Found November 28, 2012 on Gridiron Grit:
US Presswire Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook Who would have thought way back during the preseason that we would have pair of 11-1 MAC team (division winners) with the chances of continuing their postseason with a BCS bowl at stake? The winner of this game will likely crack the top 16 and remain ahead of the Big East champion, which would automatically put them in a BCS bowl for the committees to decide on. The order will simply be the Fiesta, Sugar followed by the Orange Bowl. With the Ducks matchup with Kansas State (or OU i they beat TCU and TX beats KSU) in the Fiesta and the Rose getting the Big Ten against the Pac-12, it really just comes down to the Sugar and the Orange Bowls in terms of tough decisions. The Big East champion still gets a bid to the BCS, and they would love to select a Louisville or even a Rutgers fanbase to the Superdome against an SEC team ahead of a potential MAC squad. So, realistically speaking we could be witnessing history with the ...
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