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Amars
11-12-2006, 08:47 PM
http://msn.foxsports.com/cfb/poll?poll=BCS
1 Ohio State 11-0 1 2800 .982 1 1574 .999 .930 1 .977
2 Michigan 11-0 2 2688 .943 2 1513 .961 1.000 2 .974
3 USC 8-1 3 2458 .862 4 1373 .872 .860 7 .870
4 Florida 9-1 4 2441 .856 3 1381 .877 .800 4 .850
5 Notre Dame 9-1 5 2267 .795 5 1273 .808 .840 9 .819
6 Rutgers 9-0 7 2024 .710 8 1082 .687 .950 13 .787
7 Arkansas 9-1 6 2234 .784 6 1248 .792 .680 11 .757
8 West Virginia 8-1 8 1864 .654 7 1113 .707 .600 10 .658
9 Wisconsin 10-1 11 1678 .589 10 928 .589 .740 15 .643
10 Louisville 8-1 10 1711 .600 12 884 .561 .750 3 .641
11 LSU 8-2 9 1846 .648 9 1054 .669 .480 12 .603
12 Boise State 10-0 13 1471 .516 13 830 .527 .610 14 .554
13 Texas 9-2 12 1630 .572 11 927 .589 .380 5 .517
14 Auburn 9-2 15 1304 .458 15 721 .458 .480 6 .468
15 California 8-2 17 1033 .362 17 580 .368 .580 8 .439
16 Wake Forest 9-1 14 1341 .471 14 724 .460 .370 19 .436
17 Oklahoma 8-2 16 1257 .441 16 711 .451 .260 17 .387
18 Georgia Tech 8-2 18 936 .328 18 566 .359 .390 18 .361
19 Maryland 8-2 21 567 .199 21 325 .206 .250 23 .220
20 Boston College 8-2 20 600 .211 20 384 .244 .200 22 .219
21 Virginia Tech 8-2 19 694 .244 19 420 .267 .100 21 .205
22 Tennessee 7-3 22 397 .139 23 213 .135 .290 16 .189
23 Nebraska 8-3 23 396 .139 22 228 .145 .020 26 .102
24 Oregon 7-3 25 129 .045 26 72 .046 .170 20 .087
25 Brigham Young 8-2 24 325 .114 24 116 .074 .000 28 .063

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:48 PM
Can't say I'm surprised

Amars
11-12-2006, 08:48 PM
Strength of schedule. USC has a harder schedule. Florida hasnt beaten a top 10 team yet.

Amars
11-12-2006, 08:52 PM
If ND beats USC they might jump over Florida. Florida needs to win the SEC.

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:52 PM
Strength of schedule. USC has a harder schedule. Florida hasnt beaten a top 10 team yet.

:sidelol: And USC has?


Besides, Strength of Schedule isn't part of the formula anymore. Its on the voters minds I'm sure but the actual numbers aren't there.

DonShula84
11-12-2006, 08:52 PM
A win vs USC should be enough for ND to protect it's lead over RU and Arkansas. I still think Arkansas loses to LSU though. I'm a little surprised that UF was jumped by USC but I think it looks pretty good.

Amars
11-12-2006, 08:53 PM
:sidelol: And USC has?


Besides, Strength of Schedule isn't part of the formula anymore. Its on the voters minds I'm sure but the actual numbers aren't there.

They beat Arkansas big time.

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:53 PM
If ND beats USC they might jump over Florida.

Doubtful, the way ND was blown out at home the only way they should be in ths Title game is if everyone else in front of them loses.

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:54 PM
They beat Arkansas big time.

An they were top 10? No.

They also beat them without McFadden and Mustain

Amars
11-12-2006, 08:55 PM
Florida needs to win SEC

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:55 PM
As of right now Florida has played a much harder schedule than USC. USC does have a harder last couple weeks though. SEC Championship could be the key.

DonShula84
11-12-2006, 08:55 PM
Doubtful, the way ND was blown out at home the only way they should be in ths Title game is if everyone else in front of them loses.


I agree, UF wins out they should get it over ND. And i still have some problems with ND playing OSU for title over a 1 loss Michigan, as hard it is for me to say that.

Motion
11-12-2006, 08:56 PM
Florida needs to win SEC
Obviously

Amars
11-12-2006, 08:58 PM
An they were top 10? No.

They also beat them without McFadden and Mustain


Its not were you start its were you finish. Auburn was rank 3 before but they didnt deserve that spot hence their 2 losses. Rank 14 where they should be.

