Posted: 8:00 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013
By Casey Richey
Feel free to use this as an open thread during the day's games
Oklahoma State can lock up the Big 12 title with a win over their in-state rivals. If they are unable to do so, the winner of Texas/Baylor will be the Big 12 champion. I still can't believe Oklahoma State's only loss this year is a WVU team that has wins over William & Mary, Georgia State and TCU. This should be a pretty good game with so much on the line for OSU and the chance to play spoiler for Oklahoma.
UCF, whose only loss was by three points to now-No. 8 South Carolina, is already a lock for a BCS bowl by winning the AAC. But, they should probably keep winning if they want to be a more attractive pick for a BCS bowl (well, more attractive than...than...sorry, UCF. You just don't have the big name draw, yet.)
Become one with the C-USA. Each team comes into the contest with a 7-1 conference mark and 9-3 overall record. Rice will host the game and I don't know why. But whatever. This could actually shape up to be a pretty solid game.
By the time this one kicks off, it could have zero implication on the Big 12 title or essentially be the title game. Texas has a tough task to try and stop the Baylor offense.
The SEC title game that probably no one predicted before the season started should be a pretty good game. Auburn could make its case for a national title bid (despite the one loss) by thumping Missouri.
Stanford and Arizona State face off for a BCS bowl berth. I actually don't give a crap who wins this game.
Yep, Duke is representing the Coastal division and best of luck to them. The ACC needs FSU to win this and go to the National Championship game. It would be the most #goacc moment ever if Duke wins.
You have no idea how hard I'm cheering for Michigan State in this one. Like diamond hard.
Fresno State and Utah State in your night game that actually has something on the line. Goooooooo Mountain West!