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So week 10 has come and gone in the college football season and there are only two or three games remaining for most teams. Every year the season seems to go by quicker and quicker. The race for the BCS championship remains firmly in the control of Auburn and Oregon. With the Bama loss to LSU this weekend, all Auburn has to do to get into the SEC Championship game is beat Georgia in week 11. Win the SEC and it seems Auburn is a lock for the BCS Championship. All Oregon has to do is keep scoring and no one will be able to beat them.
This is a very busy week for ol' Dale Simpson so I will leave you with a video about the big South Carolina victory over former #1 Alabama and the new top ten. I will be back next week with an in depth look at the season through the first half.
So 1/3 of the college football season is finished and some interesting events happened over that period. We are marching along at what seems to be an expeditious pace and soon the 4 month bowl season will be upon us. Buckle your seat belts because it's going to be a bumpy ride from here until the end. Let's take a moment to look back to week 4.....
Better Than Expected
Why is ESPN pumping this Oregon State/Boise State game so much? One would make the mistake that ESPN thinks this game is for the national title. Gameday is there, I've heard "Blue Turf" more times in one night than I care, every other promo is for this game......it never ends.
Dale's Prediction: Boise State rolls and ESPN declares them national champions.