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Hard to define fairness with potential BCS rematch

There are 85 comments on the WMDT story from Nov 27, 2011, titled Hard to define fairness with potential BCS rematch. In it, WMDT reports that:

The top-ranked Tigers have already put together such a strong resume that even if they lose the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday to No.

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“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#1 Nov 28, 2011
If LSU loses their Title game, then they definitely do NOT deserve to go to the NC. Neither does Bama. This system needs a serious overhaul, CFB is becoming a joke.
trooper2

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2011
nobody can play with bama or lsu i do mean nobody roll sec roll

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#3 Nov 28, 2011
Prove it! Them playing each other, does not prove it.
Tim rhodes

United States

#4 Nov 29, 2011
So Matt who do you think should play LSU? I'm intrested to hear
Tim rhodes

United States

#5 Nov 29, 2011
Maybe houston an Boise that would be a great game don't you think
joey

Maringouin, LA

#6 Nov 30, 2011
Matt from Columbus wrote:
Prove it! Them playing each other, does not prove it.
who in your dream world should play?some of your chumps from the big ten?in a senario of one lost teams who would beat bama or lsu out of their conference?why dont your scared athletic directors schedule some sec teams?ask urban myer if he wants to schedule sec teams?thats why he left florida to get away from the sec!now hes suddenly healthy?myer didnt make florida but teebow did!you hate the fact that the 2 best teams in america are lsu and bama and are both from the sec!get used to it matt for the sec is too touigh for your suckeyes!okla state is worthy so far as a great team!that doesent do anythjing for the little 10 which only plays among itself along with bumbs of the month on their schedule!

Since: Jun 11

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#7 Dec 8, 2011
joey wrote:
<quoted text>who in your dream world should play?some of your chumps from the big ten?in a senario of one lost teams who would beat bama or lsu out of their conference?why dont your scared athletic directors schedule some sec teams?ask urban myer if he wants to schedule sec teams?thats why he left florida to get away from the sec!now hes suddenly healthy?myer didnt make florida but teebow did!you hate the fact that the 2 best teams in america are lsu and bama and are both from the sec!get used to it matt for the sec is too touigh for your suckeyes!okla state is worthy so far as a great team!that doesent do anythjing for the little 10 which only plays among itself along with bumbs of the month on their schedule!
It is the SEC teams that do not schedule quality pre-season matchups.
Bad Joke

Great Neck, NY

#8 Dec 8, 2011
LSU beat Alabama already, 9-6, so how can they play for the national championship? If Alabama wins, is there a 'rubber match?' Enough said.

Since: Aug 10

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#9 Dec 8, 2011
The smartest people on the planet tell us college football doesn’t need a playoff system, because the regular season-every game is a playoff.

Since: Aug 10

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#10 Dec 8, 2011
Tim rhodes wrote:
So Matt who do you think should play LSU? I'm intrested to hear
Oklahoma State

LSU beat BAMA in the regular season playoff as we guided by BCS.
DrewC

Sulphur, LA

#11 Dec 8, 2011
-Just Sayin- wrote:
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It is the SEC teams that do not schedule quality pre-season matchups.
LSU started the year with Oregon. Then they played West Virginia for their next OOC ranked team. Sorry buddy, try another arguement. LSU played 8 ranked teams this year. Some programs take a decade to play 8 ranked teams. In-conference matchups don't mean anything in weak conferences.
super duty

Arlington, TX

#12 Dec 8, 2011
For whom this my concern LSU Alabama are the best two teams in the country. And the reason they don't put one of those weak ass team from any other conference is because any of the top four teams in the sec would destroy them and if football fan wanted to see track race they would go to one. We would Like to see a competitive game and that's what we get with a rematch!!!!

Since: Jun 09

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#13 Dec 8, 2011
DrewC wrote:
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LSU started the year with Oregon. Then they played West Virginia for their next OOC ranked team. Sorry buddy, try another arguement. LSU played 8 ranked teams this year. Some programs take a decade to play 8 ranked teams. In-conference matchups don't mean anything in weak conferences.
I agree no one can argue with LSU's schedule this year.

Since: Jun 11

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#14 Dec 9, 2011
DrewC wrote:
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LSU started the year with Oregon. Then they played West Virginia for their next OOC ranked team. Sorry buddy, try another arguement. LSU played 8 ranked teams this year. Some programs take a decade to play 8 ranked teams. In-conference matchups don't mean anything in weak conferences.
I was not attacking LSUs claim to the title game. I think they are the best team in the country.

What I was attacking was this comment made by some yokel: "why dont your scared athletic directors schedule some sec teams". LSU is the exception but by and large SEC teams do not schedule tough OOC matchups and it isn't because everyone is scared to play them. That is childish.
Tim rhodes

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Dec 9, 2011
To damuall ok st lost to Iowa st bama would beat Iowa st with there 3rd string if ok st played LSU people would cut tv off at half blow out this way we see competitive football
Tim rhodes

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Dec 9, 2011
And the big 10 will not play sec during season I promise LSU an bama would play them

Since: Jun 11

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#17 Dec 12, 2011
Tim rhodes wrote:
And the big 10 will not play sec during season I promise LSU an bama would play them
LSU maybe. They scheduled a home-and-home with Ohio State in the late 80s. 88 & 89 I think. But Bama doesn't want to give up that home game.

And there is no way my team, tOSU, wouldn't schedule an SEC team home-and-home.
ryry

Kenner, LA

#18 Dec 12, 2011
Back in 2008 the SEC along with the ACC tried to pass a plus one playoff. the BIG 12 (and others) voted no.(voted NO not to even DISCUSS the issue). This would have gotten Oklahoma St. along with Stanford in. Oh, the IRONY. As I see it, a Big 12 fan should be upset at their former conference president. Just stating the facts!
Tim rhodes

United States

#19 Dec 12, 2011
They knew they would never win one if they passed the plus one think about it

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#20 Dec 13, 2011
I just read an article that suddenly the Big 12 and some Pac 12 ADs (Stanford, what a shock) are now in support of discussing a 4 team playoff?

This gets on my nerves. Everyone has an idea about how these things should go and then the second it affects them adversely they change position. Suddenly, the Stanford AD and the Big 12 are all for a playoff and suddenly Nick Saban no longer believes that you should win your conference to play in the NC game.

Hypocrites.

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