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10 - Florida State
9 - A&M
8 - Stanford
7 - LSU
6 - Kansas State
5 - Oregon
4 - Florda
3 - Georgia
2 - Alabama
1 - Notre Dame
Stanford jumps us, figures, typical but oh well, Florida being 4 takes bcs out of the pic anyway, less they lose, I'm thinking we are destined for the cotton
Your logic is boggling my mind
I kind of agree with you, but I think Florida is going to lose. Either way though, I think LSU or Bama will go to the Sugar Bowl if available.
My Bowl Projections:
Georgia to the Title Game (I really think Bama will lose again)
LSU to the Sugar Bowl
Bama to the Capital one
Florida Outback Bowl
South Carolina to Chick-Fil-A
A&M to Cotton
Florida will lose to FSU. UF has struggled to beat several really crappy teams the last 3 weeks. I still think a 1 loss FSU team that finishes with wins over #4 Florida and a ACC championship game win ends up jumping all of those 2 loss teams ahead of them.
If it happens that way with Georgia I say ur right except flip bama and lsu, bama would still get the Sugar
This post was edited by 12thmanfan 17 months ago
Bcs not ap bro
If we end up in the Cotton Bowl, I don't want to play texas.
It's like a divorce that the wife has moved on with her life and is now in a happy relationship. She is having a party with her new friends when the jealous drunk ex-husband shows up with plans to take a dump on the dining room table. I'd just rather not invite the worthless POS to anymore parties.
Where things really get screwed up is if ND gets beat and Florida beats FSU - not a far fetched scenario. Then you could have Florida and the West champion Championship game. All bets are off on where we end up in that case with 4 2-loss SEC teams vying for non-BCS bowls.
I have no idea where we will land but i'm confident that Florida St will beat Florida and that Bama will beat Georgia, but with Barkley out next week,ND will win out, but upsets me that Stanford is ahead of us.
UF's QB Driskell is out for the FSU game. Their offense has been extremely anemic lately (only 23 points against Jacksonville St this weekend) so FSU winning that one is likely despite the fact they play in the ACC.
Is anyone else suprised that KState didn't drop like a rock. I thought they would struggle to stay in the top ten in all polls. How can KState lose by 20+ to an unranked team and only drop about the same amount as an Oregon team that lost in OT to a top 15 program? I have them in the same range as OU and USC(e).
For some reason the computers love the big 12, which is why kstate didn't drop. We will finish ahead of either Stanford or Oregon because both have tough games this week, and one will lose by the finish the pac12 championship. That will leave 6-7 teams in front of us by bowl selection sunday (assuming k-state beats Texas).
Do you really think that KState beats Texas at this point?
I can see it happening, but I don't think that it will. I don't really care about them though, much more concerned about us getting that Mizzou monkey off our backs!
I see the K-State v TU game as a toss-up, so that being said, who knows. Looks like Chris Low on ESPN agreed with me on bowl projections late last night (with the exception he thinks UGA loses to bama).
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