Sparty shocked Buckeye Nation by sending the Buckeyes to the Orange Bowl. Let’s see what they did to our wishes:
We’re in uncharted waters here… it’s really an odd feeling to have a game after THE GAME. If you’re heading to the game, be sure to check out a great blues bar downtown… these guys are playing this weekend!
Alabama’s run at the top of tBBC’s top ten was short lived. A missed field goal that was promptly returned 100 (officially) yards basically ended Bama’s hopes of a 3rd straight national title.
Ohio State survived a failed 2 point conversion attempt by TTUN to win their regular season finale and FSU beat and battered a Florida team who lost to Georgia Southern the week before.
|Pos.||Team (1st Votes)||LW|
|1||Florida State (7)||2|
|2||Ohio State (3)||3|
Dropped Out – Wisconsin
That brings us to championship week. Three games will essentially decide who will play for the crystal ball.
The biggest one of all will be the 3rd annual B1G championship game in Indianapolis. For the first time in its short history, the game is a sell out and will match the 2nd ranked Buckeyes vs the 10th ranked Spartans of Michigan State. If the Buckeyes win, they should be playing for all the marbles. That game is at 8pm eastern time.
At 4pm, the SEC championship will be decided in Atlanta between Auburn and Missouri. If Auburn can win, they will no doubt sit back and watch the B1G champ game with baited breath.
Down in Charlotte, NC, the Duke Blue Devils will attempt to finish their Cinderella season with a monumental upset of the number 1 ranked Seminoles of Florida State.
Other games of interest: Oklahoma travels to Oklahoma State for Bedlam, Texas travels to Baylor and Stanford will travel to Arizona State to battle for the PAC 12 championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl.
Stop back next week and see who’ll be playing for the crystal ball in January.
Well, TTUN threw all their best “punches” at the Buckeyes but still couldn’t put a blemish on the Buckeyes resume. Let’s see if our wishes were able to roll with the “punches”!
This week is THE GAME and and the game we have all been waiting for. I’m sure this article also has the wishes you have all been waiting for. Let’s see ‘em guys and gal:
Another week, another change at the top. Whether it’s legal troubles or the fact people realize FSU’s schedule isn’t all that great, Alabama has regained it’s spot atop tBBC top ten.
|Pos.||Team (1st Votes)||LW|
|2||Florida State (4)||1|
|3||Ohio State (1)||3|
Dropped out – Stanford, Baylor, Oregon
Huge games on the docket this week with major BCS national championship implications. On top of that “game” up there in TSUN, Alabama will travel to Auburn, FSU travels to the swamp to take on Florida, Clemson travels to South Carolina, and Johnny Football travels to the Zoo to take on Missouri.
Stop back after The Game and see all the movers and shakers in tBBC top ten.
The Buckeyes took care of business Saturday against Indiana. Let’s see if our staff took care of their business:
Celebrating a great senior day, and getting ready for The Game… but this was too good not to post ASAP.