A Bama-ND BCS Championship Game?

Submitted by team126 on November 17th, 2012 at 9:39 PM

K-state is not going to make it to unbeaten; Oregon looks unlikely too that it would maintain unbeaten.

Of course USC is waiting for ND but USC looked just plain ordinary.

Alabama will meet (and beat) Auburn (hey, give us Derick Green!), and it will beat Georgia for SEC championship.

Of all scenarios, an Alabama-ND match probably is the worst that Brian Kelly  can get.



November 17th, 2012 at 9:42 PM ^

1. Spelling/grammar.

2.  Wait a little while.  Oregon is tied at the half and K-State has scored 10 unanswered.  There's a lot of football to be played yet.

One Inch Woody…

November 17th, 2012 at 9:43 PM ^


Are you kidding me? 

You realize K-State just has to beat this Baylor team to make it to Miami, right? And Oregon always struggles to start games but finishes them strong in the 2nd half. I would bet my life that neither K-State nor Oregon loses tonight. Oregon is also going to kill Oregon State and UCLA... As for ND, they are really good and USC is not very good at all. USC has been overhyped since the start of the season and it's pissing me off... they're terrible. ND will roll them. It's Oregon v. KSU in the national championship game, and that's a lock.


November 17th, 2012 at 10:12 PM ^

And you haven't watched Oregon the rest of the year. I also think you mean against Cal and Stanford. Oregon hasn't played UCLA and against USC Oregon scored 14 1st quarter points and 20 in the second - not a slow start. Even against Cal is a stretch because they still had 14 1st quarter points en route to 24 points in the 1st half. 

Basically you're saying Oregon starts slowly because they have struggled in this one game against Stanford. 

Mich Mash

November 17th, 2012 at 10:07 PM ^

...as much as I'd like to see ND lose and miss out on the National Championship game, would it not improve our chances at a BCS at-large berth (assuming Nebraska wins out, of course)?  We have to remember not to follow in some other teams' footsteps...we can't hate our rival more than we love our own team, just doesn't make sense.  In other words, we should cheer for ND if it improves our shot at a BCS berth, no matter how much we hate them (assuming it would in fact help us...otherwise: to hell with Notre Dame.)


Red is Blue

November 17th, 2012 at 11:37 PM ^

Even with tonight's loss doesn't K State still win the Big 12 by beating Texas?  If they lose to Texas doesn't seem like they'd be a real option for an at large bid.  Long way to say, K State loss tonighty doesn't really matter to us. 

It would help us get closer to top 14 in BCS if K State beats Texas.  However, the Stanford win over Oregon makes it less likely M gets there anyway.


November 17th, 2012 at 10:01 PM ^

Yup that means Oregon's toast game over.. And yup, bama who just lost last week will mar it to the championship? You sound so stupid, why are you allowed to make posts? Why did I even read this post? Im going to bed.