers and Oregon is 7. Oregon is going to close a lot of distance in those computers. UF would most likely have to pick up some human votes to go ahead of Oregon. I believe Oregon can close more distance in the computers than UF can close in the human polls. Just by USC beating Notre Dame, that is going to give a small bump across the board to the PAC-12, which will boost Oregon up.
A Notre Dame loss and a Florida win is the best scenario for chaos.
I idea that I may have to root for Lane Kiffin is too much to handle.
I am trying to bite my tongue till after Saturday but I will say this: Florida being #4 and USCe being up there still is a joke show. I think both fanbases will agree in part as well. Florida is hanging on for their life right now and USCe is one of the more beatable teams in America right now amongst top 30-40 programs. FSU would kick South Carolina's ass right now.
Since I think Bama beats Georgia and FSU beats Florida comfortably, the question mark game for Oregon is USC-ND. Oregon's only loss is to #8 in the BCS right now in OT, and with FSU all the way at 10 it would be difficult for them even with a win over the Gators. Every one else except Bama would be taken out, setting up Bama-Oregon.
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umm, all Oregon needs is for USC to beat Notre Dame and FSU to beat UF and they are in. They could get in even without UF beating FSU, but it would be very close.
No that's actually a plausible scenario that's been talked about a few times on BCS shows. Stanford is #8 in the BCS right now.
Current BCS: 1. Notre Dame 2. Alabama 3. Georgia 4. Fla 5. Oregon 6. Kansas St 7. LSU 8. Stan 9. Texas A&M 10. Florida St.
Based on current BCS standings, and the scenario I mentioned who else is going to get in? Georgia loses their out, Florida loses their out, FSU is too far back to make up ground, Kansas St.s loss to Baylor took away their shot. Voters aren't going to put Bama-LSU in the NC again. If USC beats ND, who else is there then Oregon? (Barkley being out REALLY doesn't help)
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