BCS Standings are out

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  1. kastofsna

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    yessir, if the season ended today, USF would be playing for a national title.
     
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    Congrats.

    My Texas squad is slowly movin back up. We're ranked just about where we should be right now, but I think we will move up. Our only scary game left looks like Texas Tech.
     
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    Now if OSU could just lose a game, it'll be perfect.
     
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    Touche.
     
  5. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    HEY!

    Actually, I called us a 1 loss team from day 1 and stand by that/ we have problems, uncluding a shaky QB.
     
  6. TD

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    Never thought I'd say this a few weeks ago, but my money is on the Michigan game. Maybe PSU too. ;)
     
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    gtexan02 Working?

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    Wahoo, UVa at 19!
     
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    Looking at the remaining schedules I think South Florida actually has the best chance of all the top 5 of going to the National Championship.

    Ohio State has played a joke of a schedule thus far. They've got some tough game remaining in Mich. St, at Penn St, Wisconsin, Illinois, at Michigan.

    South Florida has beat some decent teams already, at Auburn and West Virginia. Their remaining schedule is at Rutgers, at Conn, Cincinnati, at Syracuse, Louisville, at Pittsburgh.

    Boston College has won some good games but has the toughest schedule left imo. The beat Wake Forest, at GA Tech. but they have at VA tech, Florida St, at Maryland, at Clemson, Miami.

    LSU is still the best team in the country imo. They beat Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and Florida. They lost to Kentucky in triple overtime. Of course being in the SEC they have a tough schedule remaining with Auburn, at Alabama, LA TEch, at Ole Miss, Arkansas

    Oklahoma is probably the 2nd best team in the country. They beat Miami, won at Texas, and beat Missouri. Only loss was at Colorado. They have Iowa St, Baylor, ATM, TX TEch, and OK St. left to play.

    With BC's remaining schedule I don't see them playing in the NC, they might be able to lose 1 game and still have a shot but the 4 other schools have to lose another.. LSU and OKlahoma are going to have to win out to have a shot at playing for the title. Ohio St. strength of schedule was WEAK this year, however if they lose 1 game they may fall past LSU or OK. This will be really interesting to watch how this plays out the rest of the season.
     


  9. TD

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    I'm pretty sure Dallas is part of Oklahoma....if not in geography, then spirit (and IQ) :cowboy1:
     
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    Do you think the weak slate of games they have left will hurt their chances though?
     
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    No. 3 of their 6 games left are against respectable opponents (at Rutgers, Cincinnati, Louisville).

    I would also watch out for Oregon. I think they will beat USC & really jump into the picture.
     
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    All hail the undefeated KU!!!

    Rock Chalk!
     
  13. kastofsna

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    USF will probably have to win big in some of those big games.
     
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    Having watched a couple of USF games, I can say that I have been impressed. I think they are legit (and I'm one that is usually critical of 'Cindarella' stories - i.e. Rutgers last year).
     
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    hmm, strong stances. LSU's defense looked like a division 1 team agianst auburn. So much for the SEC being so freakin tough...

    Auburn beat Florida, almost beat LSU...kinda like an uncle grandpa situation to me:gun:
     
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    once Dorsey went out, it all went downhill
     
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  18. tulexan

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    Next BCS rankings will have LSU and Oregon as 1 and 2.
     
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    i don't see OSU losing anytime soon.
     
  20. SF49erFaithful

    SF49erFaithful Crabtree FTW

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    LSU is definitely the best team in the country IMO.
     

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