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The BCS after 5 years

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by 3yardsandacloud, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    EDIT: Updated for this years BCS games.

    Just thought I'd check out the BCS history after 5 years. A few interesting things stick out. The BigTen and Big12 seem to be the best conferences (most games by the most teams), but the Pac10 is very close behind with 7 games by 7 different teams. That kinda surprised me. The other thing is how big a joke the ACC (and to a lesser degree BigLeast) is. I mean 5 games played, 4 of those by 1 team? Things are going to change in a BIG way for both those conferences.


    1998 Tennessee & Florida St.
    1999 Nebraska & Tennessee
    2000 Oregon St. & Notre Dame (IN)
    2001 Oregon & Colorado
    2002 Ohio St. & Miami (FL)
    2003 Ohio St. & Kansas St.

    1998 Ohio St. & Texas A&M
    1999 Florida St. & Virginia Tech
    2000 Miami (FL) & Florida
    2001 Louisiana St. & Illinois
    2002 Georgia & Florida St.
    2003 Oklahoma & Louisianna St.

    1998 Florida & Syracuse (NY)
    1999 Michigan & Alabama
    2000 Oklahoma & Florida St.
    2001 Florida & Maryland
    2002 Southern California & Iowa
    2003 Miami & Florida St.

    1998 Wisconsin & UCLA
    1999 Wisconsin & Stanford (CA)
    2000 Washington & Purdue (IN)
    2001 Miami (FL) & Nebraska
    2002 Oklahoma & Washington St.
    2003 Michigan & Southern California

    1 - Alabama (SEC)
    1 - Colorado (B12)
    1 - Georgia (SEC)
    1 - Illinois (B10)
    1 - Iowa (B10)
    1 - Kansas St. (B12)
    1 - Louisianna St. (SEC)
    1 - Maryland (ACC)
    1 - Notre Dame (Ind)
    1 - Oregon (P10)
    1 - Oregon State (P10)
    1 - Purdue (B10)
    1 - Stanford (P10)
    1 - Syracuse (BE)
    1 - Texas A&M (B12)
    1 - UCLA (P10)
    1 - Virginia Tech (BE)
    1 - Washington (P10)
    1 - Washington State (P10)

    2 - Michigan (B10)
    2 - Nebraska (B12)
    2 - Southern California (P10)
    2 - Tennessee (SEC)
    2 - Wisconsin (B10)

    3 - Florida (SEC)
    3 - Ohio State (B10)
    3 - Oklahoma (B12)

    4 - Miami-Fl (BE)

    5 - Florida State (ACC)

    Out of 48 possible berths:
    10 - BigTen (6 different teams - of 11)
    9 - SEC (6 different teams - of 12)
    8 - PacTen (7 different teams - of 10)
    8 - Big12 (4 different teams - of 12)
    6 - BigEast (3 different teams - of 8)
    6 - ACC (2 different teams - of 9)
    1 - Independent (ND)

    Go Bucks!
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2003
  2. BuckNutty

    BuckNutty Hear The Drummer Get Wicked Staff Member Bookie

    Nice work, 3yards. I guess the Big Ten isn't a bad conference after all :wink2:
  3. gbearbuck

    gbearbuck Herbie for President

    What I can not believe is how in five years the Bucks have not gone to the Rose... when you think about that is true, guess I figured we would have been there... we were there in '97 though...
  4. BuckBackHome

    BuckBackHome Wolverine is largest member of weasel family

    I think this year has shown the BCS to be what it truly is. An attempt to placate the major conferences by guaranteeing them a spot in a high-profile, high-payout bowl game and avoiding a playoff system. With USC being left out of the national championship picture the BCS is hoping to hell that OU beats LSU and michigan beats USC so there is no debate as to whether there is a split NC.
  5. buckeyebri

    buckeyebri 40 Days in the Hole

    Do the polls matter at this point now that the BCS has set the match ups?

    I thought the Sears Trophy and the MNC go to the winner of the Sugar Bowl no matter what.
  6. gregorylee

    gregorylee I'd rather be napping!!


    The only poll that is tied into the BCS is the Coachs poll, the AP can vote how they see fit. The agreement with the BCS is that the Coachs have to vote the winner of the BCS game the champ. I have heard that when the ballots arive for the last vote that #1 is already filled in for them and they just vote for 2-25.

    Also, it is the "Circut City" trophy now, not Sears.

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