BCS Standings (Week 9)

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  1. SvrWxCy

    SvrWxCy Well-Known Member

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  2. Clones21

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    Any votes for Iowa yet?
     
  3. SvrWxCy

    SvrWxCy Well-Known Member

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    Oklahoma State appears to be in the drivers seat for their own destiny on the way to the championship game, but have a very tough road ahead of them. The computers still really like Kansas State compared to what the human polls have them at, the Oklahoma State v Kansas State game could be a great one if K-State makes it past OU this upcoming week.
     
  4. SvrWxCy

    SvrWxCy Well-Known Member

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    Now now... You should know that they don't 'vote' for BCS Standings...
     
  5. cy1010

    cy1010 Well-Known Member

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    2/3 of the BCS standings are human polls.
     
  6. cyclonedave25

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    I wonder how sad ESPN is that CBS gets to air the national championship game this week with LSU playing Bama? Really looking forward to that game!
     
  7. SvrWxCy

    SvrWxCy Well-Known Member

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    True, but they don't correlate specifically into the BCS standings. Either you are ranked in the top 25 in the human polls or you are not, they don't rank them past 25.

    But, ironically enough Iowa did receive 14 votes in the USA Today Coaches Poll.. :skeptical:
     
  8. cyman05

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    Sounds like all the folks who say that no other conference deserves to even be mentioned with the rest of college football are saying that LSU-Bama should be a rematch for the national championship if both teams stay unbeaten after that game.

    If that happens, I think I'll throw up.
     
  9. SvrWxCy

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    Won't have a chance of happening if Oklahoma State remains unbeaten... Now if Oklahoma State loses I could see the potential of that being a rematch for the National Championship given the drop in numbers from 3 (Oklahoma State) to 4 (Boise State).
     
  10. Rogue52

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    It's not until Nov. 5th.
     
  11. dualthreat

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    Stanford will go undefeated as well. They might give osu a good game.. doubt they could hang with LSU
     
  12. cyclonedave25

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    Aw good catch, didn't realize this week was a bye week for them.
     
  13. cyclonedave25

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    Doesn't surprise me. I think the only way that happens is if OSU and Clemson lose. (I don't think there's any way Boise gets into the title game even if the go undefeated.)
     
  14. atlantacyclone

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    Iowa State has to have one of the toughest schedules in college football.
     
  15. mj4cy

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    Still don't think KSU will last too much longer....OU might rip them a new one.


    Just shows how freaking tough the Big 12 is....Mizzou and Baylor are no slouches either.
     

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