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Will We Miss the BCS?

Posted on 17 Dec, 2013, by in Football

Jumping to another sport before we try and see how College Football will change by moving from the BCS system to a 4-team playoff chose by a committee, one of the most idiotic lines ever uttered by Michel Platini, the chief of UEFA and the second strongest person in the world of soccer, had to do with why instant replay still isn’t a part of the decision making system by referees. More

AJ McCarron

2013 College Football Season – Preseason Coaches Rankings

Posted on 2 Aug, 2013, by in Football

Preseason polls mean nothing, as last year taught us. And yet it’s no surprise that Alabama are close to consensus number one preseason pick to win the national title, leading five teams in the top 13 from the SEC according to the coaches around the league. More

Ohio State 12-0

Ohio State Buckeyes – Undefeated Doesn’t Mean Champions

Posted on 26 Nov, 2012, by in Football

Shouldn’t a 12-0 season in the Big Ten mean something? Not when Ohio State are serving bowl bans and eligibility for a conference title ban as well. This isn’t the first time over the last few years that a team will finish the season undefeated but out of reach of BCS glory. This isn’t the first time it’s happened to Urban Meyer as well. More

Markus Wheaton

Oregon State Beavers – How They Can Still Reach the Rose Bowl

Posted on 7 Nov, 2012, by in Football

Everyone’s assuming that Oregon State aren’t good enough to win the Civil War and take down Oregon in what should be one of the biggest games in this rivalry’s history due to the fact that both teams are in the top 11 and both have simultaneous high hopes for the first time since 2000, when they came into game ranked #5 and #8. More

AJ McCarron

College Football – Only Six Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 28 Oct, 2012, by in Football

Things are getting a whole of a lot simpler in the BCS picture of the 2012 College Football season, with only six teams left holding an undefeated record: The National champions, Alabama Crimson Tide, in the SEC; Kansas State Wildcats in the Big 12; Louisville Cardinals in the Big East; Oregon Ducks in the Pac-12; and Notre Dame. More

Bill Snyder

Kansas State Wildcats – Always Getting Screwed by the BCS

Posted on 25 Oct, 2012, by in Football

The BCS standings, the coaches and other polls; they’re all just a popularity contest, often decided on style and the legendary status of a program instead of what it actually does on the football field, and that is why Kansas State have always been denied playing in a BCS Bowl as an at-large team. More

Florida Players

College Football – Same Undefeated Teams, Same BCS Contenders

Posted on 21 Oct, 2012, by in Football

Week 8 offered no change and no real mix in what will be the polls later on and the BCS standings, as Alabama, Oregon, Kansas State, Florida, Notre Dame and Oregon State kept on winning. More

College Football – BCS Finalists Keep Rolling Over Everyone

Posted on 23 Sep, 2012, by in Football

The best teams in the nation, Alabama, LSU and Oregon kept on winning although the Tigers struggled to come out of Auburn with their perfect record intact, while Kansas State upset Oklahoma to prove who are the real beasts of the Big 12, while Notre Dame delivered another tough blow to Michigan with a 13-6 win and going 4-0 for the first time in a decade. More

Preseason College Football Rankings – Worth Anything?

Posted on 5 Aug, 2012, by in Football

The preseason college football rankings for the 2012 season came out this week and guess what – LSU, who led the rankings for most of last season and Alabama, #2 for most of last season and the national champions, took the top two spots once again. SEC dominance doesn’t change, it just got stronger. Problems is these preseason rankings usually don’t mean much. More

Good – College Football Gets a Four Team Playoff; Bad – BCS System still Not Perfect

Posted on 21 Jun, 2012, by in Featured

Finally, we’re going to have a playoff in College Football. A four team playoff probably doesn’t satisfy everyone, but it’s a start and the first significant signs of changes in the all mighty BCS, that will now create a little less controversies regarding who should play for the national championship. More