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Auburn, Missouri rise in latest BCS rankings

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Nothing changed at the top of the latest BCS rankings released on Sunday. Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State held the top three spots, just like they did last week.

But losses by Baylor and Oregon allowed Auburn and Missouri to move up into the top five, ready to take advantage of any late-season BCS craziness.

With a score of .9697, No. 2 Florida State’s advantage over No. 3 Ohio State (.9200) remained solid, with a gap of .0497 between the two. Unless Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston is charged with a felony and he gets suspended as a result, it looks unlikely that the Buckeyes will be able to creep into BCS title game if both Alabama and FSU win out.

Of course, No. 4 Auburn (.8236) has a chance to disrupt everything by beating No. 1 Alabama (.9881) this coming Saturday. That could set up a showdown with No. 5 Missouri (.8077) in the SEC title game the following week. But what if Mizzou falls to Texas A&M and then FSU gets dropped a few spots due to a Winston suspension? If Auburn then beats Alabama before falling to SEC East champ South Carolina, then we’d probably see Ohio State jumps to the top spot. Would the No. 2 slot go to FSU, a one-loss Alabama team, or even one-loss Clemson or Oklahoma State?

Tough to say. But it’d be a fitting way for the BCS to make its exit.

Here’s the latest BCS top 10:

1. Alabama, .9881

2. Florida State, .9697

3. Ohio State, .9200

4. Auburn, .8236

5. Missouri, .8077

6. Clemson, .7726

7. Oklahoma State, .7615

8. Stanford, .6665

9. Baylor, .6456

10. South Carolina, .6101

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54 Responses to “Auburn, Missouri rise in latest BCS rankings”
  1. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 24, 2013 9:22 PM

    Wash, rinse, repeat:

    http://www.thepostgame.com/commentary/201208/better-without-em-northern-manifesto-southern-secession-chuck-thompson-sec-bcs

  2. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 9:44 PM

    Mizzou = 0 wins over top 25 teams.

    The highest-ranked team they’ll play is this week when they play #21 Texas A&M.

    Same deal with Auburn…their ONLY win vs. a top 25 BCS team is a 4-pt win over #21 Texas A&M.

    I bet it stings the entire SEC fanbase that OSU has higher-quality wins than these two patsies.

  3. sportsbastard says: Nov 24, 2013 9:53 PM

    Not in the least Brandon Weeden. Mizzou beats teams right the heck outta the top 25, just like they’ll do to aTm this Saturday. Fairly certain Ole Miss would have won the b1g this season.

  4. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 24, 2013 9:55 PM

    BrownsTown.

    If you even beat Michigan State (who has beaten NO ONE themselves) you might have half of an argument.

    Otherwise, you sound like a cat in heat in the back alley. And in case you can’t put two and two together and realize what that means, YOU ARE BEYOND ANNOYING.

  5. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:01 PM

    Which part of what I said isn’t true?

    Exactly….apology accepted.

  6. classyjacklambert says: Nov 24, 2013 10:01 PM

    @BrownsTown
    Actually Mizzou played the #10 team and lost on a shanked field goal in overtime. They also beat a GA team that was ailing but still ranked around #15 at the time…both of which are better than anyone Ohio State has played all year. Stop trying to put down programs’ strength of schedule when yours is weaker.

  7. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:04 PM

    sportsb,

    Are you talking about the Ole Miss team I don’t see here?:

    http://www.bcsfootball.org/

    “It’s true because I say it’s true” doesn’t work here. It only works for Alabama’s supposed 15 championships.

  8. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:06 PM

    Jack,

    So Mizzou should be #5 because they lose to the #10 team? Oh, OK.

    Mizzou = 0 wins vs. the top 25. Fact.

    http://www.bcsfootball.org/

  9. classyjacklambert says: Nov 24, 2013 10:11 PM

    …As opposed to Ohio State who should be #3 for not playing anyone? And I know they played Wisconsin and no one’s impressed by that.

  10. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:12 PM

    Wisconsin is a better win than anybody Auburn or Mizzou has beaten. Fact (again).

    http://www.bcsfootball.org/

    Fish in a barrel….

  11. classyjacklambert says: Nov 24, 2013 10:17 PM

    lol that’s definitely not a fact. They just have a higher BCS ranking, that does not mean they are a better team. If that was the case then Notre Dame was the best team in the country last year…

    Fact.

