maybe i should have had greg howard write the brandon obit.
A very jittery ballot this week.
LSU's results thus far: annihilation at the hands of Georgia and Florida, OT loss to Alabama, 7-point win over South Carolina, 5-point win over horribly-overrated-at-the-time Auburn, and filler. That's not a ranked team (well, at least not any year where the ACC and Big East aren't collectively #26-45 in random order).
Let's hope both Alabama and TT lose and Utah, Boise State don't!!!!
Throwing the BCS into CHAOS !!!
Are you kidding me? Playoffs?!?! We're just trying to win a game.
I like OK State as the top ranked two-loss team by the way.
Fine to have Utah ranked behind the one-loss morass, but aren't OK State, Missouri Georgia and Ohio St kind of all the same? Why Utah behind three of them but ahead of Georgia?
Do folks on/from Krypton actually care who the highest ranked two-loss team is??
Curious what caused the MSU drop; was Georgia barely surviving Kentucky or Pitt blowing out Louisville really that much more impressive than MSU throttling Purdue? (Yes, I know the final was only 14 points; that's because Purdue got the ball back with 9 minutes left and we didn't really care if they wanted to put together an 8-minute TD drive.) Or was it just a re-evaluation of prior results?
(Not that I really disagree with where they are; I'd probably drop Pitt a few spots since they have a bunch of decent wins but no really great ones, along with a pair of bad losses, but Georgia belongs ahead of MSU and I'm kind of shocked you had it the other way last week.)