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1985nole

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1996 Déjà Vu

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What are the chances this year's BCS could end up like 1996? FSU had just beat Florida in Doak Campbell to end the season undefeated and was heading to the Sugar Bowl. The opponent would be Nebraska once they dispatched an average Texas team in the first ever Big 12 Championship game. Unfortunately Texas didn't cooperate and this allowed Florida to back into the Sugar Bowl. This year we have an undefeated Alabama that still has to face Auburn and either Missouri or South Carolina in the SEC Championship. A loss opens the door for an undefeated Ohio State team. However what happens if Ohio State loses to Michigan or Michigan State? All of a sudden a once beaten Clemson in back in the hunt. Great for the ACC but FSU ends up playing a rematch. Does the BCS correct the mistake of the old Bowl Alliance and prevent a rematch or will FSU have to beat Clemson twice in the same season?

Your thoughts?
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Why I Believe FSU Lost To Florida

I have been following FSU football for about 35 years and I have seen some incredible wins and some horrific loses. It doesn't matter if it is Jimbo Fisher or Bobby Bowden we just seem to get out...

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