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Which team? 1-loss Alabama or maybe a 1-loss Auburn?

Alabama assuming they beat Auburn.

I'm having trouble conceiving of a scenario in which a 1 loss Auburn is capable of vaulting into the postseason. Mississippi and Georgia would be quite damaging losses, Chattanooga would be apocalyptic, and Alabama gets a tiebreak over Auburn.

If Alabama finishes with two losses it's possible.

Actually I think something like LSU (also) beats 'Bama, 'Bama beats Auburn effectively costs the SEC a chair at the national championship table.

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Big win last night for NC State holding on against FSU, they pretty much control their destiny in the ACC....

Hoping my Heels can take care of W&M, should be a win, but never guaranteed...

Yeah, I can see NC State winning the ACC this year. It's been a somewhat lackluster few seasons for the ACC, but it looks like Florida State, Miami and Virginia Tech may be getting back into the mix over the next few years.

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.
You only say that because you are too blind in your loving of the Buckeyes to see the truth - ever notice that the SEC has won the last four BCS championships?
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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.
You only say that because you are too blind in your loving of the Buckeyes to see the truth - ever notice that the SEC has won the last four BCS championships?

While that is true, that doesn't excuse you from the previous post that you made. I mean, seriously... Who in their right mind thinks freaking Vanderbilt is one of the 12 best teams in the nation? 12 worst, maybe. But not 12 best.

Oh, and to further add on what infrared said: You're a idiot. A big time SEC slurping idiot.

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.
You only say that because you are too blind in your loving of the Buckeyes to see the truth - ever notice that the SEC has won the last four BCS championships?

While that is true, that doesn't excuse you from the previous post that you made. I mean, seriously... Who in their right mind thinks freaking Vanderbilt is one of the 12 best teams in the nation? 12 worst, maybe. But not 12 best.

Oh, and to further add on what infrared said: You're a idiot. A big time SEC slurping idiot.

+1.

Top Ten Football Teams By Number of Wins

877 - Michigan

845 - Texas

837 - Notre Dame

832 - Nebraska

819 - Ohio State

811 - Penn State

801 - Oklahoma

792 - Alabama

773 - Tennessee

759 - USC

Top Ten Football Teams By Winning Percentage

.736 - Michigan

.732 - Notre Dame

.724 - Oklahoma

.720 - Texas

.717 - Ohio State

.701 - Nebraska

.695 - Alabama

.694 - Tennessee

.694 - USC

.691 - Penn State

Even if you stack rank those two lists and AVERAGE them, you'll get this:

1.0 - Michigan

2.5 - Notre Dame

3.0 - Texas

(3-way tie)

5.0 - Nebraska

5.0 - Ohio State

5.0 - Oklahoma

7.5 - Alabama

8.0 - Penn State

8.5 - Tennessee

9.5 - USC

From what I can see, anyway you slice it the BigTen (plus future member NU) seems to be far and away leading this list.

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

Stop posting.

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Annnnd your Big East tweets of the night courtesy of Syracuse blog Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician.

If West Virginia loses, we're shutting the Big East down. That's it. No expansion. No network. We're done.

First one to seven wins is declared Big East champ. #YoureWelcomeFiestaBowl.

Why is this league an AQ Conference again?

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Annnnd your Big East tweets of the night courtesy of Syracuse blog Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician.

If West Virginia loses, we're shutting the Big East down. That's it. No expansion. No network. We're done.

First one to seven wins is declared Big East champ. #YoureWelcomeFiestaBowl.

Why is this league an AQ Conference again?

1- In the "contract which will never be completed" section, Michigan State has a 2012 game with Boise State with 2 to follow in 202x.

2- The Big East is not very good and the ACC eliminates itself too, but those two conferences (outside of the occasional Duke team) do not have bottom third teams as bad as the WAC and MCW: UNM, NM State, UNLV, and SJSU. I have seen all those four teams in the last two seasons and they are not very good (or not very well coached).

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.
You only say that because you are too blind in your loving of the Buckeyes to see the truth - ever notice that the SEC has won the last four BCS championships?

While that is true, that doesn't excuse you from the previous post that you made. I mean, seriously... Who in their right mind thinks freaking Vanderbilt is one of the 12 best teams in the nation? 12 worst, maybe. But not 12 best.

Oh, and to further add on what infrared said: You're a idiot. A big time SEC slurping idiot.

+1.

Top Ten Football Teams By Number of Wins

877 - Michigan

845 - Texas

837 - Notre Dame

832 - Nebraska

819 - Ohio State

811 - Penn State

801 - Oklahoma

792 - Alabama

773 - Tennessee

759 - USC

Top Ten Football Teams By Winning Percentage

.736 - Michigan

.732 - Notre Dame

.724 - Oklahoma

.720 - Texas

.717 - Ohio State

.701 - Nebraska

.695 - Alabama

.694 - Tennessee

.694 - USC

.691 - Penn State

Even if you stack rank those two lists and AVERAGE them, you'll get this:

1.0 - Michigan

2.5 - Notre Dame

3.0 - Texas

(3-way tie)

5.0 - Nebraska

5.0 - Ohio State

5.0 - Oklahoma

7.5 - Alabama

8.0 - Penn State

8.5 - Tennessee

9.5 - USC

From what I can see, anyway you slice it the BigTen (plus future member NU) seems to be far and away leading this list.

WillMorris is (foolishly) arguing that Vanderbilt is one of the top 12 teams in 2010.

How exactly does your statement of "Top-10 all-time wins" and "Top-10 all-time winning percentage" refute Will's argument of Vanderbilt being a top-12 team in 2010? That's just as stupid.

Since Michigan has more wins than Alabama all-time, does that mean that Michigan's 2010 team is better than Alabama's 2010 team?

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A thought though - the BCS already does things better than how they really ought to be. Since it's where the 12 best teams in the country are, the SEC championship is, in effect, the de facto national championship. That last bowl game that the BCS has? That's merely a coronation.

You're an idiot.
You only say that because you are too blind in your loving of the Buckeyes to see the truth - ever notice that the SEC has won the last four BCS championships?

Your constant assertions that I'm some sort of Buckeyes homer are as moronic as you are. That said, you can kiss my scarlet and gray ass dough boy.

And you're still an idiot.

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If anyone is bored, ESPN2 is running a simulcast of ESPN Goal Line right now. It's basically the college equivilent of NFL RedZone and which they go from game to game and showing scoring drives and whatnot (Even if it a field goal from Ball State-Kent State).

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Random Interest:

I'd like to introduce you to the worst program in all of Division I this season.

Yes, those are 35 and 43 point losses to Division II or worse teams.

Yes, they should just drop football.

LOL Valpo has a football team?

Uh, yeah. Only reason no one cares is that they are an FCS Non-Scholly team in the Pioneer League. Sometimes, they'll play at regional Division II/III teams (Franklin is D-III while St. Joesph's is D-II) because it's cheaper despite the conference being huge in terms of size (From California to New York).

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