Why are the Michigan Wolverines likely headed for the Sugar Bowl while the Michigan State Spartans are headed for the Outback?
In these finals hours before all the ballots are cast for the polls that will determine which team finishes second in the final BCS standings and gets the opportunity to face LSU in January 9’s National Championship Game, I figured I’d make a last-minute case for Oklahoma State, whom I feel deserves that #2 spot.
A friend of mine passed along this note to me yesterday, but I forgot to post about it. Seeing as how the Big Ten Championship Game is tomorrow though, I figured I better get something out now or else I’d have forever kept this useful information from all of the loyal Naptown denizens who frequent MSF.
If the BCS is supposed to pit the two best teams in the nation against each other in the national championship game, then this year, it will have worked if LSU and Alabama end up meeting to decide the BCS National Championship.
Josh Tinley’s regular Things I Learned This Weekend post is a day late, but it most certainly is not a dollar short. In fact, Josh added a few extra things to compensate for his tardiness.