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Yes!!!!!

Florida vs Alabama tonight...Sadly,it's starting to looklike I'll be forced to watch the South Bend Scum vs Boston College game (Kill the 'Domers!!!!!)

If 'Bama has a tough game tonight,they get South Carolina next week,and Spurrier's got the Gamecocks playin' ball!!!

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Yes!!!!!

Florida vs Alabama tonight...Sadly,it's starting to looklike I'll be forced to watch the South Bend Scum vs Boston College game (Kill the 'Domers!!!!!)

If 'Bama has a tough game tonight,they get South Carolina next week,and Spurrier's got the Gamecocks playin' ball!!!

Bama/Gators is on CBS Jack. You should be able to see that game.

Huge win for the Spartans.I'm able to see all the good games as my satellite provider has an NCAA football package for $50. So tonight I'll be flipping back and forth between the Gators/Tide and Ducks/Cardinal. Also Penn State and Iowas should be a decent game.

Also Va Tech came up big against NC State. Unfortunately for me I picked NC State as they were the underdog at home.

As for Spurrier, it'll be interesting to see how they react after that tough loss to Auburn.

Jack, here's a website that shows many college games. http://www.atdhe.net/

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Bama/Gators is on CBS Jack. You should be able to see that game.

Huge win for the Spartans.I'm able to see all the good games as my satellite provider has an NCAA football package for $50. So tonight I'll be flipping back and forth between the Gators/Tide and Ducks/Cardinal. Also Penn State and Iowas should be a decent game.

Also Va Tech came up big against NC State. Unfortunately for me I picked NC State as they were the underdog at home.

As for Spurrier, it'll be interesting to see how they react after that tough loss to Auburn.

And finally, how about LSU losing to a weak Tennessee team. College football; gotta love it.

Jack, here's a website that shows many college games. http://www.atdhe.net/

I'm talking about ABC.. It sounds like the NorthEast is getting Notre Dame at BC..

And LSU beat Tennessee 16-14....Vols has too many men on the field on the last play and LSU got to replay the down...But Tennessee lost because of horrible coverage on a 4th and 12,not the last play of the game...

The Gamecocks should have beat Auburn..They get a week off an 'Bama will be in the 3rd of a 3 week stretch that has them Playing at Arkansas,at home against Florida,and in Columbia against South Carolina.That's one hell of a stretch of games 3 weeks in a row...

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I'm talking about ABC.. It sounds like the NorthEast is getting Notre Dame at BC..

And LSU beat Tennessee 16-14....Vols has too many men on the field on the last play and LSU got to replay the down...But Tennessee lost because of horrible coverage on a 4th and 12,not the last play of the game...

The Gamecocks should have beat Auburn..They get a week off an 'Bama will be in the 3rd of a 3 week stretch that has them Playing at Arkansas,at home against Florida,and in Columbia against South Carolina.That's one hell of a stretch of games 3 weeks in a row...

I jumped the gun on the Vols/Tigers score.

The SEC is as tough as they come. Arkansas should have beaten Alabama.

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Buckeyes fan here, with a close secondary interest in the Wolverines. Both won today. Hopefully when they meet November 27th it will be the Big Deal. Nice to see the Sooners knock off the Longhorns too.

I dunno if anyone can beat Alabama though, they look way too strong. But the season is still young-ish so hopefully someone will be able to solve them.

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Buckeyes fan here, with a close secondary interest in the Wolverines. Both won today. Hopefully when they meet November 27th it will be the Big Deal. Nice to see the Sooners knock off the Longhorns too.

I dunno if anyone can beat Alabama though, they look way too strong. But the season is still young-ish so hopefully someone will be able to solve them.

I hope Alabama, Ohio State, Oregon, Boise State, and Oklahoma or Nebraska go undfeated. That should blow up the current BCS system.

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I hope Alabama, Ohio State, Oregon, Boise State, and Oklahoma or Nebraska go undfeated. That should blow up the current BCS system.

But even if they did, then there would be the strength of schedule argument, the difficult path argument, the computer-says-so argument and finally, the fewest hangnails per team argument.

With the amount of cash being generated with the current BCS system, I can't see anyone wanting to risk that even though the Papa John Bowl (now Birmingham Bowl) might not look as well attended on TV as Papa John wanted. One day I hope there is the 'Bitchin' Camaro Bowl.' :D

However, I kind of like the current system, it's unique, plenty of schools are eligible for a meaningful final and the the top-ish two teams meet in the BCS final I can see playoffs for maybe the top 4, but I wouldn't want a 'March Madness' approach at all nor any superconferences created.

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But even if they did, then there would be the strength of schedule argument, the difficult path argument, the computer-says-so argument and finally, the fewest hangnails per team argument.

With the amount of cash being generated with the current BCS system, I can't see anyone wanting to risk that even though the Papa John Bowl (now Birmingham Bowl) might not look as well attended on TV as Papa John wanted. One day I hope there is the 'Bitchin' Camaro Bowl.' :D

However, I kind of like the current system, it's unique, plenty of schools are eligible for a meaningful final and the the top-ish two teams meet in the BCS final I can see playoffs for maybe the top 4, but I wouldn't want a 'March Madness' approach at all nor any superconferences created.

I agree with you that a 4 team playoff would be the best. I like the fact that regular season college football games mean so much whether it's week 2 or week 11.

The problem I have with the current BCS system is the conference tie ins. Like the Orange Bowl; Big East vs. ACC. The top 10 ranked teams at the end of the regular season should play for a BCS bowl. The Big east may not even have a ranked team, yet they get to play for the Orange Bowl.

Had Nebraska beat Texas last year in the Big 12 Championship, we probably would have seen Cincinnati in the BCS championship. That would have been a disgraceful game.

However I do think 16 team super conferences are on the horizon.

Boise State, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A@M join the Pac 10.

Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Miami, Florida State join the SEC

Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Missouri, Kansas State join the Big 10

The ACC and Big East will join to get 16 teams.

Then there will be a new conference formed from all the other schools.

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You're forgetting one element to the Texas equation...TCU!!!

I would contend that Texas Christian has been almost as successful as Boise State,as it relates to the BCS.I'm surprised they have'nt looked at going into either the SEC or the Big 12 because they could easily compete in either conference,especially the Big 12.Plus it would cool to see old Southwest Conference rival Arkansas going up against TCU again in the SEC!!!And don't think TCU could'nt compete with the likes of Kentucky,Vanderbilt,Mississippi State,Tennessee etc right now....

I agree that Boise should probably go into the PAC-10 if it really wants BCS credibility,however Utah would be a more likely choice to go with them than any of the Texas schools.All of the Texas schools would probably rather go East because of the potential TV money,than go West...

As far as the 'Domers go,their basketball team plays in the Big East right now,and that's the real level of their football team.If they went into the Big 10 right now,they would be a mid-pack team like Purdue.Notre Dame simply is no longer a top line football program....

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Whoa!!!

Possible huge changes in the BCS coming up!!!

Alabama 3 South Carolina 21

Early 2nd quarter!!!

It was bound to happen...This is the third tough opponent for Alabama in 3 weeks and the 2nd of the 3 on the road...

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