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  • Which College Will Win It All?

    Who will be tops in the end?
    Florida State
    Other (list below)

  • #2
    Re: Which College Will Win It All?

    This is a weird season, there really isn't one team that is running away with things. USC could easily have had 2 losses and then there's the Miami-Oklahoma BCS debacle.


    • #3
      Re: Which College Will Win It All?

      If Auburn makes it through it's schedule undefeated and wins the SEC Championship game, how do you keep that team out of the Orange Bowl?


      • #4
        Re: Which College Will Win It All?

        We're back at square 1. USC, Okla, Miami, Auburn all could be undefeated by the end of the year and the controversy will start all over. Of course, we could have a four-team playoff......nah, that would just be utterly stupid, wouldn't it NCAA?
        The more things change, the more they stay the same.


        • #5
          Re: Which College Will Win It All?

          It's incredible that there is not a playoff despite the overwhelming majority to hold one.


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