Originally Posted by NomadicSole21
Originally Posted by ninjallamafromhell
Oregon has only played Washington who wet the bed yesterday against ASU. ASU is a decent enough team, but Washington shouldn't have gotten blown out like that. It puts a big fat question mark on Oregon's only quality win. Unless you want to add in the massacre they did to Tennessee, and Tennessee getting an upset win yesterday.
What some people seem to forget is that if Oregon wins out they will play UCLA twice (assuming that UCLA continues to win as well). I'd argue that UCLA is pretty much the equivalent of Clemson.
Ehh we basically got cockblocked and trolled hard by Stanford this year, they played an undefeated and top 15 ranked Washington and top 10 ranked UCLA the week prior to us playing them. That kinda makes the ranked teams we play seem weak to most people because we beat a one loss team instead of an undefeated one.
I think Oregons safest route to the NC game is for us to keep winning out, hope Stanford and UCLA keeps climbing up the poll and the BCS computer to not screw us over.
Eh, FSU has played no one but an obviously overrated Maryland, and an obviously overrated Clemson.
'Bama has played no one but TAMU, which while a good team is really only half a team. Just really good on that half.
Ohio State has only played Wisconsin since NW decided to return back to reality
Missouri should be interesting even if they beat a banged up Georgia team that probably shouldn't be in the top 10 healthy, and a Florida team that has no business being ranked at all this year
I'm holding my opinion on Baylor until later when they play some better/more complete teams.
So really in the end Oregon is right there with the rest of them