Big Ten: How Did They Fare In BCS After Week 9?
Week 9 of the college football season has been played and as far as the BCS standings go for the Big Ten, the games resulted in one team staying put, one team moving up a tad, one team dropping out [...]
Auburn’s Defense Will be Tigers’ Achilles Heel in BCS National Championship Game
When Auburn beat Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl, I became the biggest Michigan State fan in the state of Texas. After last year’s catastrophe of a BCS National Championship Game, I’ve I have craved a hard-fought, down-to-the-wire title game [...]
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BCS Standings: Oregon Ducks Passed Over for BCS At-Large Bid
The Oregon Ducks struggled down the stretch in 2013, losing two conference games down the stretch to lose control of the Pac-12 title race on two separate occasions to the Stanford Cardinal. Those losses put their streak of four-straight BCS [...]
BCS Standings: Auburn Tigers Season of Destiny Heads to BCS Title Game
After the Auburn Tigers upset the then-No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, there was plenty of concern that the SEC would not get the opportunity to extend their streak of seven-straight BCS National Championships. With the Florida State Seminoles and Ohio [...]
Florida State vs. Auburn: Finally, A BCS Title Game We Can All Enjoy
Who else was thrilled after Auburn shocked the world with their time-expiring missed field goal return to beat Alabama last weekend? Huh, show of hands? (If you’re raising your hand right now, I do apologize for how you must feel.) [...]
BCS Standings: Alabama Crimson Tide Drops to No. 4, Likely Heading to Orange Bowl
Alabama‘s hopes of returning to a third consecutive BCS National Championship were severely damaged Saturday at Auburn, but they weren’t killed. The loss sent the Crimson Tide down to No. 4 in the BCS standings and vaulted the Tigers to [...]
Auburn Tigers Should Jump Ohio State Buckeyes with SEC Title Game Victory
When Auburn’s Chris Davis returned a missed last-second field goal 109 yards (100 officially) for the game-winning score against Alabama, the shockwave was felt from Tuscaloosa, Ala. to Columbus, Ohio. The nation’s No. 1 team had fallen. The now third-ranked Tigers punched [...]