  12. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:19 PM

    Wisconsin > Texas A&M > Georgia Southern > Penn St

  13. kcrobert10 says: Nov 24, 2013 10:25 PM

    Browns man haven’t you seen enough of ur sorry northern Midwest teams get smoked by sec teams the last few yrs. Do we really need to see it again. Oh well ill get to nap by half time as the sec champ smacks u guys around. That is if u can beat those Michigan schools ( seriously that’s ur top opponents I can’t stop laughing). I’ve already pointed out the sec has 9 top 35 teams the big 10 only 4. Ur conference is a sorry sack of …..

  14. halbert53 says: Nov 24, 2013 10:32 PM

    Actually if you had watched the Missouri- Ole Miss game, you would have known that Ole Miss was ranked. # 24. Fact.

  15. BrownsTown says: Nov 24, 2013 10:39 PM

    Well, Northwestern was ranked #16 when OSU beat them on the road.

    = great win, according to you.

  16. halbert53 says: Nov 24, 2013 11:15 PM

    1972 USC wins NC by def. OSU 42-17
    1974 USC shares NC by def. OSU 18-17
    2006 FL wins NC by def. OSU 41-14
    2007 LSU wins NC by def. OSU 38-24

    OSU = Breakfast of Champions

    OSU only NC in 30 yrs was 2 OT win vs. Miami in 2002, 31-24.

    OSU avg. loss to SEC in NC game. = 20.5 pts.

  17. madtownthrowdown says: Nov 24, 2013 11:22 PM

    Browns town- you have been spot on. Through this entire blog.

  18. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 24, 2013 11:24 PM

    halbert hahahaa good point.

  19. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 24, 2013 11:24 PM

    madtownthrowdown says: Nov 24, 2013 11:22 PM

    Browns town- you have been spot on. Through this entire blog.

    —————

    He has been a (VERY) off-base homer is what he’s been.

  20. madtownthrowdown says: Nov 24, 2013 11:25 PM

    But even I can not defend The case for Ohio St. to be in the Natl’ Championship game, until Bama loses or FSU has their rapper QB suspended.

  21. madtownthrowdown says: Nov 24, 2013 11:26 PM

    Alleged I mean. My bad FSU fans.

  22. vincentbojackson says: Nov 25, 2013 12:38 AM

    Apparently Brownstown needed an outlet for his frustration after his Browns got pounded today.

  23. irishdodger says: Nov 25, 2013 1:21 AM

    tOSU has a weak schedule….BUT….who has Auburn, Mizzou & South Carolina beaten? Georgia was horribly overrated. South Carolina is perennially overrated. TAMU still can’t stop air. Ditto for Ole Miss. I give Bama their props but the rest of the SEC is no more impressive than the rest of the BCS conference leaders.

  24. safranic03 says: Nov 25, 2013 8:25 AM

    “The Ohio State” is one of the top three teams, period…

    It should be worth noting that the Miami Hurricane team that we beat, was arguably one of the top 5 teams in college football, ever… And arguably, doesn’t quite do them justice…

    Furthermore, can you naysayers honestly sit there and say we can’t score points with anyone in the country??? Our defense was iffy early on, but look at how young they are…

    However, I’d say only Baylor can match our ability to move the ball and we can do that with our “backup” too, how many teams can say that?

    If anyone had the cupcake schedule it was FSU, besides we cannot control how teams will be year to year, e.g when we signed to play Berkeley, they were a top 10 program. Same with USC and The U and next year we start with Cincy and Va Tech. In 2015 N.Illinois and in 2016 we add Oklahoma.

    Now, how many teams add the quality of out of conference teams that we do? ND? Sure as hell none of the other top 5 teams.

    The great ones are always hated the most. The Fact is outside of Bama, ND, UM and USC no team is more honored than Ohio State. And if you want to be brutally honest, the only teams that have consistently brought it decade in and out are us and UM. Everyone else had terrible down periods, us and UM had a bad season here or there, but that’s all…

  25. geodude11 says: Nov 25, 2013 9:33 AM

    Funny reading the whining from the ladies that are butt hurt about their favorite football teams. Tisk, tisk, you want to be in the top you gotta play the top tier (SEC) teams – LSU, ‘Bama, USC, A&M, Missu, Georgia, Auburn. Otherwise, you can watch next year while we fill up playoff slots in the watered down format designed to allow the lil’ sisters of the poor into the “mix”.

  26. delfi2 says: Nov 25, 2013 9:36 AM

    If, and it’s a BIG IF, J Winston gets suspended and FSU still wins out you are implying they drop in the rankings even without a loss? Hmm, that makes sense…idiotas. Most dominate team in the rankings…cupcake schedule you say? Ahahahaha.

