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If...say KSU loses, Oregon slips up, and USC beats ND, would L'ville have a chance? Hear me out...
They are sitting in the top 10 right now
1. Bama wins out, takes care of UGA
2. KSU- Klein may be out this week, even if he isn't I could see them losing to Texas
3. Oregon has 3 toughs games left...they are far from a shoe-in
4. ND- could see them losing to USCw
5. UGA - see Bama
6. UF- loses to FSU, either way already has a loss
7. LSU - 2 losses, I think 12-0 L'ville would jump them
8. USCe...really perplexed as to why there are here, but whatever. Same thing as LSU, I think an undefeated team would jump them
So that would leave 12-0 L'ville and 12-1 FSU. Does FSU have a claim to the title, other than the eye test??
Pretty far fetched, but I'm tired of reading about politics, and it's November so title talk has to commence
Somebody's gotta bite....c'mon fellas
The thing I am also wondering is what happens when one of the four undefeated teams lose? Should they drop below LSU and USCe?
It really is an odd situation with multiple two loss teams ahead of one loss and undefeated BCS teams in November
Oregon & K-State no
Notre Dame maybe
FSU SOS is 100+. That's why they are ranked there.
I completely agree...but the BCS has surprised me before, and human voters who don't actually watch their games might see a shiny record and think, "hey, I should put them ahead of a 2-loss team"
Hopefully 2 of the 4 undefeateds win out and it all works out
FSU flies up the ranks if they beat UF.
no chance for Louisville, as it should be.
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Because of their schedule or because they're Louisville?
Schedule, and in the manner that they have gotten through it. If they played a terrible schedule, but ass hammered everyone they played, then they would have a much better case.
good question. I say both
and also they don't have that one win that is quality, like Boise and TCU used to have as their argument for shot at the title. However, if the pieces fall the right way, you never know
I just don't see any realistic way that Louisville gets in. A 2 loss LSU is already ahead of them, and there is nothing on Ville's schedule that could vault them over them. A 1 loss Oregon or Kansas St still stays above Louisville, winner of Florida v Florida St is above, a 1 loss Bama will stay ahead. There really is no scenario in the realm of realism that gets Louisville in the mnc game.
Louisville needs to go undefeated this season, win the Orange Bowl vs Florida St, then run the table next year for any real and serious consideration for a national title game.
I don't care who Bama beats!
Would love to see Notre Dame........or for ND, Oregon, and Kansas St lose......and for Florida to beat FSU just to see the worldwide meltdown over Alabama vs Florida for the BCSCG.
The Noles schedule is just too weak. They would have to jump LSU in the computers by pounding UF. If all those teams lose in that scenario, LSU will continue to move up in the computers and polls as well.
In the end, Oregon would still get in as a one loss team before FSU.
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