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I guess the bottom of the (MAC) is really dragging them down.
The worst is Massachusetts which at -22.16 is dead last.
Chances there are still six undefeated FBS teams on December 2 (after conference title games): 0.06% (or 1-in-1718)
Chances Alabama, Notre Dame, Kansas State and Oregon are undefeated on December 2: 1.22% (or 1-in-82)
Chances Notre Dame, Kansas State and Oregon are undefeated on December 2: 2.23% (or 1-in-45)
Hypothetical BCS Championship Games:
While it is difficult (impossible) to project exactly what the computers (who do not have to disclose their formulas) or pollsters (who have historically proven an inability to act rational) are going to say at the end of the season, we use Todd Furhman’s possibilities and speculative lines here to present our projected results from 50,000 simulations of potential BCS Championship Games:
Alabama vs. Kansas State
Todd Furhman Line: Alabama -10.5
PredictionMachine.com Projected Score: Alabama 31 – Kansas State 23
PredictionMachine.com Projected Win Percentage: Alabama wins 62.7%
Hypothetical ATS Pick: Kansas State +10.5
BCS Scenarios from Prediction Machine.com.
# Chances that Louisville is the only undefeated FBS (BCS eligible) team on December 2: 2.62% (or 1-in-38)
Ole Miss up 10-0 in the 2nd quarter.
Everett Golson with as bad a decision in as important a moment you'll see all season.
Notre Dame is gonna move to #1 after Bama loses; media will say that avoiding the trap letdown defeat at home testifies to their "toughness" and "character"....
Verne Lundquist is, at this point in his career, probably an objectively bad announcer, but I can't imagine big-time CBS football without him.
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