Sunday, October 12, 2008

Just saying

You can talk all you want about a lack of an anti-Georgia bias in the college football world, but you then explain to me how a one-loss Southern California team that lost to Oregon State is ranked four spots higher than a one-loss Georgia team that lost to the No. 2 team in the country.


Blogger griftdrift said...

How in the hell are the Trojans number 4 in the coaches poll? #4!

4:00 PM  
Blogger Jmac said...

Mother. Of. God.

Honestly, anyone who tells me there isn't some weird pro-USC bias or some unexplainable anti-Georgia bias is crazy.

Georgia was No. 1 for two seconds, won its first four games and fell three spots. It loses to the No. 2 team in the country and tumbles nine spots out of the Top 10?

Southern California loses to an atrocious Oregon State team and is able to get to No. 4?

I used to laugh at folks who said a one-loss, SEC champion Georgia team would be kept out of the BCS title game. Now, if such a scenario presented itself, I wouldn't be shocked to see them ranked No. 7.

5:51 PM  
Blogger paveplanet said...

Win on the field and the polls will follow.

There is way too much football left to be played for anyone to remember where everyone is on October 12th.

In other words, the polls mean squat now and the only purpose they serve today is to get people all excited about something meaningless.

9:21 PM  
Blogger shannon said...

there's definitely bias. pollsters love USC.

but then again, our win over tennessee wasn't very impressive.

right now, i'm just worried about beating florida.

11:21 PM  

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