Another week and another undefeated goes down. Stanford just didn’t have the offense that Oregan has and now the Ducks are back in the BCS Championship talks. Will they quack in there? We’ll see that in the BCS Standings. Nobody was undefeated in the Pick It and Stick It but I was dumb enough to forget to put my picks in for the morning game. I think I came out alright but I do not forsee a way into the title just yet. I’m going to need some major help. Let’s look at the standings:
|Rank||Pick Set Name||Total||Dropped||W-L|
|1||Bryce Brown for Heisman!||146||36||146-83|
|4||TCU Travel Agent||138||36||138-94|
|6||Pay for Play||135||23||135-95|
Bryce Brown for Heisman dropped the hammer on everyone else this week, except for TCU Travel Agent. He had Penn State covering the spread, as well as TCU, Mississippi State, and Central Florida. That put him squarely in the lead with 6 points to give. TCU travel agent did equally as well but just not quite. Keltron 3000 put in all of the picks but walked away with 9 for the week, barely holding onto 2nd. Meanwhile, I flubbed my first half picks and salvaged 7. Just think, I might’ve been in 2nd if I put all of them in. The rest of crew fell asleep and missed out on all of the picks. Here’s the BCS Standings.
|BCS||Harris Poll||USA Today||Computer Rankings|
Alabama moved on up thanks to the Stanford loss. Oregon is at 2nd thanks to their blowout victory. Believe it or not, now Oklahoma is back in the conversation. The last couple of weeks will be heart stopping as it looks like the SEC title game and Bedlam will decide who will go the BCS Championship game. Big 12 wise, Kansas State moves up a spot thanks to their 4 overtime win over Texas A&M. Baylor also moves up thanks to their overtime win over Kansas. Somehow Texas made it to 23 even though they lost last week. That’s weird. It will also mean a bigger piece is at stake when they play Kansas State this week. I can’t wait!