We’re heading into Week 9 of the 2011 college football season already, and there are teams with real BCS hopes that are being disrespected by the stupid computer systems.
There isn’t much time to make an even bigger impression, but the following teams have legitimate gripes with where they are ranked in this week’s poll.
While the only thing these teams can do to correct the issues is to just keep on winning, there is an obvious flaw in the system that is supposed to keep college football interesting.
Which Team Faces the Most BCS Bias?
The Penn State Nittany Lions are sitting at 7-1 with their only loss coming to No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide, and the BCS computers could only manage to put them at No. 19.
While the offense has been putrid at times this season, it has been the stellar play of the vaunted defense that has made the Nittany Lions a feared team. If they can run the table and beat teams like Nebraska and Wisconsin, they will be a top consideration for a major bowl.
The Michigan Wolverines lost a heartbreaker to rival Michigan State, and they dropped to No. 18 in the nation because of it.
With teams like Oregon, Oklahoma State and South Carolina facing similar defeats, there is no legitimate reason the BCS computers could come up with to satisfy the dismay with the flawed system.
The Boise State Broncos should have the biggest issues with the BCS computers because every year they are the team getting passed over for bigger money producing schools.
Boise State is 7-0 and will more than likely run the table to achieve another perfect season and garnish no attention for it.
While they deserve a chance at a BCS Championship, the Broncos don’t have the financial support to sway the computer like the SEC and other big conferences do.
|Rank||Team|| BCS Average
|3|| Oklahoma State
|4|| Boise State
|8|| Kansas State
|11|| Michigan State
|12|| Virginia Tech
|13|| South Carolina
|16|| Texas A&M
|19|| Penn State
|21|| Arizona State
|25|| West Virginia