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darnik44two
11-11-2007, 11:59 AM
BCS Title Game

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Orange Bowl

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Sugar Bowl

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Fiesta Bowl

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Rose Bowl

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Capital One Bowl

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Gator Bowl

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Cotton Bowl

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Outback Bowl

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International Bowl

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Insight Bowl

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Chick-fil-A

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Sun Bowl

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Music City Bowl

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Humanitarian Bowl

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Armed Forces Bowl

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Independence Bowl

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Alamo Bowl

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2007-2008 College Football Bowl Schedule

Bowl Game Date/Time (ET) Site Matchup Network
Poinsettia Dec. 20/9 p.m. San Diego Mountain West vs. Navy/At-Large ESPN
New Orleans Dec. 21/8 p.m. New Orleans Sun Belt Champ vs. C-USA ESPN2
PapaJohn's.com Dec. 22/11 a.m. Birmingham, Ala. Big East vs. C-USA ESPN2
New Mexico Dec. 22/4:30 p.m. Albuquerque, N.M. Mountain West vs. WAC ESPN
Las Vegas Dec. 22/8 p.m. Las Vegas Mountain West vs. Pac-10 ESPN
Hawaii Dec. 23/8 p.m. Honolulu C-USA vs. WAC ESPN
Motor City Dec. 26/7:30 p.m. Detroit Big Ten vs. MAC ESPN
Holiday Dec. 27/8 p.m. San Diego Big 12 vs. Pac-10 ESPN
Texas Dec. 28/8 p.m. Houston Big 12 vs. C-USA NFL
Champs Sports Dec. 28/5 p.m. Orlando, Fla. ACC vs. Big Ten ESPN
Emerald Dec. 28/8:30 p.m. San Francisco ACC vs. Pac-10 ESPN
Meinke Car Care Dec. 29/11 a.m. Charlotte, N.C. ACC vs. Big East ESPN
Liberty Dec. 29/4:30 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. C-USA vs. SEC ESPN
Alamo Dec. 29/8 p.m. San Antonio Big Ten vs. Big 12 ESPN
Independence Dec. 30/8 p.m. Shreveport Big 12 vs. SEC ESPN
Armed Forces Dec. 31/10:30 a.m. Fort Worth, Texas Mountain West vs. Pac-10 ESPN
Sun Dec. 31/2 p.m. El Paso, Texas Big 12/Big East/N. Dame vs. Pac-10 CBS
Humanitarian Dec. 31/2 p.m. Boise, Idaho ACC vs. WAC ESPN2
Music City Dec. 31/4 p.m. Nashville, Tenn. ACC vs. SEC ESPN
Chick-fil-A Dec. 31/7:30 p.m. Atlanta ACC vs. SEC ESPN
Insight Dec. 31/TBA Tempe, Ariz. Big Ten vs. Big 12 NFL
Outback Jan. 1/11 a.m. Tampa, Fla. Big Ten vs. SEC ESPN
Cotton Jan. 1/11:30 a.m. Dallas Big 12 vs. SEC FOX
Gator Jan. 1/11 a.m. Jacksonville, Fla. ACC vs. Big 12/Big East/N. Dame CBS
Capital One Jan. 1/11 a.m. Orlando, Fla. Big Ten vs. SEC ABC
Rose Jan. 1/4:30 p.m. Pasadena, Calif. *BCS vs. BCS ABC
Sugar Jan. 1/8:30 p.m. New Orleans *BCS vs. BCS FOX
Fiesta Jan. 2/8 p.m. Phoenix *BCS vs. BCS FOX
Orange Jan. 3/8 p.m. Miami *BCS vs. BCS FOX
International Jan. 5/10 a.m. Toronto Big East/Notre Dame vs. MAC ESPN2
GMAC Jan. 6/8 p.m. Mobile, Ala. C-USA vs. MAC ESPN
BCS Title Jan. 7/8 p.m. New Orleans *BCS #1 vs. BCS #2 FOX

bearsfan_51
11-11-2007, 12:05 PM
The BCS doesn't work how you have it. The winner of the Big Ten is an automatic lock for the Rose Bowl unless they are in the NC game. Thus Ohio State would be in the Rose Bowl.

