||[Oct. 19th, 2007|05:40 pm]
FSU go boom. Tomorrow, OSU goes down against Michigan state (probably their hardest game all season, despite playing #23 Purdue and #25 Michigan), or Michigan gets on the ball eventually and beats them in week 10. Auburn comes off a tough win against Arkansas and beats a disheartened LSU team. A week from tomorrow (they have a break this week), Boston College goes down against Virginia Tech, their toughest game all year, and only one of two ranked teams they play (#11, they beat #15 Georgia Tech).|
3 teams ahead of us:
Ohio State will play 2 ranked teams this season, ranked #23 and #25.
Boston College will also play 2 ranked teams this season, #11 and #15.
LSU will play 5 ranked teams, 2 of them in the top ten. The hardest part of their season is over, just as soon as they pass Auburn. Yet, over the last few games it seems like it's so close to all crumbling to pieces.
Oklahoma plays 3 ranked teams this year, none of them in the top ten. We have a rookie QB. But we do an awful lot of butt-kicking. Tech will be our big challenge, and then who knows for the big 12? Kansas? Doubtful. KU's been prancing around with the likes of Baylor and Florida International for 7 weeks. Coming up, they've got A&M, O(klahoma)SU, and of course Mizzou. Mizzou seems the obvious favorite out of the B12N, but if they fall again, and Kansas pulls a miracle for just a few more weeks, I'd be just fine with kicking their butt for the Big 12 Championship.