Well, Sabin got that one second to kick the 57 yard field goal. In that bad idea lay the end (hopefully) of Alabama's third title run. Auburn will probably jump Ohio State who also just survived. It was a ballsy idea for Michigan to go for two, but that play to get the two was rather silly. The Big Ten is just terrible.
South Carolina beat up Clemson and asserted some SEC dominance. Johnny Football's Heisman hopes are probably gone and Missouri might be able to get ahead of Alabama making it virtually impossible for them to get in. My Irish went to Stanford did surprisingly well not enough to win, but they could have if Tommy Reese wasn't his usual Jekyll and Hyde self. Thankfully, his tenure will end at whatever crappy bowl they go to. Oregon wins the Civil War. To me, the Pac-10 or 12 doesn't look that great.
Duke of all teams gets a shot at the ACC title against FSU who will probably rip them to shreds while their QB awaits rape charges and a possible Heisman trophy. USC is going coach hunting as is Nebraska, Florida and Georgia whether they tell people or not. Next week is the title games and then a bunch of bowl games no one cares about til we get the title game that is an absolute mess, now for the greater good.
(edited by lotjx on 1.12.13 0736) The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
You got the rankings right, but you got the reasoning for those rankings wrong. First you have to break the tie between Denver and San Diego to see who wins the division and who gets the wild card. The wild card team is automatically #5.