Rose Bowl - Big Ten vs. Pac-10.
Fiesta Bowl - Big 12.
Orange Bowl - ACC.
Sugar Bowl - SEC.

darnik44two
11-11-2007, 12:07 PM
The BCS doesn't work how you have it. The winner of the Big Ten is an automatic lock for the Rose Bowl unless they are in the NC game. Thus Ohio State would be in the Rose Bowl.

Rose Bowl - Big Ten vs. Pac-10.
Fiesta Bowl - Big 12.
Orange Bowl - ACC.
Sugar Bowl - SEC.


I thought that was pre-BCS

bearsfan_51
11-11-2007, 12:30 PM
I thought that was pre-BCS
It still applies. The winners of said conferences are bound to those games unless they make the NC game, then they are abel to pick whoever they want.

The Rose Bowl will almost positively be:

Ohio State/Michigan vs. Oregon/Arizona State/USC

The only other real viable option is if Oklahoma loses the Big 12 championship game and they decide that would draw better ratings, but I doubt it.

bustabinary
11-11-2007, 12:53 PM
A BCS game between WVU and VT would be cool... a revival of a pretty strong rivalry.

Sniper
11-11-2007, 01:03 PM
Really don't wanna play Florida. Michigan's success against Spreads and mobile QBs is well-documented.

Shane P. Hallam
11-11-2007, 02:48 PM
Using the current rankings:

Nat. Champ:

LSU vs. Oregon

Rose Bowl:

Ohio State vs. Arizona State (pick #2)

Fiesta Bowl:
Oklahoma vs. Hawaii (pick #4)

Orange Bowl:
Virginia Tech vs. Georgia (pick #3)

Sugar Bowl:
West Virginia (pick #1) vs. Kansas (pick #5)



Only thing that caught me up was picking Georgia or Kansas for pick #3 at the Orange Bowl. I mean, Kansas or Oklahoma are getting knocked off in the Champ game, so someone else likely would be in there over Kansas anyways.

iowatreat54
11-11-2007, 02:53 PM
Fiesta Bowl:
Oklahoma vs. Hawaii (pick #4)

hmmm a replay of last year and then Colt Brennan on NCAA 09? damnit...

neko4
11-11-2007, 02:55 PM
If Colt is out, their season is over

TheMikey10
11-11-2007, 02:56 PM
OSU would be in the Rose, Hawaii in the Fiesta

the Fiesta takes the non-BCS team, and the Rose still gets the Big Ten champ

Sniper
11-11-2007, 02:56 PM
If Colt is out, their season is over

Pfftttttt yeah right. If Colt's out, plug another guy in and he's good to go.

neko4
11-11-2007, 02:58 PM
I dont think Graunke the backup can give them the win over Boise.
If they were going up against other teams in the WAC like LA Tech sure, but Boise and Washington will be a major challenge for a backup

Shane P. Hallam
11-11-2007, 02:58 PM
OSU would be in the Rose, Hawaii in the Fiesta

the Fiesta takes the non-BCS team, and the Rose still gets the Big Ten champ

Not true for the Fiesta. It all depends on number of picks. Each year, the two bowls losing their team to the Nat. Championship get picks 1 and 2, then the order is how I have it above. Fiesta can pick whoever they want. They were just near the end last year, that is why.

Shane P. Hallam
11-11-2007, 02:58 PM
OSU would be in the Rose, Hawaii in the Fiesta

the Fiesta takes the non-BCS team, and the Rose still gets the Big Ten champ

Not true for the Fiesta. It all depends on number of picks. Each year, the two bowls losing their team to the Nat. Championship get picks 1 and 2, then the order is how I have it above. Fiesta can pick whoever they want. They were just near the end last year, that is why.