They put 50pts up on Arkansas. Still would of been a tough game for Ark to win.

Amars
11-12-2006, 09:00 PM
Where will the loser of Mich vs. OSU fall? 2 -4

Motion
11-12-2006, 09:03 PM
Its not were you start its were you finish. Auburn was rank 3 before but they didnt deserve that spot hence their 2 losses. Rank 14 where they should be.

They put 50pts up on Arkansas. Still would of been a tough game for Ark to win.

You honestly think that the Arkansas team that USC beat is the same one thats playing now??!

:goof:Wow

Motion
11-12-2006, 09:03 PM
Where will the loser of Mich vs. OSU fall? 2 -4

All depends how close their game is IMO.

Amars
11-12-2006, 09:17 PM
You honestly think that the Arkansas team that USC beat is the same one thats playing now??!

:goof:Wow


Do you think the Florida team that struggle the last 2 weeks and should of lost against SC if not for false start penalty on the left guard shouldnt have fallen a spot. I guess it doesnt matter because they won just like USC did.

Amars
11-12-2006, 09:21 PM
UF should like their chances of playing for the National championship because USC still has a tough schedule and winning the next 3 games are going to be tough. Cal, ND and UCLA is not going to be easy and I would be surprise if they win out.

Motion
11-12-2006, 09:55 PM
Do you think the Florida team that struggle the last 2 weeks and should of lost against SC if not for false start penalty on the left guard shouldnt have fallen a spot. I guess it doesnt matter because they won just like USC did.

:rolleyes2 Did you even watch that game? False start penalty? Yeah I'm sure the 2 blocked FGs and 1 blocked PAT had nothing to do with it.

Fact is, up until now Florida has played a harder schedule that USC and their only loss was to a tough Auburn team on the road. USC was beaten by an unranked team, plain and simple.

Regardless, its pointless to argue over this stuff right now. We'll find out who is who in 3 weeks.

MikeO
11-12-2006, 09:58 PM
:sidelol: And USC has?


Besides, Strength of Schedule isn't part of the formula anymore. Its on the voters minds I'm sure but the actual numbers aren't there.

SOS isn't part of the formula. But they had Oregon, Cal, and ND left. They can pick up more points by beating higher rated teams than Florida can.

Florida only has Arkansas. USC can pick up points 3 times opposed to Florida's once

Amars
11-12-2006, 10:11 PM
:rolleyes2 Did you even watch that game? False start penalty? Yeah I'm sure the 2 blocked FGs and 1 blocked PAT had nothing to do with it.

Fact is, up until now Florida has played a harder schedule that USC and their only loss was to a tough Auburn team on the road. USC was beaten by an unranked team, plain and simple.

Regardless, its pointless to argue over this stuff right now. We'll find out who is who in 3 weeks.


The false start with 1min left in the game when WR caught the ball at 5 was a huge call.

Cuban Dave 9
11-12-2006, 10:23 PM
The false start with 1min left in the game when WR caught the ball at 5 was a huge call.
You do know what happens during a falsestart right? It's a dead ball, so that play shouldn't have even happened

Dors156
11-12-2006, 10:44 PM
usc:tantrum:

i hope they lose the rest of their games i hate them with a passion

Get Up And Go
11-12-2006, 11:02 PM
usc:tantrum:

i hope they lose the rest of their games i hate them with a passion

they are pretty over-rated.

Kev83
11-12-2006, 11:13 PM
It's funny to me how a team like USC gets praise, when their level of competition was weaker for the first part of the season.

USC should be penalized for losing to an unranked team. At least Florida lost in a close game, away from home, to a good team.

That's why the #3 spot should be Florida's for now. If USC won their next 3, they should jump UF. If UF then beat a top-tier Arkansas, it's within a hundredths or thousandths or a point.

Motion
11-12-2006, 11:27 PM
SOS isn't part of the formula. But they had Oregon, Cal, and ND left. They can pick up more points by beating higher rated teams than Florida can.

Florida only has Arkansas. USC can pick up points 3 times opposed to Florida's once

I realize this. What I don't get is what have they done so far to earn the #3 spot.

Wombat
11-12-2006, 11:49 PM
Has anybody been checking for 9# Wisconsin?

Doesn't a team have to be in the top 6 to get an automatic bid?

Motion
11-12-2006, 11:51 PM
Has anybody been checking for 9# Wisconsin?

Doesn't a team have to be in the top 6 to get an automatic bid?

Depends, there are 6 automatic conference bids and 4 at-large bids.