  27. ronarch13 says: Nov 25, 2013 9:52 AM

    Comparing past national championship games to the current teams is borderline psychotic. OSU has a different coach, faster players, the best RB in the country…… and for the hater, USC is still in the PAC10-12-14 or whatever they are.
    I can hear the fear of Urban in a one game winner take all……. Let’s see if there is an arrest, or a loss by one of the top 2 then everyone doesn’t matter.
    Buckeyes National Champions: 1942, 1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, 1970, 2002

  28. kenosando says: Nov 25, 2013 10:18 AM

    @BrownsTown
    I really want to understand the pretense behind your argument. If OSU wins out, they will not get jumped by Auburn or Missouri. One loss in the SEC this year is a bigger deal, especially when we are bound to have at least two undefeated teams at the end. I’m an Auburn fan and I know it will take an OSU loss in the B1G CG for Auburn to have a chance. Now, just relax, and worry about manhandling Michigan 49-0. Let the season play out.

  29. rhugga says: Nov 25, 2013 10:20 AM

    @BrownsTown – have you been under a rock? Mizzou has played 5 ranked teams this season.

    You sound like a butt hurt Georgia fan.

    Oh, and since when does being ranked matter? Every single week in college football is an upset somewhere in the country.

    Especially in the SEC. Unranked SEC teams would be owning in other conferences and hence ranked.

    Man this isn’t rocket science, look at the empirical data.

    Wow.

    In fact, had Mizzou not beat themselves against SC by missing 2 field goals and a ridiculous roughing the passer call on 3 and 19th that enabled one of their scoring drives – they’d be sitting pretty at number 3 right now. (possibly number 2)

  30. rhugga says: Nov 25, 2013 10:24 AM

    @BrownsTown – stop bro, you’re embarrassing yourself. You have completely demonstrated your utter lack of knowledge of all things college football.

    Next your gonna predict the BCS champ by how pretty a team’s helmet is.

  31. vie05ua says: Nov 25, 2013 11:26 AM

    I love people who use past BOWL (not even BCS bowls) aside from the NCG to determine domination or not. Who cares who won the Bobs Taco Truck Bowl 10 years ago? Who cares who won a non-NCG BCS Bowl last year? Only the people who think its relevent and imporant they actually went to a bowl. Guess what? Second place is the first loser.

    Third generation Alabama fan (as in, actual alumni), and only reason why I can even remember Alabama losing a bowl recently is cause everyone loves to remind me how Utah beat Alabama. Who really cares? The coach/school/conference gets more money, but that’s really all that matters.

    The only people using bowl statistics to prove their team’s or confernece’s dominance are the ones who have either 1) never been to an NCG, 2) have the fewest Championships or 3) trying to knock other good schools.

    But hey, guess what, SEC has a .680 win ratio in BCS bowls, only 1 behind the Big 10 for total appearances, who has less than a .500 for a win ratio. Really want to talk about domination? Big10 definitely isn’t there.

    And as far as making fun of a conference for adding numbers to their name, ronarch? Try picking on the big 10, who still obviously can’t count. Call it the Big We Ran Out of Fingers And Toes?

  32. kansas531 says: Nov 25, 2013 11:27 AM

    SEC teams get the break again. Of the 1 loss teams near the top, here is the strength of schedule. Baylor – 5; Missouri – 21; Okla St – 22; Auburn – 23. And, our current undefeateds???? Ala – 33; Fl St – 41 and Ohio St – 63. Gee it really is hard to win all your games with such tough opponents. Which is normal for Alabama. When it won one of their national championships their sos was 53, so I guess they are improving. Waiting for next year, when this is a factor. Stats from TeamRankings.

  33. vie05ua says: Nov 25, 2013 11:43 AM

    kansas, come back when you actually understand the basics for SoS. Here’s a hint: Alabama being undefeated and #1 all season has actually hurt their SoS when computing it, hence why LSU’s #1. If that’s too much for you, why is LSU’s SoS #1 on teamrankings, when they have a virtually identical schedule as Alabama, who’s is 33?

    Logistics isn’t for everyone.

  34. thraiderskin says: Nov 25, 2013 11:49 AM

    Alabama and FSU are the two best teams in the country, right now… but OSU still deserves to be where it is, just on the outside, with a chance.

