College Football Rankings 2011: The Stretch Run of the Season Is Setting Up to Be a Classic
Every now and then, you get those special college football seasons where all hell breaks loose down the stretch and you get reminded of why you love the sport so much.
Well, 2011 is looking like it’s going to be one of those years.
Right now, we’ve got eight elite teams all vying for two spots in the big game down in New Orleans, and it looks like for the most part, we’re going to be able settle things fair and square right on the field.
We’ve got three monumental games on the horizon - LSU at Alabama, Oregon at Stanford and Oklahoma at Oklahoma State - and that’s not to mention all the other great conference clashes that are on the second-half slate.
The stretch run of the season promises to be thrilling right down to the very last weekend.
The LSU at Alabama game alone is probably going to be one of the most hyped regular season games we’ve seen since the turn of the millennium.
If you thought 2007 was crazy, you haven’t seen anything yet.
Sure, it’s always fun to watch dark horses like Oregon and Auburn make a run to the big game, but sometimes, you just have to enjoy watching a bunch of powerful favorites duke it out for supremacy.
That’s what it seems like we have this year, and it should be a fun ride to watch from here on out.
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