College Football: Why Florida, Texas, LSU, and Oklahoma Close Calls Mean Little

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College Football: Why Florida, Texas, LSU, and Oklahoma Close Calls Mean Little
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If the BCS Title Game selections for 2010 were based upon results from the first week of the season we could pencil in Oregon and Florida State right now.

The Ducks and Seminoles won their opening games by a combined total of 131-6.

But championships are not won the first week of the season, and the year long road with many conference hills to climb will produce the nation's best by the time daylight hours grow short.

The reason such a statement can be made without hesitancy is because of an undisputed truth in all areas of competition– the unbreakable two way rule.

This rule demands there are only two ways of looking at results, the way it should be and the way it is.

What does this tried and true finite algorithm reveal concerning the above listed teams?

Let us take a look at the past, present, and future of the following football programs and see what we can decipher.

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