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Just sayin. Two weeks in a row, taking it to the Pac 10 elite.

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they are legit - Tobey Gerhart is a freaking beast and Andrew Luck, the redshirt soph is one of the the best and most talented QB's in the country

 

The Pac 10 is stacked with QB talent - it is phenomenal

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anytime USC gets beat it is a great day!! So if we had a playoff, who is the last tean in? LSU / USC or are they both on the outside looking in?

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anytime USC gets beat it is a great day!! So if we had a playoff, who is the last tean in? LSU / USC or are they both on the outside looking in?

 

Both on the outside lookin in! It looks like Pete hasn't been able to overcome the loss of his 2 top coordinators to UW.

 

And yes, the Cardinals are a great team. IMO, their OL and DL are as good as any team in the country.

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Both on the outside lookin in! It looks like Pete hasn't been able to overcome the loss of his 2 top coordinators to UW.

 

And yes, the Cardinals are a great team. IMO, their OL and DL are as good as any team in the country.

 

On another thread about wins against top 10 / 30 Sagarins rankings I saw Stanford at like 17 and was very close to posting about how that could not be correct.....looks like I was right, 17 was too low!

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anytime USC gets beat it is a great day!! So if we had a playoff, who is the last tean in? LSU / USC or are they both on the outside looking in?

What? If the playoffs were held today and even in an eight team playoff LSU gets in. :wacko:

 

BCS Rankings - Nov. 15, 2009

 

1 Florida .9833 1 1 2793 .9800 1 1460 .9898 1 25 24 24 24 25 25 .980

2 Alabama .9521 2 3 2694 .9453 3 1388 .9410 2 24 25 25 25 23 23 .970

3 Texas .9261 3 2 2711 .9512 2 1397 .9471 4 23 23 23 21 21 21 .880

4 TCU .8685 4 4 2479 .8698 4 1277 .8658 5 21 22 21 22 22 22 .870

5 Cincinnati .8536 5 5 2349 .8242 5 1219 .8264 3 22 21 22 23 24 24 .910

6 Boise State .7950 6 6 2317 .8130 6 1183 .8020 7 20 20 19 19 18 19 .770

7 Georgia Tech .7716 7 7 2168 .7607 7 1127 .7641 6 19 19 20 20 20 20 .790

8 LSU .6648 8 10 1813 .6361 10 956 .6481 8 18 18 14 17 19 18 .710

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I loved Harbaugh tacking on the 2-pt conversion late up 4 touchdowns. :wacko:

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What? If the playoffs were held today and even in an eight team playoff LSU gets in. :wacko:

 

BCS Rankings - Nov. 15, 2009

 

1 Florida .9833 1 1 2793 .9800 1 1460 .9898 1 25 24 24 24 25 25 .980

2 Alabama .9521 2 3 2694 .9453 3 1388 .9410 2 24 25 25 25 23 23 .970

3 Texas .9261 3 2 2711 .9512 2 1397 .9471 4 23 23 23 21 21 21 .880

4 TCU .8685 4 4 2479 .8698 4 1277 .8658 5 21 22 21 22 22 22 .870

5 Cincinnati .8536 5 5 2349 .8242 5 1219 .8264 3 22 21 22 23 24 24 .910

6 Boise State .7950 6 6 2317 .8130 6 1183 .8020 7 20 20 19 19 18 19 .770

7 Georgia Tech .7716 7 7 2168 .7607 7 1127 .7641 6 19 19 20 20 20 20 .790

8 LSU .6648 8 10 1813 .6361 10 956 .6481 8 18 18 14 17 19 18 .710

 

That is on the assumption that not one team from the Pac 10 gets in.......so you are saying USC is the last one out? Or are you saying that the Pac 10 is THAT bad they do not deserve a team in the playoff and the SEC gets 3?

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That is on the assumption that not one team from the Pac 10 gets in.......so you are saying USC is the last one out? Or are you saying that the Pac 10 is THAT bad they do not deserve a team in the playoff and the SEC gets 3?

 

Oregon WILL win out and end up in top 6-10 IMO, but if the season ended today the Pac 10 would be on the outside looking in.

 

bad? with their round robin scheduling and strong nc games - the Pac 10 is out of national championship contention but it is the strongest overall conference in the country.

 

after watching FLA last week I really was not that impressed, the SEC is way down IMO and there is no way FLA or Bama would have come thru a full Pac 10 slate unbeaten - too many quality teams, with 5 in the BCS top 25

 

carry on

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Oregon WILL win out and end up in top 6-10 IMO, but if the season ended today the Pac 10 would be on the outside looking in.

 

bad? with their round robin scheduling and strong nc games - the Pac 10 is out of national championship contention but it is the strongest overall conference in the country.

 

after watching FLA last week I really was not that impressed, the SEC is way down IMO and there is no way FLA or Bama would have come thru a full Pac 10 slate unbeaten - too many quality teams, with 5 in the BCS top 25

 

carry on

 

My point is since we are all only dreaming about a "playoff" anyway, and do not know how the teams would be selected, Rocker's theory of the top 8 in the BSC WOULD make it, means the Pac 10 gets stoned, however, would that be the best way to select the 8 teams, if the Pac 10 is the best conf and does not get at least one team in, not sure if that would be the best way to get to the 8 teams.

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My point is since we are all only dreaming about a "playoff" anyway, and do not know how the teams would be selected, Rocker's theory of the top 8 in the BSC WOULD make it, means the Pac 10 gets stoned, however, would that be the best way to select the 8 teams, if the Pac 10 is the best conf and does not get at least one team in, not sure if that would be the best way to get to the 8 teams.

 

gotya - well, if they were going to do a playoff, I would be fine with the top 8 in the BCS - although we see how flawed this with LSU sitting at #8 as of today

 

another option would be to go with the champs from 6 major conference and 2 at large teams which would probably be:

 

FLA

Texas

G Tech

Cincy

Oregon

Ohio St.

 

Bama, TCU

 

Boise followed by GT would be getting the shaft in that scenario

 

any

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You would have to take the champions from the major conferences as automatic bids. The BCS could be used to pick any at large teams.

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You would have to take the champions from the major conferences as automatic bids. The BCS could be used to pick any at large teams.

Exactly. The lack of credible comparisons due to the fact that the best from each conference rarely play each other throughout the season makes it imperative that winning a major conference gets you an automatic bid.

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