Found November 05, 2013 on
Jordan Lynch (left) and Derek Carr are hoping to lead their teams to a BCS bowl game. Who has the best shot? Photo: USA Today Sports photos used in illustration.
As we start to head down the final stretch of the college football season we are focusing largely on who will be playing in the BCS championship game. Of course, there is also the annual look to see who might be crashing the BCS party from one of those other conferences as well. This year there is no Boise State but we do have last year's BCS crasher Northern Illinois in the mix. Unfortunately for the Huskies, it is Fresno State who currently sits in the best position as of right now. This brings us to this week's question...
Two teams are vying to bust the BCS one last time under the current format. Who wins the neck-and-neck race to a BCS bowl game, Fresno State or Northern Illinois (or neither?)
The Case for Fresno State
Fresno State currently is ranked 16th in the BCS standings. As they also are ranked a...
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As anticipated, Florida State moved up to BCS No. 2 over Oregon in the BCS Standings for week 11, but the Seminoles may not stay there for long if the Ducks beat Stanford this week. The BCS top seven teams were projected correctly early this morning. No. 16 Fresno State is now ranked high enough to bust the BCS as long as Louisville and UCF (an AQ champion) are ranked below them...
Derek Carr, Fresno State: 39 of 55 for 487 yards, 3 TDs and 0 Ints vs Nevada. Following his former #1 pick brother to Fresno State, Derek did something he could not do in his career: take down Boise State. His Bulldogs now aim for a BCS Bowl.
Anthony LaCoste, Air Force: 23 carries for 263 yards, 3 TDs vs. Army.
Josh Harper, Fresno State: 17...
Undefeated and attracting more national attention each week, Fresno State is poised to remain focused while beginning a challenging final stretch of the regular season.
The No. 17 Bulldogs try for a 14th straight regular-season victory Saturday night when they visit Wyoming in a Mountain West Conference matchup.
Fresno State (8-0, 5-0) is off to its best start since the 1989 team...
Everyone is talking about five teams in college football right now, or at least giving them an outside chance to win it all: Alabama, Florida State, Oregon, Ohio State, and Baylor. But while those teams are the clear elite, don’t let them completely distract you from some other great football being played around the country.
So who is worth bringing up in conversation...