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  • #16
    Just go with LSU and Boise in one of the big bowls or even Bama and watch Boise run all over them .Then make them make a play off system < lets do it !

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    • #17
      http://draftcountdown.com/forum/showthread.php?t=42681


      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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      • #18
        Hell, I'd like for an SEC school to go to another BCS bowl outside of the Sugar.
        Cotton Bowl is almost always the SEC CG loser or SEC #3 vs. a Big 12 opponent.

        Noticeable by their absence in these discussions: Texas, Florida, Notre Dame, even Oklahoma but they could be in the Big 12 CG..... speaking of which, wouldnt it be bitchin' if Nebraska won the Big 12 CG in sweet revenge for last yr in its goodbye season in the conference? I think they still have a shot.

        LSU In the Sugar Bowl = an LSU home game, if they draw Ohio St. that would be the non-NC bowl game to watch.
        Last edited by LizardState; 11-15-2010, 12:06 PM.

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        • #19
          National Championship: Oregon vs. Auburn

          Wisconsin vs. TCU
          Oklahoma State vs. Boise State
          LSU vs. Stanford/Ohio State
          Virginia Tech/Florida State (ACC winner) vs. Pitt/UConn/???? (Big East Winner)

          I think that would be the most entertaining match-ups.
          Last edited by Brent; 11-26-2010, 01:53 PM.

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          • #20
            Looks as if WVU is going to beat Pittsburgh, up 28-10 in the late 3rd quarter. Which would give them a 4-2 record and a share of the Big East lead with Pittsburgh and UConn. Albeit they're in the lead but UConn just has to theoretically win their next two games and they're in as they beat WVU this year.

            I feel like Homer Simpson when he dreams of looking at Ned Flander's ass at the skiing mountain when I think of Connecticut being in a BCS Bowl game. They'd get absolutely torn apart by Nebraska, Oklahoma or Oklahoma State because no one in their right mind would take UConn.

            EDIT - I'm also hoping NCSU doesn't take the Atlantic Division because the last thing we need is North Carolina State and Connecticut in the BCS Bowl, leaving out a team like Stanford potentially.

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            • #21
              1. The top two teams in the final BCS Standings will be placed in the National Championship Game ("NCG").

              2. Unless they qualify to play in the NCG, the champions of selected conferences are contractually committed to host selected games:

              Atlantic Coast Conference-Orange Bowl
              Big Ten Conference-Rose Bowl
              Big 12 Conference-Fiesta Bowl
              Pac-10 Conference-Rose Bowl
              Southeastern Conference-Sugar Bowl

              3. If a bowl loses a host team to the NCG, then such bowl shall select a replacement team from among the automatic-qualifying teams and the at-large teams before any other selections are made. If two bowls lose host teams to the NCG, each bowl will get a replacement pick before any other selections are made. In such case, the bowl losing the No. 1 team gets the first replacement pick, and the bowl losing the No. 2 team gets the second replacement pick. If the Rose Bowl loses both the Big Ten and Pac-10 champions to the NCG, it will receive two replacement picks.

              For the games of January 2011 through 2014, the first year the Rose Bowl loses a team to the NCG and a team from the non-AQ group is an automatic qualifier, that non-AQ team will play in the Rose Bowl.

              A bowl choosing a replacement team may not select any of the following:

              A. A team in the NCG;
              B. The host team for another BCS Bowl;
              C. When two bowls lose host teams, then the bowl losing the number one team may not select a replacement team from the same conference as the number two team, unless the bowl losing the number two team consents.

              4. After steps No. 1, 2 and 3 have been completed, any bowl with an unfilled slot shall select a team from the automatic qualifiers and/or at-large teams in the following order for the games played in 2007 through 2010:


              January 2011 games: Sugar, Orange, Fiesta


              January 2012 games: Fiesta, Sugar, Orange


              January 2013 games: Fiesta, Sugar, Orange


              January 2014 games: Orange, Sugar, Fiesta

              All teams earning automatic berths must be selected.



              http://www.bcsfootball.org/news/story?id=4819597

              So if its Oregon v Auburn in the NCG then the highest ranked non AQ team (TCU or Boise St) will be an automatic choice for the Jan 2011 Rose Bowl. It only applies to the FIRST year a PAC 10/12 or Big 10 team plays in the NCG and the Rose Bowl do not have a choice within the 4-year window. Sorry iowatreat but andyjo appears to be correct.
              Last edited by boknows34; 11-26-2010, 05:39 PM.

