frank beamer #1
I don't know if anyone has posted something about this, but apparently the Big 10 is changing it's tiebreaker rules on who gets to go to BCS bowl games. Original article found here:
One big thing that they changed was that scheduling a I-AA team no longer has an effect on going to BCS games, so I bet you can expect more cupcake games coming to the Big 10.
The other big change is they are adopting the Big 12 rule that screwed Texas last year - in the event of a tie (after head to head), the highest BCS rated team will go.
Just thought I'd put this out there.
Hope everyone has a great weekend, ESPECIALLY Manny Harris.
Anyone catch DS article in the Freep? Basically he says that the B10 doesn't deserve to be in the BCS if OSU gets destroyed on national tv.
Here's the link:
I hate comcast. I moved to the Houston area 5 months ago, and unfortunately Comcast had just bought out Time Warner in the area.
So today in preparation for Toledo, I was looking at adding the Sports Entertainment Package, thinking the BTN would be there. NO DICE!!! Talked to a representative, just to make sure I wasn't missing something and nope it's not available here, but please fill out a comment card on the channell lineup.
I thought per their contract with BTN, Comcast was supposed to add it to some tier in every market? What Happened?