Lesson time as we figure out not only our picks and the BCS, but also what kind of BCS math to expect in the Big 12 this year. From what I’ve heard is that if the Big 12 South teams all end up tied then it would be head to head then BCS Standings. I can be completely wrong with my math however. Texas has the clearest sailing with Kansas and Texas A&M coming left. Tech has the challange this week against Oklahoma, then they cool off against Baylor. Oklahoma has the touhgest path with Tech this week and Oklahoma State next week. I don’t know what’s gonna happen but I’ve been thinking about the scenrios for last coulple of days and my head is starting to hurt. Don’t worry, though, as I won’t get kicked off the team or murder my neighbor.
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Well lookie here, it seems that the Purple Yeti actually tied for first for the first time this year. Is the turn around too late? Who knows. Props to both the Purple Yeti and Cabbottmtf for picking the spread against Missouri Saturday. And Krizzou thought it was in hand. It should be an easy ride to the finish line for both Cabbottmtf and the Purple Yeti. So what’s the Yeti to do for the major bet this year? Let us know. Nothing much else to say except the Yeti was the only one to call the Iowa upset. That brings us the BCS:
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Speaking of the Iowa upset, thanks to them, Penn State dropped out of BCS title contention and fell all the way to 8th on the title rankings. It’s a clear sail for a Big 12 team and an SEC team, that is if the Big 12 south ever gets figured out. Boise State moves up to 9th in classic buster format. Seeing as the top 5 teams will beat each other up to end the year, both Boise State and Utah are poised to make an appearance. Chances are, however, that the SEC and Big 12 will take up some slots and leave room for one of those. The Utah vs BYU game to end the year is gonna be huge.