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:02 PM
Pfftttttt yeah right. If Colt's out, plug another guy in and he's good to go.
you really think a system quarterback is just interchangable.
Colt has perfected the system so they are screwed if he is out.
but plug in boise state after they beat hawaii.

Sniper
11-11-2007, 03:05 PM
you really think a system quarterback is just interchangable.
Colt has perfected the system so they are screwed if he is out.
but plug in boise state after they beat hawaii.

Yes, that's why they're called system QBs. Texas Tech's offense has really taken a hit when they've had to change offenses right? Hawaii sucks now that Brennan took over for Timmy Chang, right?

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:08 PM
Yes, that's why they're called system QBs. Texas Tech's offense has really taken a hit when they've had to change offenses right? Hawaii sucks now that Brennan took over for Timmy Chang, right?
they were never in BCS contention with Timmy Chang

iowatreat54
11-11-2007, 03:09 PM
you really think a system quarterback is just interchangable.
Colt has perfected the system so they are screwed if he is out.
but plug in boise state after they beat hawaii.

IMO I highly doubt that the BCS will take Boise if they beat Hawaii...they would have to finish ahead of either LSU (SEC Champ), Oregon (Pac 10 Champ), Oklahoma/Kansas/Mizzou (Big12 Champ), VT (ACC Champ), WV (Big East Champ), or OSU (Big 10 Champ)...which there is prolly no way that is happening...the only way I see it is if VT loses the ACC champ game or Mich beats OSU for the Big Ten Champ

Sniper
11-11-2007, 03:10 PM
they were never in BCS contention with Timmy Chang

And they shouldn't be now either

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:13 PM
IMO I highly doubt that the BCS will take Boise if they beat Hawaii...they would have to finish ahead of either LSU (SEC Champ), Oregon (Pac 10 Champ), Oklahoma/Kansas/Mizzou (Big12 Champ), VT (ACC Champ), WV (Big East Champ), or OSU (Big 10 Champ)...which there is prolly no way that is happening...the only way I see it is if VT loses the ACC champ game or Mich beats OSU for the Big Ten Champ
They have to finish TOP 12, or TOP 16 and ahead of a Conference champion
And they shouldn't be now either
someone really hates hawaii. you just dont want Michigan to play them. Appalachian all over again. or Oregon. 10-0 really deserves at least a shot.

iowatreat54
11-11-2007, 03:15 PM
They have to finish TOP 12, or TOP 16 and ahead of a Conference champion

I understand, and if Boise beats Hawaii, they will not be top 12 IMO, and they won't be ahead of any of those teams I listed

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:18 PM
I understand, and if Boise beats Hawaii, they will not be top 12 IMO, and they won't be ahead of any of those teams I listed
Boise is at 17 right now, so 5 spots after beating a ranked team wouldnt be that big of a jump. especially if some crazy **** happens, which is almost guaranteed to happen. Michigan beats OSU and they will be ahead of Michigan

iowatreat54
11-11-2007, 03:21 PM
Boise is at 17 right now, so 5 spots after beating a ranked team wouldnt be that big of a jump. especially if some crazy **** happens, which is almost guaranteed to happen. Michigan beats OSU and they will be ahead of Michigan

Again, read what I said...

the only way I see it is if VT loses the ACC champ game or Mich beats OSU for the Big Ten Champ

I'm saying, if everyone wins what they are supposed to win, Boise will not make the BCS...Hawaii will prolly make it but there is no way that the BCS would take a 1 loss Boise team over a 1 or maybe even 2 loss BCS Conference team

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:24 PM
Again, read what I said...



I'm saying, if everyone wins what they are supposed to win, Boise will not make the BCS...Hawaii will prolly make it but there is no way that the BCS would take a 1 loss Boise team over a 1 or maybe even 2 loss BCS Conference team
its a computer, and they lost to a Pac-10 team on the road.

iowatreat54
11-11-2007, 03:28 PM
its a computer, and they lost to a Pac-10 team on the road.

