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And We're BACK! ALL SEC MNCG??




This was supposed to be the most boring week of college football for SEC fans, but it did not work out that way...

IF Alabama can scrape by Auburn and Georgia can escape the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, the DAWGS and CRIMSON TIDE will be playing the SEC Championship game for the right to represent God's Conference in the Mythical National Championship Game.

So, all is right with the world. Things are back to being as they should be. But you want to know what the real kicker is? Despite looking pretty bad the last few weeks against sub-standard competition, the Florida GATORS are also back in the picture!

Find a way to beat FSU in Tallahassee and there is a very solid chance that Muschamp has his squd ranked number two in the BCS. In fact, it looks like that scenerio is the ONLY way the aTm AGGIES get left out of the BCS picture. I'm thinking that the folks in College Station would be OK with that; especially if they get to dismantle Texas in the Cotton Bowl and stake a real claim on recruiting dominance in their home state...

Yes, Lane Kiffin has to get his act together and lead the Trojans to victory againt the Fighting Irish, but the prospect of an all SEC NCG now seems VERY realistic. Amazing considering that just a few short hours ago the conventional wisdom had pegged this year as THE YEAR that we got left out.

Stay tuned fellers - things just got interesting!


33 Comments

It was a boring week in the SEC not a boring week in College Football. :trollface:
If by some chance The Pope loses next week....it will get REAL interesting.
Hate on the BCS all you want. It made a game played all the way across the country in Posted Imageing Oregon exciting to watch to the very end.
So, what are the odds that OSU beats MI and gets a split AP NC??

Don't laugh, it could happen...

View Postdcbl, on 17 November 2012 - 11:28 PM, said:

So, what are the odds that OSU beats MI and gets a split AP NC??

Don't laugh, it could happen...

WTH are you talking about?? The AP is about as relevant as a Les Miles post-game rant

View PostScream, on 17 November 2012 - 11:35 PM, said:

WTH are you talking about?? The AP is about as relevant as a Les Miles post-game rant

Does that mean you will be advocating for Bama to disavow a few nattys????
Don't feel bad Oregon and KC State fans at least you won't have to remember this loss your entire life. Unlike this guy...


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View Postdcbl, on 17 November 2012 - 11:36 PM, said:



Does that mean you will be advocating for Bama to disavow a few nattys????

Sure because my post totally implies the AP has never been relevant. Besides, it's getting really hard to count that high; I've almost run out of fingers and toes!!
Alright here we go.

Notre Dame loses to USC.
Bama beats Auburn.
UGA beats GT.
Florida beats FSU.
LSU beats Arkansas.

Bama/UGA vs Florida?

Now if Florida lost would it be Oregon or LSU vs Bama/UGA?

View PostThe Playmaker, on 17 November 2012 - 11:50 PM, said:

Alright here we go.

Notre Dame loses to USC.
Bama beats Auburn.
UGA beats GT.
Florida beats FSU.
LSU beats Arkansas.

Bama/UGA vs Florida?

Now if Florida lost would it be Oregon or LSU vs Bama/UGA?

I think UF will lose. The ND game is very interesting because it looks like USC has their quarterback out & they have not looked that strong the last few weeks.

if FSU beat UF & ND loses, it will be the Seminoles. Oregon may not even get to play for a PAC 12 Championship
I think Oregon falls to 4 so it would be interesting to see who they could jump and who might jump them.  Would LSU have any shot at all?  Tonight opens up a lot of possibilities.  You could make a case for anyone in the top 10 to have a legit shot if the pieces fell their way.
It's funny, but I really don't want an all-SEC NC again.

This is the last one before the 4 team playoff though right? Or am I wrong?

View PostThe Playmaker, on 17 November 2012 - 11:59 PM, said:

Would LSU have any shot at all?

Not unless everyone has 2 losses - a 2 loss LSU won't jump a 1 loss FSU or Notre Dame, not this year.

So no, the Irish only have 1 more game.

LSU is out.

View PostTider27, on 18 November 2012 - 12:00 AM, said:

It's funny, but I really don't want an all-SEC NC again.

This is the last one before the 4 team playoff though right? Or am I wrong?

u r wrong - 1 more year

View PostCrimsoNation713, on 17 November 2012 - 11:07 PM, said:

If by some chance The Pope loses next week....it will get REAL interesting.
"The Pope" made me lol

View PostCrimsoNation713, on 17 November 2012 - 11:07 PM, said:

If by some chance The Pope loses next week....it will get REAL interesting.
FSU possibly?

View PostThe Playmaker, on 17 November 2012 - 11:50 PM, said:

Alright here we go.

Notre Dame loses to USC.
Bama beats Auburn.
UGA beats GT.
Florida beats FSU.
LSU beats Arkansas.

Bama/UGA vs Florida?

Now if Florida lost would it be Oregon or LSU vs Bama/UGA?
LSU is out of it. They have 2 losses.

View PostDawgfan4life24, on 18 November 2012 - 12:13 AM, said:

FSU possibly?
If Notre Dame loses I would guess the UF/FSU winner would play the Bama/UGA winner.

View PostElephanTideis, on 18 November 2012 - 12:15 AM, said:


If Notre Dame loses I would guess the UF/FSU winner would play the Bama/UGA winner.
So FSU. lol. Word is jumbo is getting tips from UL-L
never thought i would pull for Baylor and Stanford in the same night....

SEC Champion = Natl Champion and JFF wins the Hesiman!
all sec is a real mother fawkin possibility, although Oregon has some running room to build up momentum if they make it to the PAC12 Championship.

However, if Stanford beats UCLA next weekend, Oregon's hopes are over.
Gonna be more butthurt on espn than if Herbie was sodomized with a cactus.

View PostElephanTideis, on 18 November 2012 - 12:15 AM, said:

If Notre Dame loses I would guess the UF/FSU winner would play the Bama/UGA winner.

No way FSU gets in. Computers hate FSU and the ACC. If ND loses and we lose, a lot of wild computer math would put KState or Oregon back in it.

View PostDawgfan4life24, on 18 November 2012 - 12:13 AM, said:

FSU possibly?
I don't think they're that good.
I wouldn't count out Oregon just yet.  Oregon's only chance at getting back in is UCLA beats Stanford, Oregon beats Oregon State and USC beats Notre Dame.  This allows them into the Pac12 Championship Game and gets rid of undefeated Notre Dame.  Then if Oregon wins the PAC12 Championship against UCLA they can make the "Les Miles undefeated in regulation" claim as a conference champion against letting a second SEC team in BCS