Published November 5, 2012 - 8:50am
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With week 10 in the books, it all but guaranteed Alabama and Georgia will play in Atlanta for the SEC Championship.
Check out the week 10 recap action and the week 11 BCS rankings.
BCS National Championship Game: Alabama
All-State Sugar Bowl: Georgia
Capital One Bowl: Florida
Outback Bowl: LSU
AT&T Cotton Bowl: Texas A&M
Chick-fil-A Bowl: South Carolina
Gator Bowl: Mississippi State
Music City Bowl: Tennessee
Liberty Bowl: Vanderbilt
BBVA Compass Bowl: Ole Miss
Independence Bowl: Missouri
LSU, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina will all be in a position to selected by an at-large SEC team by the Sugar Bowl. Georgia will get another ranked opponent in the SEC Championship game, likely Bama, and Florida and South Carolina still play ranked opponents, too. Florida still has #10 FSU left and Carolina still has #13 Clemson.
Let’s assume Georgia loses the SEC Championship game, they drop to two losses, and Florida could seemingly jump them with only one loss, as well as South Carolina because of the head-to-head. LSU will likely win out, furthermore increasing their opportunity to play in New Orleans. It’s an imperfect system, I know, but it will be fun to see how it shakes out.
Missouri still has a shot to get to six wins with Tennessee, Syracuse and Texas A&M left on the schedule.
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