I understand, but I'm saying that with their SOS and the conference they play in that there's no way the BCS would move Boise from about 18 in the BCS (they were 20 last week) to 12 or higher for beating Hawaii

jballa838
11-11-2007, 03:35 PM
I understand, but I'm saying that with their SOS and the conference they play in that there's no way the BCS would move Boise from about 18 in the BCS (they were 20 last week) to 12 or higher for beating Hawaii
who really knows though?

bustabinary
11-11-2007, 04:37 PM
If Hawaii goes undefeated, they deserve a shot at a BCS bowl game. Mid-major teams aren't that bad, just ask Oklahoma.

Tampa 2 4 life
11-11-2007, 06:57 PM
USF V. FSU in the Meineke Car Care bowl.

I'm gonna dub it the Palindrome Bowl, tell me that wouldn't be awesome.

Iamcanadian
11-11-2007, 09:09 PM
USF V. FSU in the Meineke Car Care bowl.

I'm gonna dub it the Palindrome Bowl, tell me that wouldn't be awesome.


It should be Florida St./Penn St. with the losing HC forced to retire. There is also the possibility that they both could pass away from the excitement.

keylime_5
11-11-2007, 09:46 PM
Ohio State vs Arizona State in the Rose Bowl? Very strong chance that's the matchup. Pretty cool because last time both teams were in the Rose Bowl they were facing each other.

princefielder28
11-11-2007, 10:23 PM
Kansas vs Kentucky......oh hang on it's College Football, not Bill Self against Billy Gillispie

TouchdownUSC
11-11-2007, 10:59 PM
Ohio State vs Arizona State in the Rose Bowl? Very strong chance that's the matchup. Pretty cool because last time both teams were in the Rose Bowl they were facing each other.

well if USC beats ASU in a week it could be USC vs. Ohio State in the Rose Bowl :)

keylime_5
11-12-2007, 09:27 AM
USC/Ohio State rose bowl would kinda spoil the Ohio State @ USC game next September, I hope ASU wins their game against the Trojans for that reason. We know we're gonna see OSU/USC face off for the next 2 years, 3 times is a bit much to do in a row.

Iamcanadian
11-12-2007, 10:57 AM
USC/Ohio State rose bowl would kinda spoil the Ohio State @ USC game next September, I hope ASU wins their game against the Trojans for that reason. We know we're gonna see OSU/USC face off for the next 2 years, 3 times is a bit much to do in a row.

It wouldn't bother me to see 2 great powers willing to play each other. Next year is next year.

KCJ58
11-12-2007, 12:00 PM
i think the Sun Devils would go to the Holiday bowl

TouchdownUSC
11-12-2007, 03:26 PM
USC/Ohio State rose bowl would kinda spoil the Ohio State @ USC game next September, I hope ASU wins their game against the Trojans for that reason. We know we're gonna see OSU/USC face off for the next 2 years, 3 times is a bit much to do in a row.

yeah, but they wont be the same teams next year for either party. USC is losing Booty, Chauncey Washington, Fred Davis and a lot of people on defense and Ohio State will be losing people on both ends of the ball and will have a different QB next year. USC will have Sanchez or Mustain starting and I think you will see more of McKnight in next year's game than if we went to the rose bowl this year. i am all in favor of playing ohio state three times. plus i think we'd give you buckeyes a better game in the rose bowl than ASU would.

Sniper
11-12-2007, 03:41 PM
yeah, but they wont be the same teams next year for either party. USC is losing Booty, Chauncey Washington, Fred Davis and a lot of people on defense and Ohio State will be losing people on both ends of the ball and will have a different QB next year. USC will have Sanchez or Mustain starting and I think you will see more of McKnight in next year's game than if we went to the rose bowl this year. i am all in favor of playing ohio state three times. plus i think we'd give you buckeyes a better game in the rose bowl than ASU would.

On that note, I would also like to add that Joe McKnight is fast. Very fast, and that is all.