Wisconsin could be in line for one of the at-large bids. Their 1 loss is too Michigan.

Amars
11-12-2006, 11:55 PM
I realize this. What I don't get is what have they done so far to earn the #3 spot.


Still alot of football to be played. Things can easily change next week.

Slappy8800
11-13-2006, 12:40 AM
rutgers!

Pennington's Rocket Arm
11-13-2006, 12:43 AM
i'm not worried. if UF wins out, they'll be fine.

Martel
11-13-2006, 05:25 AM
SC would DESTROY Florida. Just like the destroy all those over-rated SEC teams every year. Arkansas #7? :lol: Keep hatin.

And this is a DOWN year for SC too....

Motion
11-13-2006, 07:17 AM
SC would DESTROY Florida. Just like the destroy all those over-rated SEC teams every year. Arkansas #7? :lol: Keep hatin.

And this is a DOWN year for SC too....

:sleep:

Amars
11-13-2006, 10:50 AM
:sleep:
:sleep: :sleep: :lol:

finswin56
11-13-2006, 11:27 AM
Its not were you start its were you finish. Auburn was rank 3 before but they didnt deserve that spot hence their 2 losses. Rank 14 where they should be.

They put 50pts up on Arkansas. Still would of been a tough game for Ark to win.Totally different team for Arkansas. I'm pretty sure they're playing 17 Freshmen. 17! That team doesn't even resemble the Arkansas team from week 1. They've grown leaps and bounds.

Oboy
11-13-2006, 12:00 PM
usc:tantrum:

i hope they lose the rest of their games i hate them with a passion
Actually I am hoping for USC to lose to Cal, then beat ND. That would be the perfect scenario! :wink: Then #3 and 5 in the BCS would lose another game!

THEN IF UF is to lose another game (I HOPE NOT), lets face it Arkansas looks really good right now. Then at least Rutgers (the 'other' team I am rooting for) will have their fate in their hands!

Pennington's Rocket Arm
11-13-2006, 01:02 PM
it'd be very very easy for arkansas to get into the championship game. they have to win out, including a win over UF (which i can't say is impossible at ALL), cal has to beat USC, and USC has to beat notre dame. all very very possible.

and for rutgers....wellll....same thing, except UF has to lose to FSU and UF has to beat arkansas.

Get Up And Go
11-13-2006, 09:37 PM
SC would DESTROY Florida. Just like the destroy all those over-rated SEC teams every year. Arkansas #7? :lol: Keep hatin.

And this is a DOWN year for SC too....

yeah and the Pac 10 is the greatest conference:lol:

Mike13
11-13-2006, 10:57 PM
SC would DESTROY Florida. Just like the destroy all those over-rated SEC teams every year. Arkansas #7? :lol: Keep hatin.

And this is a DOWN year for SC too....

Wasn't USC supposed to destroy Texas?

USC is overrated, they would not survive in the SEC.

Oboy
11-14-2006, 10:33 AM
Wasn't USC supposed to destroy Texas?

USC is overrated, they would not survive in the SEC.
:yeahthat:

:shakeno:

Pennington's Rocket Arm
11-14-2006, 10:34 AM
SC still has no defense. funny how people bashed louisville for having no defense but now all those folks are on the USC bandwagon....interesting.

Martel
11-14-2006, 12:50 PM
Wasn't USC supposed to destroy Texas?

USC is overrated, they would not survive in the SEC.


Yeah and guess what? Texas ain't in the SEC. They would not survive it? What does that mean? They would lose every week?


Please back that statement up with some form of reality based thinking. The SEC has been SC's biotch for awhile now, so......what are you talking about?

Timmy54
11-14-2006, 03:12 PM
should be a playoff but that is a different story

Motion
11-14-2006, 03:16 PM
The SEC has been SC's biotch for awhile now, so......what are you talking about?

What?

Because they beat a Arkansas team missing its biggest star and beat an overrated Auburn team a couple years ago? Get real.

Mike13
11-14-2006, 03:19 PM
Yeah and guess what? Texas ain't in the SEC. They would not survive it? What does that mean? They would lose every week?


Please back that statement up with some form of reality based thinking. The SEC has been SC's biotch for awhile now, so......what are you talking about?

I never said that Texas was in the SEC, You said that USC would crush UF and I said just like they were supposed to crush Texas, which they didn't.

USC benefits from playing in a weak conference, if they were in the SEC they would not be as good. Maybe if they still had Lienart and Bush they would contend in that conference, but now they wouldn't be able to.
And they have no defense, as has been said.