Every sports fan loves seeing an underdog do the unthinkable (unless it's against their team). One minute, you know nothing about a school or their team, and the next minute, you're screaming like hell for that school to upset one of the "big boys." That's one of the great beauties of college football. Here is the top 25 college football upsets of the BCS Era.
Commissioners of the eleven BCS conferences, along with Notre Dame Athletics Director Jack Swarbrick and other officials are meeting in Hollywood, FL this week to try and hammer out details for a four-team college football playoff beginning after the 2014 season.
According to sources, the semifinal and championship games would be played at neutral sites, after discussing the possib
The R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, where Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns defeated San Diego State 32-30 was ranked second on their list, just behind the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl game between Oklahoma State and Stanford.
While we can argue about whether or not the right teams were playing, it was hard to argue with the excitement of the BCS bowl games so far. Three of the four were decided either in the last seconds of regulation (Rose Bowl) or in overtime (Fiesta and Sugar bowls), while the fourth (Orange Bowl) shattered virtually every bowl game record on the books for offensive statistics.
But the non-BCS games also gave us a lot of close games and great individual performances, as well. Here are the highlights from the final week of bowl season.
For the second time in as many nights, a missed field goal in overtime proved to be the deciding factor in a BCS bowl game. Michigan edged Virginia Tech, 23-20, after Hokies kicker Justin Myer missed a 37-yard field goal in the first overtime, allowing Michigan to kick a field goal of its own for the win moments later.
A 2011 national champion hasn't even been determined yet, but let's have some fun and project how college teams will fare in 2012. UL and LSU will both be good next year, but their success this season will be hard to match.
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