Hugh_Hoy Posted December 7, 2009 Report Share Posted December 7, 2009 Within the hour, we expect to hear which teams will be playing in the BCS. No doubt, Alabama and Texas will be playing the in "national championship game", Texas squeeking by an over-achieving Nebraska yesterday. But no matter who plays against Alabama, I look for an Alabama win. Alabama domintated #1 Florida in every way possible. Maybe that scrimmage against Florida International recently didn't help Florida too much? Few things went right Florida and it was probably the worst game I've seen Tebow play. He looked like an average QB in Saturday's game. Meanwhile, McCoy (Texas) looked about the same as Tebow. Nebraska had 9 sacks and 3 INT's. Secondary coverage of Texas receivers was outstanding for the most part and contributed to McCoy's uncharacteristic performance. It will be interesting to see if both non-BCS schools (TCU and Boise) will be invited to one of the "big" bowls. Both are undefeated and it would be a shame if a school like Clemson (8-4/5) got into one at the expense of one of these teams. As an aside, I was happy to see USC get its come-up-ance against Arizona Saturday. The University of Spoiled Children needed that loss to punctuate an otherwise mediocre season and atone for the lack of sportsmanship/class in the closing minute of the previous week's game with UCLA. I have a feeling that USC will have the rest of the PAC-10 "up" for the games with the Trojans next year. Payback for USC running up scores over the last years has come due...and, I think, collected. HH Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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