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ACC (top 4): Last 5 conf champs, 1999-2000: FSU (National Champs, 1999), 2001: Maryland, 2002-2003: FSU
1Virginia Tech5-18-22 conf games left; plays Virginia, Miami; If they do not win the BCS bid, whomever beats them probably will
2Florida State6-28-3Done with conference play. Needs help to even claim a share of the ACC title
3tVirginia5-28-2plays VT
3tMiami, FL5-28-2plays Virginia

Big XII: Last 5 conf champs, 1999: Nebraska (North), 2000: Oklahoma (South) (National Champs), 2001: Colorado (North), 2002: Oklahoma (South), 2003: Kansas State (North)
North (top 5):
1Iowa State4-36-4plays Missouri
2tColorado3-46-41 conf game left; plays Nebraska
2tNebraska3-45-51 conf games left; plays Colorado

South (top 2):
1Oklahoma8-011-0Clinched Big XII South title

Big East (top 4): Last 5 conf champs, 1999: VT, 2000-2002: Miami, FL (National Champs, 2001), 2003: WV and Miami, FL
1tWest Virginia4-18-2****Clinches at least share of title with win over Pitt
1tBoston College4-18-2plays Syracuse; Clinches at least a share of the Big East title with win over 'cuse, will take the BCS bid too
3tPittsburgh3-26-31 conf game left; plays WV
3tSyracuse3-25-51 conf game left; plays BC

Big Ten (top 4): Last 5 conf champs, 1999: Wisconsin, 2000 (tie): Michigan and Northwestern and Purdue, 2001: Illinois, 2002 (tie): Iowa and Ohio State (National Champs), 2003: Michigan
1tMichigan7-19-2****Clinched BCS bid and a share of the Big Ten title.
1tIowa7-19-2****Clinched share of Big Ten Title
3Wisconsin6-29-2Shot themselves in the foot

Pac-10 (top 4): Last 5 conf champs, 1999: Standford, 2000 (tie): Oregon and Oregon State and Washington, 2001: Oregon, 2002 (tie): USC and Washington State, 2003: USC (Co-National Champs)
1USC7-010-0****Clinched Pac-10 Title; plays UCLA

SEC: Last 5 conf champs, 1999: Alabama (West), 2000: Florida (East), 2001: LSU (West), 2002: Georgia (East), 2003: LSU (west) (Co-National Champs)
East (top 2):
1Tennessee6-18-2Clinched Div title due to tie-breaker; plays Kentucky
2Georgia6-28-2Done with conf play

West (top 2):
1Auburn8-011-0****Clinched SEC West title

BCS Top 10
1. USC (Pac-10 Champion)
2. Oklahoma (Big XII leader)
3. Auburn (SEC leader)
4. Cal (Pac-10)
5. Texas (Big XII)
6. Utah (Mountain West Champion)
7. Boise State (WAC Champion)
8. Georgia (SEC)
9. Miami FL (ACC)
10. Louisville (CUSA Champion)

Other Conference Leaders
ACC: Virginia Tech (#14 BCS)
Big East: BC (BCS #21)
Big Ten: Michigan (Co-champion) (BCS #12)

BCS Bowl Projections
Orange (BCS #1 vs BCS #2): USC (Pac-10 Champion) vs Oklahoma (Big XII leader)
Sugar (SEC vs At-large): Auburn (SEC Leader) vs BC (Big East leader, at-large)
Fiesta (Big XII vs At-large): Utah (Mountain West Champion, at-large) vs Virginia Tech (ACC leader, at-large)*They lost their champ to the BCS #2 slot, they choose second from the at-large pool)
Rose (Big Ten Champ vs Pac-10 Champ): Michigan (Big Ten co-champion) vs Cal (Pac-10 at-large) *They lost their champ to the BCS #1 slot, they choose first from at-large pool)

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Boston College put up a stinker at home vs. The Orange. There is no one in the Big East that I want to see in a big BCS game... I'd much rather see a Boise State or how a Louisville can do in a big game setting. It's really hard to tell if teams like these are for real or just having the benefit of playing in a secondary division.

Hard not to feel bad for Auburn being left out of the Championship game... You beat Georgia and LSU and go to Tennessee and win there by 24 points and they are going to play against Tennessee again next week. If they win that game they would have won 4 games vs. Top25 teams as Oklahoma & USC only won 3 games each.

smark/net attack wienerville advisory holds at ORANGE alert - High (JBL is STILL WWE champion and now smarks arch enemy HHH is the World Champion. Major red threat, but the undercard seems okay. The alert holds... for now)- 9/19
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Neil O'Donnell is a good backup,I should know.He has been good at helping out the young 3rd-string guy,Billy Volek to takeover the 2nd string after he retires. I like Neil O'Donnell but whenever McNair gets hurt and he comes in,I get really worried.
- ICEMAN, A prediction (2002)
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