mrider wrote:It seems like the only fair way would be a playoff. I think those teams are very even. They both had tough schedules, Michigan has beat some very tough teams Wisconsin is number 6 or 7 in most polls. Notre Dame is underated team and we beat them when they were #2 in Notre Dame. At Penn State they won. Now other then the game in Michigan against Ball St. they were awesome all year. And Florida had a very tough schedule as well beating some very good teams. Now hopefully Michigan jsut gets to go to the title, it would be the most fair if there was a playoff.
Are you serious? I'm a huge ND fan, but that might be the most ridiculous thing I've heard all year. ND is the most overrated team in the nation. They got destroyed by their two formidable opponents, Mich and USC, and their only respectable win was against Georgia Tech, a team they should have crushed, in week one.
All these comments about how Florida hasn't won pretty and Michigan has just steamrolled competition and came a play away from beating OSU are ridiculous. You want to talk about winning pretty...Ball State? Ball stinkin State? The Mich-OSU game was never truly in doubt, let's not kid ourselves. OSU was clearly the winner, staying 10 points ahead throughout most of the matchup. Ohio State has already beaten Michigan - why should it be any different the next time around?
Oh, right...because playing on a neutral field changes the players who are lining up and the coaches with the headsets. Afterall, aren't they the ones who play the game?
You're trying to tell me that Ohio State will trounce the Gators...on what basis? Florida has consistently played, and beaten, teams with the best team speed in the country...teams like LSU, who if you want to talk about quality wins, would dominate a relatively untested Wisconsin team. Teams like Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas. Even an underrated South Carolina team who was in almost all of its games, if you remember correctly. Florida's speed, and its experience against teams like OSU in the SEC, will be its greatest asset in a title game matchup - and it'll be a crime if they don't get that chance.