It could happen. Alabama has no shot if they lose. Florida has a shot at hanging on to the #2 spot (Texas loses of course and Cincy wins), if it's a close battle down to the last play or in overtime. The computer polls would actually still have Florida as high as Cincy and higher than TCU, even with the loss. A rough projection of the computer polls would be: 1. Alabama 1.000 2. Florida .9400 (tie) Cincy .9400 4. TCU .8800 Now with Cincy losing, TCU gains a full spot in the computer polls and would be just behind Florida in the computer polls (.9500 vs .9300 most likely). Florida could conceivably be wedged in between TCU and Cincy in the human polls at #3 and somehow come out at the #2 spot just a hair ahead of both TCU and Cincy. Bottom line, it would be better for TCU that Cincy lose in order for TCU to close the game between themselves and Florida in the computer polls, and then hoping the voters place them at #2 over Florida (which should happen). If Cincy wins, all bets are off as to who gets the #2 spot in the BCS come Sunday afternoon.