No. 1 AND No. 2 both lost again on the same day, just when we thought we had a handle on who'd be in the title game in New Orleans.
Oklahoma ran over No. 1 Missouri, and No. 2 West Virginia somehow got hammered by lowly Pitt at home.
These developments will reshuffle the BCS rankings one more time. It is expected that Ohio State, who had an extremely easy schedule, will be ranked either first or second. LSU, Oklahoma, USC, and Georgia are in the mix to face the Buckeyes for the championship.
I look at it this way: No matter who makes it, they'll be plenty of controversy in the decision. My personal pick would be Oklahoma—who is playing the best football in the nation right now—against Hawaii. Who wouldn't want to see Colt Brennan and crew play for the championship?