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nirvanafan1
OK, I've been reading about this so called "rule" that only two teams from each conference can make a BCS bowl, but just looking over the stated BCS rules that were linked in another thread, I don't see any such language. So are the talking heads just tossing out a bunch of bullcrap, or is there some legal mumbo-jumbo that I'm not catching? I do agree that USC will likely jump Michigan, so this is practically a dead argument.
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wizzler
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OK, I've been reading about this so called "rule" that only two teams from each conference can make a BCS bowl, but just looking over the stated BCS rules that were linked in another thread, I don't see any such language. So are the talking heads just tossing out a bunch of bullcrap, or is there some legal mumbo-jumbo that I'm not catching? I do agree that USC will likely jump Michigan, so this is practically a dead argument.

i can gurantee that i read it on the BCS website, i can also gurantee that i read it in an article about the bcs today. i can gurantee that i will provide you links to both if really required. i can also gurantee that B sqaured is a genius and the proper hire for the head coaching job at UW. the kick off thing against penn state, BRillant. and not Bsquared wants to expose a loop hole. the top 4 teams in the bcs are guranteed a bcs spot. if wiscosnin michigan and usc and ohio state all finish in the top 4(the most likely way it would happen), the three big ten teams would be guranteed a spot. so one rule gurantees a spot for the badgers and then one rule excludes them. i hope it happens, not for the sake of the badgers(although i would love it) but for the sake of the entire college football landscape, it could mean major changes.

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don't assume the Badgers would automatically lose to OSU, they usually play good in recent years against OSU and are playing well lately.


They have been playing only OK lately against the little sisters of the poor. There are still too many turnovers that would be killers against a good team like OSU.
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OK, I've been reading about this so called "rule" that only two teams from each conference can make a BCS bowl, but just looking over the stated BCS rules that were linked in another thread, I don't see any such language. So are the talking heads just tossing out a bunch of bullcrap, or is there some legal mumbo-jumbo that I'm not catching? I do agree that USC will likely jump Michigan, so this is practically a dead argument.

i can gurantee that i read it on the BCS website, i can also gurantee that i read it in an article about the bcs today. i can gurantee that i will provide you links to both if really required. i can also gurantee that B sqaured is a genius and the proper hire for the head coaching job at UW. the kick off thing against penn state, BRillant. and not Bsquared wants to expose a loop hole. the top 4 teams in the bcs are guranteed a bcs spot. if wiscosnin michigan and usc and ohio state all finish in the top 4(the most likely way it would happen), the three big ten teams would be guranteed a spot. so one rule gurantees a spot for the badgers and then one rule excludes them. i hope it happens, not for the sake of the badgers(although i would love it) but for the sake of the entire college football landscape, it could mean major changes.



Here is what I posted a couple of weeks ago containing the link for the BCS rules:

Unfortunately Slim three teams from one conference in the BCS is impossible. Its against the all-mighty BCS rules explained here:

[link=http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/bcs_explained.html]http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/bcs_explained.html[/link]

Here is the important part from the above link:

As in the current BCS arrangement, no more than two teams from the same conference may play in the BCS bowls in any particular year.
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I'm sick of playing the same teams. Auburn and Georgia are old news. I'd love to beat Florida. It would really boost Bucky's national perception.
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don't assume the Badgers would automatically lose to OSU, they usually play good in recent years against OSU and are playing well lately.
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nirvanafan1
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OK, I've been reading about this so called "rule" that only two teams from each conference can make a BCS bowl, but just looking over the stated BCS rules that were linked in another thread, I don't see any such language. So are the talking heads just tossing out a bunch of bullcrap, or is there some legal mumbo-jumbo that I'm not catching? I do agree that USC will likely jump Michigan, so this is practically a dead argument.

i can gurantee that i read it on the BCS website, i can also gurantee that i read it in an article about the bcs today. i can gurantee that i will provide you links to both if really required. i can also gurantee that B sqaured is a genius and the proper hire for the head coaching job at UW. the kick off thing against penn state, BRillant. and not Bsquared wants to expose a loop hole. the top 4 teams in the bcs are guranteed a bcs spot. if wiscosnin michigan and usc and ohio state all finish in the top 4(the most likely way it would happen), the three big ten teams would be guranteed a spot. so one rule gurantees a spot for the badgers and then one rule excludes them. i hope it happens, not for the sake of the badgers(although i would love it) but for the sake of the entire college football landscape, it could mean major changes.



Here is what I posted a couple of weeks ago containing the link for the BCS rules:

Unfortunately Slim three teams from one conference in the BCS is impossible. Its against the all-mighty BCS rules explained here:

[link=http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/bcs_explained.html]http://www.collegefootballpoll.com/bcs_explained.html[/link]

Here is the important part from the above link:

As in the current BCS arrangement, no more than two teams from the same conference may play in the BCS bowls in any particular year.


Alright then, I'll admit that I was wrong, and will agree with the people who say that this is a dumb freaking rule.
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db1112
Wisconsin is Capital One Bowl Bound. Too bad for the best regular season in history that we can't make the BCS.
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