It's a possibility, but I'm not sure. Although I am sure it didn't happen. I know Michigan destroyed ND in South Bend, and UT got beat at home 24-7 by OSU. Texas hasn't beaten one top 15 BCS team, I don't see the rematch or a chance at Michigan.
I already said that all this was dependant on them taking care of their own business which wasnt a given. I just hope they win, I dont care by how much, Winning without your heisman candidate QB is an accomplishment no matter how much you win by.
Who was it that said all these SEC teams are better. Texas is better, California's better, yeah right. The BCS is messed up to begin with. 4 Top 10 teams all lost this week, the highest at the hands or Rutgers.
Florida should have lost, Auburn lost again, Texas Lost again, Cali lost again. Rutgers is yet to lose, nuff said...
Rutgers also hasn't played as tough of a schedule overall, only one ranked opponent. I will agree that a Rutgers fan has no strong reason to think they should be excluded, but teams like Florida, Auburn, and Texas get tested by a tough opponent almost every week...Rutgers only has that one big victory, VS. Louisville. If they beat WVU then they'll have a very strong argument, though. One more reason why a playoff needs to happen. If Rutgers is undefeated then they deserve a shot at the National Championship, that should be unquestionable.
P.S.: Every team has a game that they barely win somewhere in their season, so what does it matter if that was the case for UF vs, South Carolina? I recall that in UF's loss they were close to beating Auburn and had some bad fumbles in the last few minutes that gave AU the game. Should that be counted as a plus for being a game that tehy "should" have won? No. A win is a win, and a loss is a loss...that's always the bottom line, and the way that it should be.
^That's how it should be, but think about this. If Ohio St. destroys Michigan next weekend, beat em by 4 TDs, they have no shot at making the national title game. But if say it's a really close one, and they show that they are indeed the top 2 teams in the country, it's possible that they meet again in the National Championship.
Even if Rutgers beats WVU i dont see a case. They have about 970pts...two wins over the ville and wv will be worth 450pts atleast. They will fall short due to the teams ahead who have over 1500pts. Rutgers would have helped thier cause instead of schedule Howard and did someone in the top 15. They do that and win that game + ville & wv? Stong argument.
This can be all moot if Slaton slays the Scarlet Hens errr knights.