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Five out of the last six years a top four team has lost to a double digit dog after week ten to ultimately fall out of playing for the championship. So history shows ksu, USC and Notre dame all have their work cut out for them.
For those interested..... Iowa state over oklahoma state last year, nevada over Boise state in 2010, 2009 was an exception to the rule, in 2008 Iowa upset Penn state, and 2007 it happened multiple times to allow a two loss lsu team to play in the national championship but the most notable was west Virginia losing to a four td dog Pitt. In 2006 it was USC Losing to Oregon state.
Amen brother I hope your correct. Roll Tide
First and foremost we have to take care of our own business or it's a moot point.
How many times have TWO of the top four teams lost to a double digit underdog? That's what it will take for us to get in, assuming we take care of business.
I have a feeling Kans St. will not handle being #1 well at all.. I remember Mizzou being #1 for a week..
Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. -Mark Twain
Yeah but we need TWO to stumble.
Im not giving up hope by any means but we had the chance to control our own destiny and stepped on our own pecker.
Im afraid we don't get a chance to sneak in the Backdoor like we did last year...
But there's still a chance
Dude I think I just had déjà vu because someone brought this up last year after week nine did the not? And boom, OSU went down which basically helped put us in the NC game when it was finally all said and done.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Correction: It was USC losing to UCLA to let Fla into the title game.
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