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ND was the highest-ranked BCS team to win, so they will be #1.

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damn that Tressel guy !! Urban would have us back in the NC game without the sanction

 

 

Its just a glorified beauty contest ... not a national championship.

 

Pulling for USC to beat Notre Dame and really throw the BCS into a tizzy.

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Its just a glorified beauty contest ... not a national championship.

 

Pulling for USC to beat Notre Dame and really throw the BCS into a tizzy.

 

Meh, pretty sure that would just put oregon in with the sec champ, unless of course oregon lost again. Then it could get crazy, maybe give fsu a shot?

 

Though i guess if fsu beats florida, that could jump them up, or I guess the other way around for florida, but i know they dont like to take teams who dont play on their championships, even though some co.ferences dont even play one.

 

All the more reason i cant wait for a playoff.

Edited by delusions of grandeur

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damn that Tressel guy !! Urban would have us back in the NC game without the sanction

 

It is amazing how well the national media is completely ignoring OSU because of all this. Like they don't exist. Hell, even the AP poll, that has nothing to do with the BCS and is therefor allowed to vote for whomever they want, has them at 4 right now.

 

I realize the Big 10 is off (again), but I can't recall there ever being a time when an undefeated OSU team would be ranked behind any 1-loss teams at this point in the season.

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