wineart 2 posted:pinotlvr posted:
If LSU beats GA, they will be the only team in the top 4 to have played on out of conference power 5 team that wasn't an annual in-state rivalry.
If LSU beats Georgia, what teams are in the top 4?
I guess I should have put that I'd assume Utah would take the #4 spot if they win the Pac12. OU already beat Baylor and is behind Utah, so if Utah beats Oregon, does beating Baylor again provide enough to jump Utah? Baylor could be the weakest 10-1 team in recent memory, scraping by in far too many games this year. In a beauty contest, what matters more? OU's K-state loss vs. Utah's USC loss or OU beating Baylor twice.
Obviously still a lot of what if's...and if OU does make the top 4, they do have UCLA as a non conference opponent. Power 5 match-ups don't always live up to being competitive (Florida had 2 this year and both were 6-6) and most thought Chip Kelly would do better when UCLA than he's done, but at least OU put them on the schedule