OhioState
11-12-2007, 03:45 PM
yeah, but they wont be the same teams next year for either party. USC is losing Booty, Chauncey Washington, Fred Davis and a lot of people on defense and Ohio State will be losing people on both ends of the ball and will have a different QB next year. USC will have Sanchez or Mustain starting and I think you will see more of McKnight in next year's game than if we went to the rose bowl this year. i am all in favor of playing ohio state three times. plus i think we'd give you buckeyes a better game in the rose bowl than ASU would.

Todd Boeckman will be the starter next season, he is a 5th year junior this year. We really don't lose anyone on O except Kirk Barton and all of our Defense is underclassmen except Larry Grant, but i expect one or two of them to declare

Sniper
11-12-2007, 03:52 PM
Todd Boeckman will be the starter next season, he is a 5th year junior this year.

Quality OSU education.....

D-Unit
11-12-2007, 04:02 PM
I understand, but I'm saying that with their SOS and the conference they play in that there's no way the BCS would move Boise from about 18 in the BCS (they were 20 last week) to 12 or higher for beating Hawaii
If they're 18 now after being 20 last week...

and they win this weekend and end up at 16-17 and then beat Hawaii (14-15), they could easily be at 12.

iowatreat54
11-12-2007, 04:08 PM
If they're 18 now after being 20 last week...

and they win this weekend and end up at 16-17 and then beat Hawaii (14-15), they could easily be at 12.

yes it COULD happen...I'm just saying that IMO it isn't likely and that it would be sad if the BCS was forced to take a mediocre Boise team over other teams ranked ahead of them that are clearly better

P-L
11-12-2007, 04:11 PM
If Michigan has to play Florida, Lloyd should retire before the Bowl game.

Sniper
11-12-2007, 04:13 PM
If Michigan has to play Florida, Lloyd should retire before the Bowl game.

Yeah, I might "accidentally" forget what day that one's on. Not because it's an allmighty SEC team, but we defend the spread about as well as toads do algebra, so it wouldn't be much fun.

D-Unit
11-12-2007, 05:29 PM
yes it COULD happen...I'm just saying that IMO it isn't likely and that it would be sad if the BCS was forced to take a mediocre Boise team over other teams ranked ahead of them that are clearly better
The whole BCS system is sad. Rankings are absolutely meaningless. Where is Cal, South Florida, Boston College??? Just a few weeks ago people were talking about them as championship contenders. It's a joke.

There is nothing in the world that says teams are clearly better as you are trying to say. Playoffs is the only solution that won't happen in our lifetimes.

iowatreat54
11-12-2007, 05:44 PM
The whole BCS system is sad. Rankings are absolutely meaningless. Where is Cal, South Florida, Boston College??? Just a few weeks ago people were talking about them as championship contenders. It's a joke.

There is nothing in the world that says teams are clearly better as you are trying to say. Playoffs is the only solution that won't happen in our lifetimes.

hmmm idk I have a feeling a playoff, or at least something close to it, will happen in the next 50 years...just a hunch tho

bearsfan_51
11-12-2007, 06:14 PM
The whole BCS system is sad. Rankings are absolutely meaningless. Where is Cal, South Florida, Boston College??? Just a few weeks ago people were talking about them as championship contenders. It's a joke.

There is nothing in the world that says teams are clearly better as you are trying to say. Playoffs is the only solution that won't happen in our lifetimes.
The regular season is the playoffs. It filters out teams like Cal, South Florida, and Boston College.

People try to use the BCS in order to discredit the BCS. It makes no sense.

Xiomera
11-12-2007, 06:19 PM
Capital One Bowl

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Oh my God . . . Michigan would lose by 50.

Scotty D
11-12-2007, 06:39 PM
Oh my God . . . Michigan would lose by 50.

Your such a negative nancy. But yeah this isn't the Grossman lead Florida team we beat last team lol.

duckseason
11-12-2007, 06:41 PM
The regular season is the playoffs. It filters out teams like Cal, South Florida, and Boston College.

The problem is the extreme variances of difficulty between different teams' schedules. This "regular season playoff" didn't filter out Kansas or others who played comparatively soft schedules thus far. Where's Cincinnati if you take away two of their toughest conference opponents and replace them with teams they'd be heavily favored over? Probably undefeated. You could say the same about a lot of 2 or 3 loss teams.

