With So. Miss polishing off a big win vs. Houston, we can look forward to this afternoon's late games:
Iowa St. at #11 KSU - FSN (currently 17-13 K-State at half. They could get a BCS spot if TCU is unable to move up)
UNLV at #18 TCU - Vs. (currently 21-3 in 2nd. See BCS potential)
#22 Texas at #17 Baylor - ABC (No, Baylor will not be in BCS)
#14 Georgia vs. #1 LSU - CBS
Hopefully this last weekend will deliver some more good games. Discuss and enjoy.
Apparetenty he was visiting his home town and lost control of a 1970 coupe. Nobody injured and he wasn't drunk.
So Houston is confirming what we all knew: They suck. As in they're really, really bad. Barring the unforeseeable, Houston is going to lose and that means we'll be playing #18 TCU in the Sugar Bowl.
I haven't watched much of TCU this season so I know nothing of their strengths or weaknesses. To those who have watched TCU this season, please elaborate on their playing style, what they're good at, what they're bad at, etc.
The UNLV-TCU game is on Versus. Here's a link for those without Versus: http://www.firstrowsports.tv/watch/95915/1/watch-unlv-vs-%2818%29-tcu.html
instead of bombing game discussion threads with bowl prognostications, this thread seeks to unify them. One anxiety thread to rule them all.
/commence anxiety. I will start - Houston loss, LSU win, Wisconsin win. Who will we play, damn you?
If all goes to chalk, Houston will be our opponent in the Sugar Bowl.
I figured this deserves its own thread to get peoples' comments not only on how the game is going, but how they see the potential future matchup for us going.
1. Wisconsin (by a lot) or MSU (by a lot)
3. Oklahoma State
4. Southern Miss
5. Iowa State
7. New Mexico
Your warrior-poets must defeat the dirty cheaters who wear different colors in order to ensure Michigan gets a Sugar Bowl slot.
Ed: Fixed the Rose Bowl typo.