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  • jh1spartanfan said... (original post)

    Why is the argument for all non-BCS schools, what Boise State has done? Also, comparing non-conference schedules with BCS teams is also, stupid. The reason a lot of BCS teams have weak OOC schedules is because their conference schedule is so much harder. Houston has played 0 ranked teams this season, not sure how anyone can say a team that has played 0 ranked teams deserves to be in a BCS bowl.

    Schools in BCS conferences don't have to schedule good teams from non-BCS leagues. If they do, they don't have to go on the road if they don't want to, so they don't.

    MSU lived this in a past life. If they wanted to play Michigan, they had to go to Ann Arbor. Between 1915 and 1957, three of 41 games were played at MSU. Not only is it not fair -- the traveling team needs home games, too -- you get tired of it.

    “Kansas may wind up number one in these polls, but that would be so unfair to Texas...” -- Len Elmore, 2/13/11