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CubsWoo Bauerwurst Level: 25 Posts: 20/112 EXP: 86988 For next: 2633 Since: 25.4.02 From: Chi-town burbs Since last post: 4139 days Last activity: 33 days
AIM: # 1 Posted on 17.11.02 1954.53 Reposted on: 17.11.09 1956.12 All these are assuming: 1: All conference champions are won by the higher ranked/team with more wins. 2: The bowl closest to 1 January takes the highest-ranked team (in the cases of CUSA 5/6/7, etc) New Orleans Bowl: North Texas (Sun Belt Champion) vs. UAB (CUSA #5, need a win) or Tulane GMAC Bowl: Louisville (CUSA #2) vs. Marshall (MAC #2) Tangerine Bowl: North Carolina State (ACC #4) vs. At-Large Sega Sports Las Vegas Bowl: New Mexico (Mountain West #2) vs. Oregon (Pac-10 #5) ConAgra Foods Hawaii Bowl: Hawaii (Host) vs. Cincinatti (C-USA #4, need a win) Motor City Bowl: Northern Illinois (MAC #1) vs. At-Large Insight.com Bowl: West Virginia (Big East #3) vs. Arizona State (Pac-10 #4) Houston Bowl: Southern Mississippi (CUSA #3) vs. Nebraska (Big 12 #7) MainStay Independence Bowl: Iowa State (Big 12 #6) vs. South Carolina (SEC #7, need a win) Pacific Life Holiday Bowl: USC (Pac-10 #2) vs. Kansas State (Big 12 #3) 2002 Alamo Bowl Presented by Mastercard: Purdue (Big 10 #4, need a win) vs. Texas (Big 12 #4) Contintental Tire Bowl: Clemson (ACC #6) vs. Boston College (Big East #5) Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl: Wisconsin (Big 10 #6) vs. Tennessee (SEC #6) Seattle Bowl: BYU (Mountain West #4, need a win) vs. Georgia Tech (ACC #5) Crucial.com Humanitarian Bowl: Boise State (WAC, Host) vs. Texas A&M (Big 12 #8) Wells-Fargo Sun Bowl: Minnesota (Big 10 #5) vs. UCLA (Pac-10 #3) Silicon Valley Football Classic: Fresno State (WAC) vs. Oregon State (Pac-10 #6) AXA Liberty Bowl: TCU (CUSA #1) vs. Colorado State (Mountain West #1) Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Virginia (ACC #3) vs. Arkansas (SEC #5) Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl: Air Force (Mountain West #3) vs. Virginia Tech (Big East #4) Outback Bowl: Penn State (Big 10 #3) vs. Auburn (SEC #4) SBC Cotton Bowl: Colorado (Big 12 #2) vs. Florida (SEC #3) Toyota Gator Bowl: Pittsburgh (Big East #2) vs. Maryland (ACC #2) Capital One Bowl: Michigan (Big 10 #2) vs. LSU (SEC #2) Rose Bowl: Iowa (Big 10 Champion/at-large) vs. Washington State (Pac-10 Champion) Nokia Sugar Bowl: Georgia (SEC Champion) vs. Notre Dame (At-Large) FedEx Orange Bowl: Oklahoma (Big 12 Champion/At-Large) vs. Florida State (ACC Champion) Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: Ohio State (BCS #1) vs. Miami (FL) (BCS #2) 6+ win teams without a bowl currently: Clemson Tulane Miami (OH) Toledo California Washington Arkansas State (6-7) San Jose State South Florida Promote this thread!
Quezzy Knackwurst Level: 111 Posts: 721/3381 EXP: 14572719 For next: 295687 Since: 6.1.02 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 22 hours # 2 Posted on 17.11.02 2259.04 Reposted on: 17.11.09 2259.14 Question: Do teams who go to the SEC and Big 12 Championship games but lose get the #2 spot automatically?
TheCow Landjager Level: 64 Posts: 209/948 EXP: 2164249 For next: 49860 Since: 3.1.02 From: Knoxville, TN Since last post: 3272 days Last activity: 3271 days
Y!: # 3 Posted on 17.11.02 2308.13 Reposted on: 17.11.09 2317.03 I think that sounds about right. Also, California's on probation, so they're not bowl-eligible anyway.
dunkndollaz Banger Back to Back Survivor Level: 99 Posts: 602/2628 EXP: 9989447 For next: 10588 Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 18 days Last activity: 2 days # 4 Posted on 19.11.02 1101.38 Reposted on: 19.11.09 1102.18 The Bowl selection and watching Nebraska lose are my favorite things about the college football season. and where you finish in the conference doesn't neccesarily determine where you play - it just means that the Bowl gets that # choice. A bowl could pick a team that finished lower in the conference but is a better fit geographically. It's all about the $$$'s
redsoxnation Scrapple Level: 156 Posts: 956/7534 EXP: 47590194 For next: 899534 Since: 24.7.02 Since last post: 1301 days Last activity: 1301 days # 5 Posted on 19.11.02 1133.17 Reposted on: 19.11.09 1136.11 If you actually go by conference standings at this point, Pitt would be Big East #1, with a better overall conference record. All I'm asking for this weekend is 3 of the 4 from Washington, Pitt, Texas Tech, and Michigan to pull upsets. The 1977 back from the dead theory might actually work.
HitTheSnoozeButton Boudin rouge Level: 50 Posts: 317/530 EXP: 904812 For next: 42512 Since: 2.1.02 From: Pittsburgh PA Since last post: 2911 days Last activity: 117 days # 6 Posted on 19.11.02 1424.50 Reposted on: 19.11.09 1425.58 I said it awhile ago, and I know I sound like a broken record, but Pitt will beat Miami. Final score: Pitt 27 Miami 24
drjayphd Scrapple Moderator Level: 119 Posts: 749/4020 EXP: 18710656 For next: 218690 Since: 22.4.02 From: Outside of Boston Since last post: 29 days Last activity: 5 days # 7 Posted on 22.11.02 0034.41 Reposted on: 22.11.09 0037.15 Originally posted by HitTheSnoozeButton I said it awhile ago, and I know I sound like a broken record, but Pitt will beat Miami. Final score: Pitt 27 Miami 24 Not quite, but thanks for playing... Miami 28 Pitt 21
CubsWoo Bauerwurst Level: 25 Posts: 29/112 EXP: 86988 For next: 2633 Since: 25.4.02 From: Chi-town burbs Since last post: 4139 days Last activity: 33 days
AIM: # 8 Posted on 22.11.02 2028.02 Reposted on: 22.11.09 2029.01 In the case of teams having higher conference rankings (just based on playing more games,) I put the higher-ranked team there. Example is Ohio State - they're still a half-game back of Iowa but ranked #2 in the nation and BCS. Same with Miami before yesterday. Next week should clear it a lot more.
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