  35. kcrobert10 says: Nov 25, 2013 12:32 PM

    Go back to ur hole Kansas fan. You have to actually win conference games at football to have an opinion. Ill take the sec team vs a big 10 team any day. Line them up Alabama v Ohio st: bama, auburn v Michigan st: auburn, mizzou v Wisconsin: mizzou. Do I need to go further it just will get uglier. There is a reason the nfl drafts more guys from the sec than anywhere else cause that’s where real football players are found. Be happy u guys are good at basketball cause that’s all u have. Oh wait that is till Kentucky wins another title this yr. More sec and more M-i-z-z-o-u…

  36. mkoogs says: Nov 25, 2013 12:47 PM

    If Missouri had joined the Big Ten everyone would be saying they are overrated because of their weak schedule. Now, because they are playing in the SEC with a couple of good teams and others on par with the lower tier teams in the Big Ten, they are top 5. Ohio State deserves to be #3 now and move up if the top 2 lose.

  37. jbaxt says: Nov 25, 2013 12:59 PM

    Browns town; Terrell Pryor called, he still has all your suck and wants to return it to C”leave land, it sucks here”.

  38. kansas531 says: Nov 25, 2013 1:06 PM

    to kcroberto: I just happened to watch the Patriot-Bronco game last night and paid attention to the colleges the starters were from. Either 3 or 4 from all SEC teams. 3 from Rutgers, 4 from TCU, need I say more. If so, do the names Geno Smith, Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy, etc. starting quarterbacks in the pros and all from the conference that A&M & Missou abandoned (middle of the conference in the Big 12) and now at the top of the SEC west and gave Alabama it’s loss last year and its biggest scare this year. Oh, I am from K-State, not KU. But, my guess is even KU could take apart Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Tennessee and no telling how many of the other bottom SEC teams that the top ones feed off of to get their glowing records.

  39. vie05ua says: Nov 25, 2013 1:58 PM

    kansas531, just stop before you make yourself look even more ignorant. Mizzou isn’t part of the west, and all the “bottom” teams you named are part of the east. Kentucky and Vandy are the only two that are consistently lower in the SEC rankings, while the Vols are usually one of the powerhouses. Just like Alabama in the early to mid 2000s, the Vols are just going through a rebuilding period, just like all teams go through between coaches. Butch Jones and James Franklin are doing great work at both schools though (UT and Vandy).

    I don’t know why you have to hate on a whole conference. SEC has continued to show its dominance. A .680 win ratio in BCS bowls, 2nd most appearances (1 behind big 10), and the most BCS championships.

    Your precious Big 12 is going through a conference rebuilding phase. Blame Texas for its implosion, not other conferences.

    Or is it you’re just mad your precious KSU lost to an unranked team last year, losing your NCG bowl bid, and had to lose your “here, you lost but you can get more tv money” bowl to Oregon?

  40. vie05ua says: Nov 25, 2013 2:00 PM

    btw Kansas531, nice way to judge NFL draft trends based on a single game between two teams. You really do fail at stats and logic, don’t you?

  41. classyjacklambert says: Nov 25, 2013 2:07 PM

    Lol vandy is no joke this year btw and would run up a 50 pt deficit on Kansas.

  42. kcrobert10 says: Nov 25, 2013 3:08 PM

    I seem to remember kst losing badly to Texas. The same texas team that ole miss hammered in Austin. The same ole miss team that mizzou just beat at home by 2 td. The same ole miss team that beat Lsu and loss to but didn’t look bad against Alabama, auburn, and Texas a&m. This is the same texas team that is top 3 in the big 12. But Ya you big 12 schools can so hang with the sec. Hey maybe u guys can pick up that rummy game against nd st next yr. Jezz what’s the world coming to more crazies on here than there should be.

  43. ohioguy614 says: Nov 25, 2013 4:52 PM

    Believe it or not, most OSU fans are realists and know we are where we are supposed to be right now. We just need to win out and hope Bama or Fl. St. loses. It’s that simple.

    Quit p!$$ing at each other about strength of schedule, blah, blah, blah. The top 5 teams played 4-5 teams that WERE ranked when we played them but have dropped out now as the season progressed. Who cares! Play and win the games ahead of you and it will work itself out.

    Although OSU has not been fortunate in the last two NC games, we do have the best record in the BCS at 6-3 and have played in the most BCS games. I’m a little tired of second tier SEC schools telling us how pathetic we are when most of those schools don’t have 1/10 th of the tradition or storied history that TOSU has.

