Which teams will make it to the BCS title game this January?
Please, people. One of them will be Alabama. Picking a Nick Saban team to contend for a BCS championship is like testing pasta to see if it’s done. Throw a noodle at a wall—if it is ready, it sticks.
Throw the Crimson Tide into the Rose Bowl this January. They will be al dente.
But before we crown the Tide champions again, there is one team that no one should be overlooking.
I know, your jaw dropped. You’re having laughing fits. Cue the S-E-C chants.
Ohio State has faced SEC teams twice in BCS title games and those forays didn’t end well—the Buckeyes went 0-2 against Florida and LSU.
But that was when the Buckeyes were coached by Jim Tressel.
After serving out their one-year NCAA-sanctioned postseason ban, the Buckeyes are now eligible to play in the Big Ten Championship and beyond. And they’ll be doing that under head coach Urban Meyer.
Meyer took a Buckeye team that had…
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