Tigers, Tide 1-2 in BCS standings

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LSU-Alabama Round 2 is just a few victories away.

A weekend filled with upsets left the Southeastern Conference rivals in the top two spots in the BCS standings released Sunday.

And Arkansas is third, further increasing the possibility of an all-SEC BCS championship game Jan. 9 in New Orleans that would be a rematch of a regular-season game.

Though if the Tigers can beat Arkansas on Saturday, then Georgia in the SEC title game on Dec. 3, and the Crimson Tide beat Auburn on Saturday, it's almost a lock that LSU-Alabama will play again, this time at the Superdome.

LSU beat Alabama 9-6 in overtime Nov. 6 in Tuscaloosa.

Oklahoma State, which suffered the most surprising loss of the weekend, fell to fourth place.

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EagleDawg 11/20/11 - 10:07 pm
Everyone please DONOT watch

Everyone please DONOT watch any BCS Bowl Games this year, then the NCAA will get the message that WE NEED A PLAYOFF SYSTEM. Look at it as a lockout by the fans.

justthefacts 11/20/11 - 10:21 pm
Sorry Eagle, no can do.

Sorry Eagle, no can do.

Vito45 11/20/11 - 10:59 pm
Won't happen EagleDawg, we

Won't happen EagleDawg, we idolize sports too much in this country to force them into anything. They can keep jacking ticket prices, ripping you off for forced contributions for the RIGHT to buy season tickets (also giving preference to those with the deepest pockets on the "giving"), and in the pros, outright selling you the privilege to pay jacked up prices for season tickets; and like drug addicts we keep paying for the fix.

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