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Controversy in the BCS isn’t something new, but this year could provide us with a ton of debate at the top.
LSU will finish the season 13-0. Alabama will once again finish the regular season 11-1 with its only loss coming in another close game to LSU on the road. Georgia will be 12-1 and can make the argument that they deserve a rematch with LSU.
Oklahoma will finish the season 11-1 and tied for first in the Big 12 with West Virginia, who will also be 11-1 but own the tiebreaker over the Sooners.
Michigan will finish 12-1 and undefeated in the Big Ten, with its only loss coming to Alabama on a neutral field in the opener.
USC will finish 12-1 as well after dropping an early October game at Washington, but will rebound and beat Oregon not once, but twice.
Just to make things even more fun, we’ll assume that Boise St. upsets Michigan St. on opening weekend and then runs the table in the Mountain West and finishes 12-0.
LSU will be a shoe-in for the title game, but does the BCS grant Alabama another rematch after another close regular-season loss?
Does it put Michigan in considering they won their conference and their only loss came on opening weekend?
Or do they finally give an unbeaten Boise St. team a shot in the title game?
In the end the LSU will play…