BCS Rankings 2012: What Happens If All the Top Teams Finish with One Loss?

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BCS Rankings 2012: What Happens If All the Top Teams Finish with One Loss?
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So, the main discussion in college football right now is about what happens if everyone finishes undefeated. While that's a great argument to have, college football hasn't seen a scenario with more than two undefeated teams from major conferences since 2008 and the Utah situation.

The bottom line is that there are airtight arguments for every undefeated team left in the BCS Top 10. What we need to be asking ourselves, especially in a season that has already seen so much movement at the top of the rankings, is what would happen if everyone pulled an "Oklahoma State" and dropped a game between now and December 2nd.

For all the top teams have one loss, Alabama, Kansas State, Notre Dame and Oregon would all have to lose only one game between now and the final whistle of championship weekend. (Georgia already has its loss.)

We will explore the two scenarios that are possible with this hypothesis and make an informed prediction as to who would appear in the 2013 BCS National Championship.

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