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Who should be ranked 1st in the nation right now.
Now….all of the rankings are current BCS Rankings as of November 17, 2012.
The teams will remain anonymous so that the game is actually fair. (Unlike real life…)
At the bottom vote for who you think should be ranked 1st after looking at the body of work of these teams.
Team A:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team A: #12, #13, #21,
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team A: No losses
Record: 10-0
Best Statistical Record To Date: Tied fo 1st in the Nation for Overall Points Against
Team B:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team B: #7, #8, #9,
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team B: #5
Record: 9-1
Best Statistical Record To Date: 3rd in the Nation for Overall Points Against
Team C:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team C: #12, #23, #24
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team C: No losses
Record: 10-0
Best Statistical Record To Date: 8th in the Nation for Overall Points For
Team D:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team D: #7, #21,
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team D: #8
Record: 9-1
Best Statistical Record To Date: Tied for 1st in the Nation for Overall Points Against
Team E:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team E: #18, #25,
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team E: No losses
Record: 10-0
Best Statistical Record To Date: 1st in the Nation for Overall Points For
Team F:
The Current Rank of Teams Defeated by Team F: #6,
The Current Rank of Teams that Beat Team F: #9
Record: 9-1
Best Statistical Record To Date: 22nd in the Nation for Overall Points Against

CollegeFootballTalk

In the flurry of reports coming out of both Eugene and Tampa Sunday night and into Monday morning, there appeared to be two certainties: one, Chip Kelly at some point had agreed to leave Oregon to become the next head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and, two, he at some point had a change of heart and stayed with the Ducks.

There were even reports that the Ducks had gone so far as to give Kelly’s title to offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich.

Not so on all of those fronts says the coach who remained at the collegiate level and is well aware of the fact that National Signing Day is a mere six days away.

In a radio interview Thursday night, Kelly stated in very black-and-white language that he never accepted the Bucs job, and thus never “flip-flopped” back to the Ducks.

The only decision I ever…

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