Out of the chaos springs questions, possibilities…

Out of the chaos of yesterday’s College Football results, the BCS is now in a state of confusion.  Who will be no, 1 and no. 2?  What happened to Kansas State, was it the infamous “SI curse”?  (Collin Klein was just on the cover of Sports Illustrated)  What happened to Oregon at home?  Is Stanford a very undervalued team and program?  Which one loss SEC team stands to gain the most from yesterday’s failures?  Is is Alabama, or could it be Georgia?  (Apologies, but I hope not!).

Well, the answer to some of this is, none of this has yet been decided.  Kansas State was literally rolled by a Baylor team with a losing record.  Oregon fell to a outstanding Stanford team, that may have been robbed of  an earlier OT victory in South Bend by a controversial call.  Did Stephan Taylor cross the plane of the goal on 4th down or not?  I thought he did.  The referees determined he did not.  Thus, Notre Dame is undefeated.  Notre Dame will likely ascend to no 1.  Alabama perhaps no. 2.  We will look at the polls as they are out a little later, first the AP and Coaches, tonight the BCS.  There are rivalries games to be played next week and then there are conference championship games to played the following week.  So for all the fun and craziness of yesterday, two more weeks remain to determine who will play for the BCS Championship.  And, even then, we all know, there will be questions, and more questions…

On interesting possibility for me, maybe farfetched but pleasant to entertain for now non the less; Georgia Tech has the opportunity to not only perhaps win the Coastal Division of the ACC, but they can upset Georgia next weekend and remove that budding possibility before it has time to take full bloom.  OK, I know, now I am being a Tech fan!!

Later with the polls and more…


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