KU is going down and will help us get to a national championship. Debate.
If Oklahoma wins the Big 12 title, it would be very interesting to see if a win over a top five ranked Kansas/Missouri would vault them over an idle Oregon team, who doesn't have a conference championship game like LSU and Oklahoma.
it worked for florida last year.
South of Seattle wrote:
The Pac-10 often gets screwed by this (No Conference Championship)
It happened in 01 when we were number 2 and Nebraska Jumped over us to get pounded by Miami.
I think that's why the Pac-10 started having a Basketball tourney at the end of the Season. It was hurting the seeds for March Madness.
i don't know why they don't fix it.
Indian Summer wrote:
I agree with Mookie, even if they win, they won't be in the ship. It's fucking obvious that the BCS wants LSU in there....hell they lost to Kentucky, and were back at number 2 just a couple weeks later...that's beyond me!!!!!!!!!
wow, i can predict the future! look out people, my team is #1 and is going to the BCS national championship this year. oregon blew it and KU wasn't even that good to begin with.
KU played well. you take away a number of early ku mistakes and turnovers and mizzou might not have won that one. had they not missed 2 easy field goals, that game woulda been tied before the safety. not saying mizzou isn't a fantastic team (they were definitely better and im stoked to see them play wvu in the championship), just saying you can't take anything away from kansas playing a tough game against a great team. the fact that they only lost by a touchdown despite so many mistakes (turnovers and missed kicks) shows they were for real. they had the misfortune to have their worst game against a team playing absolutely flawless football.
Steve Dunne wrote:
Mizzou looked great the other day. And how about that LSU/Ark game...awesome finish!!!
wow, i can predict the future! look out people, my team is #1 and is going to the BCS national championship this year.
Mizzou still has to beat the Sooners in the Big 12 title game before looking ahead to the BCS game. Can't believe the #1 team in the nation is still an underdog against Oklahoma. Seeing as how it's on a neutral field inside a dome, Mizzou should be given the slight edge.
If Mizzou loses, Ohio State will be sending them a nice fruit basket as thanks.
I'd imagine there will be a lot more OU fans at the game considering it's about a six hour drive from Norman to S.A. versus a 13 hour or so drive from Columbia. But yeah, I agree, Mizzou is ranked first and is listed as a underdog, that doesn't make much sense to me. Mizzou's only loss this season is to OU though, remember that.