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Then that could put Florida in the BCS champ game.....sickening
I would love that. All SEC championship game would make a lot of people have a stroke.
That scenario and us creaming Clem is the only way we have a shot at an at large bid.
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True, never looked at it that way. They just aren't that good
I thought it was only 2 SEC teams in BCS...............
Only two can make it. We want Florida and UGA to lose. The more they lose the better for us. Then we need to clock the dabos.
Three can go to BCS is two are in the title game
Incorrect. See last year
"Can go" not "will go". Do you know how the at large process works? The bowls can take any team in the top 12 of their standings.
I would rather have UF there than the butt sniffers, a team that we demolished and is perhaps the most over-ranked team in the nation.
Imagine same scenario, but Georgia beating bama. Cocktail party rematch for title?
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He understands if better than you apparently do. If 2 SEC teams including the conference champ play for the national title, no other SEC team is allowed a bid. The only exception to the two per conference cap is if two teams excluding the conference champ play for the title. In that extremely unlikely scenario, the conference champion would still get the automatic bid to the Sugar Bowl.
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I'd hate that. One team we mopped the floor with and another team we should have.
Why be sickened with that scenario? We had our chance to do something about it when we played Florida earlier. We s*#t the bed. No reason to worry about it now.
I think only 3 can go if two are in the championship game and neither is the Conf champion, which is also guaranteed a bcs spot.
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