Your record is not necessarily indicative of how strong you are as a football team. 3 of the top 5 current BCS teams being from one conference is a direct result of those 3 teams having not played each other. You'd likely see the same thing if 3 of the top teams from any conference were able to dodge each other until the very end of the season. The BCS rewards teams who play patsies all season long. That's the bottom line, and it needs to be erased somehow. The formula for being ranked highly is to either- A) be a very good team, or B) give yourself a weak OOC schedule, and be fortunate enough to miss a few of the toughest teams in your conference either altogether, or until the end of the season.

There are just too many teams in college football to determine a champion with the current system. For all we know, WVU might beat Oregon or LSU, if given the chance. The current setup will always snub great teams that deserve a shot to prove just how great they really are. At the very least, we should have a tournament of conference champions. Win your conference, and then prove you're worthy of even playing for a national title by beating the best from another conference or two.

D-Unit
11-12-2007, 07:01 PM
The regular season is the playoffs. It filters out teams like Cal, South Florida, and Boston College.

People try to use the BCS in order to discredit the BCS. It makes no sense.
The regular season can be a type of playoff system for some teams, but there is still no telling which team is the best at the end of the year based off end of the year rankings. There's way too much guessing and bias involved with the BCS.

Xiomera
11-12-2007, 08:33 PM
Your such a negative nancy. But yeah this isn't the Grossman lead Florida team we beat last team lol.

Hyperbole: exaggeration for the sake of emphasis

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etk
11-12-2007, 08:54 PM
Cincinnati - Eastern Michigan would be such a sick International Bowl. I'm getting psyched already.

fenikz
11-12-2007, 10:01 PM
BCS Game: LSU vs Oregon
Rose Bowl: ASU vs OSU
Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma vs Virginia Tech
Orange Bowl: Virginia vs Hawaii
Sugar Bowl: Georgia vs West Virginia

TH3
11-13-2007, 01:59 AM
If Oklahoma wins out and beats an undefeated Kansas team in the big 12 title game they will jump Oregon and play in the BCS game

Turtlepower
11-13-2007, 02:02 AM
If Oklahoma wins out and beats an undefeated Kansas team in the big 12 title game they will jump Oregon and play in the BCS game

That's a laugh. Why would a team from a weaker conference beat a team that is from a stronger conference who has the same amount of losses? I'm sorry, but I still feel that the PAC-10's top 3 (Oregon, ASU, USC) could beat the Big 12's top 3 (Oklahoma, Kansas, Mizzu).

Sniper
11-13-2007, 04:44 AM
That's a laugh. Why would a team from a weaker conference beat a team that is from a stronger conference who has the same amount of losses? I'm sorry, but I still feel that the PAC-10's top 3 (Oregon, ASU, USC) could beat the Big 12's top 3 (Oklahoma, Kansas, Mizzu).

Late season performance my friend. OU, KU and Mizzou are all top 5 teams. If any of them run the table from here on out, I wouldn't be the least be surprised to see it happen.

Green Bay Scat
11-13-2007, 05:19 AM
That's a laugh. Why would a team from a weaker conference beat a team that is from a stronger conference who has the same amount of losses? I'm sorry, but I still feel that the PAC-10's top 3 (Oregon, ASU, USC) could beat the Big 12's top 3 (Oklahoma, Kansas, Mizzu).

hey man, anythings possible

eazyb81
11-13-2007, 08:31 AM
If Oklahoma wins out and beats an undefeated Kansas team in the big 12 title game they will jump Oregon and play in the BCS game

Yeah, I think that's pretty obvious at this point. KU is also almost guaranteed to leap Oregon if it wins out, and Mizzou has a slight chance to do it.

Oregon is in a tough position because they are finishing with a bunch of patsies while the Big 12 has a round robin tournament between 3 top 5 BCS teams to end the season while the rest of the nation looks on.