How many unranked teams...

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Joseph_Botwinick, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. Joseph_Botwinick

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    have to beat Auburn before the BCS recognizes that they are not worthy of top ten status?:laugh: :thumbsup:

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  2. StefanM

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    Two is my guess :D.
     
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    one thing about it...when Auburn decides it's time to lose, they don't go halfway...they get hammered!

    I hear the network's computer crashed trying to figure out Brandon Cox's quarterback rating...the negative number was too large...
     
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    Auburn has been overrated from the beginning. Their lone signature win vs. FLA was a gift. So Car drops a pass in the end-zone that would've been a game winner. For all Tuberville's whining, Auburn is darn lucky they don't have four losses right now instead of two. I guess Tuberville will now say they're the best two loss team in America since he can't say that about a one-loss Auburn team anymore.
     
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    I'd say they will be (or should be) out of the Top Ten to make room for Rutgers and/or Boise State and/or Arkansas and/or Wake Forest and/or Notre Dame, and not to mention lost in the Michigan/Ohio State hype, Wisconsin. And don't look now, but USC is going to be climbing, again, and could still climb back into the Nat'l Championship Game, as could Florida or Arkansas.

    Folks, don't count anyone out of the BCS just yet, with fewer than three losses.

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