I was looking at the latest BCS rankings and imagining the mess that would occur if West Virginia and Missouri lose next week. You'd most likely have an Ohio State team that everyone wrote off a few weeks ago but once again moved up by doing nothing playing a two loss team that didn't qualify for their conference championship game in Georgia. Yikes.
The argument against a playoff has always been that it makes the regular season not as important and the conventional wisdom has been that it's impossible to come back from a late loss but that scenario would kind of fly in the face of those ideas.
Which is precisely why I am rooting for tOSU vs UGA...the more that this BCS gets exposed for the joke that it is, the sooner we can move on and get a real playoff (like every single other pro and college sport)
Personally, I was hoping that tOSU, LSU and KU would all run the table, so that an undefeated team from a major conference would have been excluded from the title game (tOSU vs LSU)
[QUOTE=uro cy;257223]Which is precisely why I am rooting for tOSU vs UGA...the more that this BCS gets exposed for the joke that it is, the sooner we can move on and get a real playoff (like every single other pro and college sport)
This is what the BCS would like - people talking about the game and 2 teams from 2 major conferences that have huge population bases. I am sure the BCS would want that game rather than WV/Mizzoo .
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