DomTheAthlete29 Posted July 17, 2006 Share Posted July 17, 2006 I was thinking of away to take a stand on this BCS bull , and find a solution. I though about a conference tournament, with the max of 3 or 4 games per team. That's 4 week longer of a schedule, the winner would be put into a 14 seed final tournament, 11 conference winners, and 2 @ large bids based on best record. The final slot would be filled by a in game top independent vs. last at large. Sounds different and long but I have been working out some of the kinks in the schedule, and have placed opening day 6 weeks back, starting the 3rd week in July and going to Jan 1, with the NCAA tournament finals. I will be making projections for each league, then compare it with the season, now if a 6-6 team won't get into a bowl, it would have to beat a 12-0 team, to advance. The conference tournaments and ncaa tournament will be simed on NCAA 07' when its relased. Hope you enjoy my first projection of the Pac-10.PAC-10 Conference Southern Cal 9-3 (6-2) California 11-1 (7-1)Oregon 7-5 (4-4)Arizona State 10-2 (6-2)Ucla 6-6 (3-5)Arizona 5-7 (2-6) Washington State 6-6 (3-5)Oregon State 4-9 (1-7)Stanford 3-9 (1-7)Washington 1-11 (0-8)PAC-10 Standings1. California 2. Arizona State3. Southern Cal4. Oregon5. Ucla6. Washington State------------------------7. Arizona8. Oregon State9. Stanford10. WashingtonConference Tournament / Finals @ Qualcomm Stadium: San Diego, CA1. CaliforniaBye@ California4. Oregon5. Ucla3. Southern Cal6. Washington State@ Arizona State2. Arizona StateBye Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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