    If anything, we are one of the most consistent winning schools in college football. We’ll match our record against 175 of the other 180 schools anyday!

  44. vie05ua says: Nov 25, 2013 5:07 PM

    Who cares about how many bowls games attended. It’s a selection and invite matched up between conferences, usually the champ of one, and a divisional runner up of another, and sometimes, an at large gets thrown into the mix.

    Only NCGs matter and determine anything.

  45. onlyoneleft says: Nov 25, 2013 11:48 PM

    The following was borrowed but I agree:

    Lotta smack talk about Duke in control of the Coastal. Cutcliff can flat out coach. It’s between him and Gustav Malzahn for Coach of the Year. That’s not what I want to look at… Let’s look at the SEC EAST: Home of the powerhouses.

    Kentucky: 2-9 victories include Miami (OH) and Alabama State. SC only beat them by 7… AT HOME. But KY has always sucked…

    Tennessee: 4-7 victories include Austin Peay (who?), W. Kentucky, South Alabama, and SOUTH CAROLINA… HA!

    Florida: 4-7 victories include Toledo and the other 2 aforementioned losers. SC only beat them by 5… AT HOME. In case you’ve been living under a rock, they also lost to a FCS opponent. Can’t say that about the ACC. They started out in the top 10 in the preseason poll. How the mighty have fallen…

    Vandy: 7-4 victories include UAB, UMASS, and the other 3 losers above. They did beat a depleted UGA. But honestly, who couldn’t beat them… oh wait… SC couldn’t.

    UGA: Poor UGA. 7-4. 27 key players with injuries at some point. That sucks. They could have been a decent team, but injuries are part of the game. This year they started the year in the top 5 and with a mouth full of SEC non-sense. GT should put them to bed Saturday. Last year they were a play away from the NCG.

    Mouth Carolina, 9-2 struggled vs Kentucky, Vandy, UF, UCF, and Mississippi State. Got drubbed by a banged up Georgia team, who the Tigers beat when they were at full strength, I might add. Got bounced by Tennessee. Shaw doesn’t do too well when you hit him in the mouth and Clowney doesn’t make “Who’s scared of me statements and retarded over-hyped commercials” after you run the ball down his throat. The only convincing wins to me were vs Arkansas (3-8), UNC (6-5) and CCU (FCS).

    Honestly… who has Missouri beat? Toledo (a SEC favorite)? Murray State? Ark State? Indiana? A semi-healthy UGA and an Ole Miss team that gets ranked simply because they’re SEC? Not really impressed, but you play your schedule. Do they deserve a top 5 ranking? HELL NO! 2 years ago they were 8-5 in the Big 12, now they’re top five material? Man GTFO here with that SEC bullshit. There are 2, count em 2, good teams in the SEC, and none of them are on this list.

    What I’m trying to point out to you simpletons is that no one stays on top forever. I believe you’re seeing the beginning of the end for the SEC.

  46. onlyoneleft says: Nov 25, 2013 11:50 PM

    Let me say more: I am not a Tiger fan. Their competition has been about the same.

  47. waynefontes says: Nov 26, 2013 6:18 AM

    kansas531 says:
    Nov 25, 2013 1:06 PM
    to kcroberto: I just happened to watch the Patriot-Bronco game last night and paid attention to the colleges the starters were from. Either 3 or 4 from all SEC teams. 3 from Rutgers, 4 from TCU, need I say more. If so, do the names Geno Smith, Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy, etc. starting quarterbacks in the pros and all from the conference that A&M & Missou abandoned (middle of the conference in the Big 12) and now at the top of the SEC west and gave Alabama it’s loss last year and its biggest scare this year. Oh, I am from K-State, not KU. But, my guess is even KU could take apart Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Tennessee and no telling how many of the other bottom SEC teams that the top ones feed off of to get their glowing records.
    ————————————————–

    Wow. Where to begin…..

    1) The SEC has the most players in the NFL, by far. The SEC also had more players selected in the NFL Draft this year than anyone else in history.

    Good job basing your theory off of one NFL game.

    2) You used the names Geno Smith, Colt McCoy and Brandon Weeden as examples of your conference’s talent in the pros. Geno is a rookie, but the other two are hands down awful busts who only start when someone else is injured.

    Let’s see.. Peyton Manning, Matthew Stafford, Cam Newton and Eli Manning vs Geno Smith, Colt McCoy and Brandon Weeden.

