Ok, so is there a rule against playing any more games outside of bowls? What I'm asking is, would the NCAA or any school rule prohibit a real life, "let's settle it on the field" game? If Oklahoma State challenged Bama to a game, winner gets nothing but pride because it obviously won't be recognized by the polls or BCS, could it happen?
I'm sure either school would love to host. I'm sure there would be neutral sites that would also love to host and there'd be plenty of options within driving distance for both schools. I would really want to see this game. I didn't watch last nights tilt, because I didn't care. I already saw them play, I know how it went, I don't care. Bama players last night said they would like to play Oklahoma State. Gundy said he wanted a shot at Bama. So, other than the fact that it's all talk, I say, make it happen. Can someone explain to me, other than political and PR crap, why this couldn't happen?
I know it won't happen, I'm just curious if it could.