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If Florida loses to FSU and ND loses to USC then what? Does one loss Oregon play the winner of the SEC champ game...ahead of the Pac 12 champ?!?!? Does a two loss SEC team (Bama/Uga, LSU, TAMU, Florida) get in ahead of the two loss PAC 12 champ, one loss Oregon and one loss ND? I have to believe K-State is out. If Stanford wins the PAC 12 champ game it could get interesting.
This post was edited by Bama59 17 months ago
Fsu may get the nod.
not sure that's a nightmare scenario: College football powers that be me prefer Oregon vs. Bama over UF vs. Bama.
Makes it more of a national game
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Don't worry your pretty little head. None of that crap matters. If Bama wins the next three games it will be National Champions.
I think the voters will make it Oregon vs Bama/UGA. Oregon is supposedly the nation's best hope for stopping the SEC dynasty, plus they've seen the highlights of Oregon-lite win against us.
Except remember if Stanford beats UCLA they win the Pac-12 North. Would they take a team that didn't win its conference two years in a row? ND should beat USC.
This post was edited by Rocky37 17 months ago
An 11-1 Big XII Champ Kansas State, Non-PAC12 Champ Oregon, or Notre Dame before an SEC team IYAM.
"Hey, hey, hey. A life. A life, Jimmy, you know what that is? It's the shit that happens while you're waiting for moments that never come."
As much as I would like to see an all SEC game again, I would also love to see us play Oregon and put them in their place. I had a discussion with an Oregon guy and he was talking about how they "hung" with Auburn. I had to explain to him they were a second tier team in SEC, got lucky all season, and only got their basically because of 2 or 3 players and did I mention allot of luck (and cash).
If its worth doing; its worth overdoing.
Oregon jumping their conference champion (who they lost to head-to-head) would be a thing of beauty! Would it not? Plus, we'd punish them. I say bring it on. Lol
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