A Fleshner Fantasy wrote:I agree with most of the comments about USC but this I desagree with. There is no way Florida jumps them unless the literally win by 70 points. If you look at the points, they are too far away from Michigan to jump them
Michigan is sitting at .9175, with Florida at .8920.
Michigan is ahead of Florida in 4 of the 6 computer polls, and ahead of USC in two of them. Florida is ahead of USC in no computer polls.
If USC loses Florida immediately gains points in jumping USC in more computer polls than Michigan. If Florida beats Arkansas I would guess they would jump Michigan in at least one computer poll, possibly two which would mean they'd just need to jump them in one human poll (unlikely unless it's a pretty win) to jump them in the BCS.
and if this happens, you get to a point where Michigan is getting penalized for ending the season earlier than Florida.
Are you kidding? You're complaining that not having to play an extra game against a top 10 team every year could finally screw someone over? Poor guys. I mean, I know it was so rough on all those Big 10, Pac 10, and Big East teams to sit at home on their couch while countless other teams got knocked out of the national title picture in a game none of those guys had to worry about playing.