http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/cfootball/150134_miller27.html I hope some of you will email this biased PAC 10 clown. Here are some facts you might want to use: LSU scheduled Marshall. Marshall backed out at the last minute, and we scrambled to replaced Marshall with Western Illinois. LSU scheduled 6-6 Troy State, but state legislature pressured us to play in state teams, so we picked up Louisiana Monroe instead. So obviously, the intent of LSU was to schedule hard teams. Your biased Seattle Times writer fails to see that if LSU wins out, LSU will have played a much tougher schedule than USC. IT WILL BE TOUGHER DESPITE THE FACT THAT WE PLAYED A DIV 2 TEAM AND A TEAM WHOSE RECORD IS 1-11! That's an amazing fact. That shows how weak USC's schedule has been! LSU is devasted by those two games, and yet, LSU will have a tougher schedule than USC! Wow. Imagine if LSU had scheduled just average teams in place of those (which we did schedule, but changes forced us out). It wouldn't even be close. A win against a team like Hawaii is just as easy against a team like Louisiana Monroe. Both are cupcakes. But Hawaii has a better record, so it helps you tremendously in your SoS. P.S. Do some research next time. How can you claim to be a reputable source of information when you say VA Tech opted out of a game this year. It's next year! How can anyone trust what you say when you can't get this right, or recall LSU's originally scheduled opponents. Your writing is grossly biased, and you should not write for a paper like the Seattle Times unless the ST admits that it is grossly biased in favor of the Weak West 10. ... 1. BCS poll (only ranks top 25) -- LSU has played the #7,#11,#18 and will play the #24 Friday. SECCG will pit LSU against another top 10 BCS opponent. USC has played the #15, and no one else. 2. ESPN/Coaches Poll (only ranks top 43) -- LSU has played #5,#11,#19, and will play #29 Friday. SECCG will be against a top 10 team. USC has played #14, and no one else in top 43! 3. AP poll (ranks top 37) -- LSU has played #5,#11,#17, and will play #26 Friday. SECCG again will be against top 10 team. USC played #16, and no one else in their poll. 4. LSU's only loss to #11 Florida. 5. USC's only loss to unranked 7-6 Cal. 6. Despite playing W. Illinois, which does not count, and 1-11 ULM, LSU's SoS will still be much strong than USC's in two weeks! Throw out those two teams from LSU's SoS, and it's not even close!