Sunday, November 12, 2006


Certainly Texas could take over No. 3 in the BCS if they kept winning. Or Auburn could come out ready to play the Michigan-Ohio State loser. Or maybe a Cal team that beat USC-West could make a credible case as a one-loss NC contender if they ran the table.

Um, then came Saturday?

Just to recap:
--Texas lost to Kansas State, 45-42.
--Auburn lost to Georgia, 37-15.
--California fell to Arizona, 24-20.

This is about to get messier than a day in the trial of Saddam Hussein.

I demand justice for Southern California.

So now we have the Ohio State-Michigan loser, Texas, Florida, USC-West, Auburn, California, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Wake Forest and Louisville. Oh, and Rutgers is undefeated. As is Boise State.

Let the (wrong-headed) demands for a playoff begin. Let the on-air arguments begin. Let the debates rage.

A debate over the BCS. Or a Miami practice. One of the two.

Ain't college football grand?


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