Notre Dame v. Alabama 2012, when 6 of top 10 BCS teams are SEC
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and yet only 2 can play in the BCS.
An 8-team playoff? Or a 10-team playoff with 1/2 to sit out first round?
Also, Oregon > Stanford.
Oregon > Stanford makes no sense.
Alabama BARELY squeaked by Georgia.
And Ohio State could smoke all these teams.
Does the B in BCS stand for Bull?
Panda, Oregon is ranked #4. Stanford is ranked #6.
Ergo, Oregon > Stanford makes perfect BCS sense.
I'm with you on Ohio State; they have a future heisman contender at QB, and one of the best 3 coaches of the last 10 years (the others besides Urban Meyer being Pete Carroll and Nick Saban).
I think Ohio State v. Alabama would be the "best" national championship game, and the likely outcome of a 4 or 8 or 10-team playoff.
And yes, we've always known BCS stands for Bull.
Just look at the convoluted rules that allows Northern Illinois ahead of Oklahoma in a BCS game but that often denied great teams like Utah and Boise State a shot at the title.