Originally posted by Paul Bourdeaux:
Heck, for one I am just happy that the BCS system got it right. USC and Texas are definately the two teams that should be in the Rose Bowl!
For my money, ever since the Notre Dame/USC game I have been pulling for USC.
From what I can gather this is a sports question (although
"Universal Service Collaborator?"
Originally posted by Adrian Wallace:
From what I can gather this is a sports question (although its not obvious).
I'm guessing that use of the term "bowl" implies this is an NFL/Gridiron thing?
Am I right?
Is that a fair assumption do all NFL games take place in a "bowl"?
Do any other sports do stuff in a "bowl"?
Obviously I'm not in a position to comment on a preference between Texas and USC - but If forced to pick one I'd say "Texas" because at least they have the decency to tell me where they're from in their name! "USC" Sounds to me like another technology the marketing guys try to persuade me I need to learn in order to gain benefit from IBMs latest "solution" offering.
(Set me straight here - what is "USC"?)... "Universal Service Collaborator?"
Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
The only one hick-up and it is strictly due to the contract that Notre Dame has with the BCS. Which , in and of itself is weird, the only school that has a contract, all the other schools is through their conference.