What decides final Nat'l Champion?

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  1. Peach

    Peach Freshman

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    OK. What's the deal? These BCS shows are referring to some kind of final vote by the AP and/or Coaches that will declare the TRUE National Champion (and that it might be USC)! I thought the whole point of the BCS was to determine what two teams will play in the Nat'l Championship. Then whoever wins that game is the NC. So how in the world does USC still have a legitimate chance at being NC?
     
  2. StarscreamLSU

    StarscreamLSU Founding Member

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    There's a dart board with a bunch of numbers on it. There's also a bucket of darts, each marked with a school. They just throw the darts and whatever number is hit, that's the school's rank.
     
  3. Ectopic Tiger

    Ectopic Tiger Founding Member

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    They were talking about a split NC. If USC wins, they will probably stay #1 in the AP. Winner of Sugar gets BCS championship.
     
  4. Sourdoughman

    Sourdoughman TigerFan of LSU and the Tigerman

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    LSU will win and USC will lost to Michigan......

    End of story...........
     
  5. Golfdude

    Golfdude Founding Member

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    Their is no BCS vote after the polls. The final NC is determined by the voters of the polls you mentioned. The ESPN poll has an agreement to give their NC trophy to the winner of the Sugar. The AP poll has no such agreement. They can vote for any NC they want. If USC wins, it will be a split NC. So root for Michigan.
     
  6. COramprat

    COramprat Simma Da Na

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    Unless we beat OK by 30 and USC squeaks by #4 Michigan.
     

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