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              • #22
                Here are my final predictions:

                Championship Game
                Oregon vs. Auburn

                Rose Bowl
                Boise State vs. Wisconsin

                Sugar Bowl
                LSU vs. TCU

                Orange Bowl
                Virginia Tech vs. Ohio State

                Fiesta Bowl
                Oklahoma State vs. UConn

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                • #23
                  National Championship
                  Auburn vs. Oregon

                  Rose Bowl
                  Wisconsin vs. Boise State

                  Sugar Bowl
                  LSU vs. OSU

                  Orange Bowl
                  TCU vs VT

                  Fiesta Bowl
                  WVU vs. Nebraska

                  Only thing I can think of is possibly flipping TCU and OSU. I don't think anyone will pick Stanford over any of the at larges selected. It's a shame the Big East Champ has to be let in, they're a joke. I hope it's UConn, who for reference lost bad to Michigan.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Smooth Criminal View Post
                    National Championship
                    Auburn vs. Oregon

                    Rose Bowl
                    Wisconsin vs. Boise State

                    Sugar Bowl
                    LSU vs. OSU

                    Orange Bowl
                    TCU vs VT

                    Fiesta Bowl
                    WVU vs. Nebraska

                    Only thing I can think of is possibly flipping TCU and OSU. I don't think anyone will pick Stanford over any of the at larges selected. It's a shame the Big East Champ has to be let in, they're a joke. I hope it's UConn, who for reference lost bad to Michigan.
                    I wish Stanford could get in over the Big East champ? Plus no one is talking about a potential 11-1 Michigan State team being left out. They'll likely end up in the Capitol One Bowl vs. Alabama.

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                    • #25
                      Stanford now in over Boise.


                      National Championship: #1 Oregon vs. #2 Auburn

                      Rose Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Stanford (Selection #1)

                      Sugar Bowl: LSU (Selection #2) vs. Ohio State (Selection #3)

                      Fiesta Bowl: Nebraska (AQ as Big 12 winner) vs. UConn (AQ as Big East Winner, selection #5)

                      Orange Bowl: Virginia Tech (AQ as ACC Winner) vs. TCU (Selection #4)


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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by diabsoule View Post
                        I wish Stanford could get in over the Big East champ? Plus no one is talking about a potential 11-1 Michigan State team being left out. They'll likely end up in the Capitol One Bowl vs. Alabama.
                        No one is talking about Michigan State cause they're going to be the 3rd ranked team in conference. Sucks for them, but they're sufficiently behind OSU and Wisconsin.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Shane P. Hallam View Post
                          Stanford now in over Boise.


                          National Championship: #1 Oregon vs. #2 Auburn

                          Rose Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Stanford (Selection #1)

                          Sugar Bowl: LSU (Selection #2) vs. Ohio State (Selection #3)

                          Fiesta Bowl: Nebraska (AQ as Big 12 winner) vs. UConn (AQ as Big East Winner, selection #5)

                          Orange Bowl: Virginia Tech (AQ as ACC Winner) vs. TCU (Selection #4)
                          What about all the non AQ qualifier to the Rose Bowl stuff? If true won't they have to take TCU now?

                          It's going to be the most pathetic thing ever if UConn makes a BCS bowl. Mint be the worst BCS team ever.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Smooth Criminal View Post
                            What about all the non AQ qualifier to the Rose Bowl stuff? If true won't they have to take TCU now?

                            It's going to be the most pathetic thing ever if UConn makes a BCS bowl. Mint be the worst BCS team ever.
                            It seems like that may be true after all, which would alter this to:

                            National Championship: #1 Oregon vs. #2 Auburn

                            Rose Bowl: Wisconsin vs. TCU (Selection #1, AQ)

                            Sugar Bowl: LSU (Selection #2) vs. Ohio State (Selection #3)

                            Fiesta Bowl: Nebraska (AQ as Big 12 winner) vs. UConn (AQ as Big East Winner, selection #5)

                            Orange Bowl: Virginia Tech (AQ as ACC Winner) vs. Stanford (Selection #4)


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                            • #29
                              Auburn vs. Oregon

                              Sugar Bowl
                              OSU vs. Arkansas

                              Orange Bowl
                              Virginia Tech vs. Stanford

                              Rose Bowl
                              Wisconsin vs. TCU

                              Fiesta Bowl
                              Nebraska vs. UConn (lol)

                              One thing is certain, those are not best 10 teams in the nation.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Smooth Criminal View Post
                                Auburn vs. Oregon

                                Sugar Bowl
                                OSU vs. Arkansas

                                Orange Bowl
                                Virginia Tech vs. Stanford

                                Rose Bowl
                                Wisconsin vs. TCU

                                Fiesta Bowl
                                Nebraska vs. UConn (lol)

                                One thing is certain, those are not best 10 teams in the nation.
                                The only one I have a problem with is UConn. VT got their ish together and Nebraska is still 10-2 with the latest loss coming to an insanely on-fire Texas A&M team.

                                But things are going to get messy with the Championship Games. I've got SCar beating Auburn, Oklahoma State gave Nebraska all they could handle last time, and Florida State looked really good today. If those games don't get the way they're supposed to, things will be very messy.

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