    You’re not even smart enough to list the QBs from the Big 12 who don’t suck like Andy Dalton, RG III and Tannehill. Not that they’re better than the SEC QBs, because they aren’t.

    The Big Ten and Pac 12 could say they have the best NFL starting QBs. The Big 12 comes up short again.

    3) The top teams in a conference feeding off weak teams to enhance their records… that happens in almost every conference. Look at Ohio State the last two years, Florida State in the 1990s and Oklahoma and Nebraska in the 80s.

    Of course, being a Kansas State fan, you’re familiar with being one of those weak teams. KSU should name every athletic building after Bill Snyder for making chicken salad out of chicken…

    4) You think Kansas could “take apart” Vanderbilt, Tennessee or any bottom feeder from the SEC. A team that just won their first conference game since 2010. Even you’re not that stupid to think that could possibly happen.

    I would say you should actually think before you post next time, but your idiotic logic is good for a laugh or two.

  48. gamustangdude says: Nov 26, 2013 12:26 PM

    @ Browns Town

    Not sure how you equate Ohio State wins against BCS top 25 teams versus Mizzou and AU wins as having a tougher SOS, which is what you are trying to imply. That tells part of the story, not the enitre story. Ohio states SOS is determined by it’s aggregate strenght of teams, not just those teams ranked in the top 25. on that note, Ohio State has a weaker SOS than both Mizzou and AU. Wins against top 25 teams looks sexy however if you look at the entire SOS, then you’ll see the truth. Mizzou and AU have a tougher OVERALL schedule, therefore, why worry soley about top 25 wins? Nice try, but try again please.

  49. gamustangdude says: Nov 26, 2013 12:31 PM

    @onleyoneleft

    The begining of the end of the SEC? really you only focused on half the conferece, whcih is not even the strength of the SEC. The Strength of the SEC was in the WEST. However you choose to ignore them in your rant.

    Sure the SEC East is down this year, however whatever the SEC East lacks, the SEC West has made up for. Again, talk all you want about wins agains blah blah and blah, like awlays the true test is bowl season, we’ll see how the SEC “weaklings” fair in this years bowl games.

  50. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 26, 2013 1:07 PM

    Besides, after the Iron Bowl. everyone who is (or, if Auburn wins, will leap) ahead of Ohio State will have a win against a Top 10 team. Florida State will have two, regardless of what you want to say about Clemson and Miami (who were, healthy, better than anyone Ohio State will have faced all season). Ohio State fans cannot use SOS to be on here flooding the comments section whining. You gotta hope for at least one loss. Hoping the Winston case is true won’t help, because even if Meggs makes a fool of himself by filing charges, the Noles still won’t lose with Maguire. I know it’s frustrating, but there’s next year for Ohio State.

  51. waynefontes says: Nov 27, 2013 1:28 PM

    Mr. Wright 212 says:
    Nov 26, 2013 1:07 PM
    Besides, after the Iron Bowl. everyone who is (or, if Auburn wins, will leap) ahead of Ohio State will have a win against a Top 10 team. Florida State will have two, regardless of what you want to say about Clemson and Miami (who were, healthy, better than anyone Ohio State will have faced all season). Ohio State fans cannot use SOS to be on here flooding the comments section whining. You gotta hope for at least one loss. Hoping the Winston case is true won’t help, because even if Meggs makes a fool of himself by filing charges, the Noles still won’t lose with Maguire. I know it’s frustrating, but there’s next year for Ohio State.
    ————————————————–

    I think Wisconsin would beat Miami by at least two touchdowns, with or without Duke Johnson.

    Other than that, I agree with you.

  52. southernpatriots says: Nov 30, 2013 11:17 PM

    Congratulations to the Tigers, the Auburn Tigers, for beating the reigning champs, the Alabama Crimson Tide.

    That defeat goes directly to Coach Saban for some poor decisions during the game.

    I want to wish the Auburn Tigers the very best. Win the SEC championship and then the BCS CG.
    War Eagle!

  53. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 30, 2013 11:26 PM

    waynefontes says: Nov 27, 2013 1:28 PM

    I think Wisconsin would beat Miami by at least two touchdowns, with or without Duke Johnson.

    Other than that, I agree with you.
    ——————

    With the way they played in their losses? I doubt it.

  54. Mr. Wright 212 says: Nov 30, 2013 11:27 PM

    And while Auburn SHOULD leap Ohio State (and Missouri will be right there ready to do the same if they win next week), you have to hope for charges against Winston, major injuries and turnovers for anyone to beat Florida State.

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