Isn't that interesting. Missouri, the new No. 1 in the Bowl Championship Series standings, is an underdog to Oklahoma, which is No. 9 in the BCS.
The Sooners are a 3.5-point favorite in Saturday's Big 12 title game at San Antonio. If the BCS was about getting the best teams in the title game, the Tigers should be favored on Saturday, correct?
Seriously, what does that say about the system we have in place?
There are 17 games to close the regular season, and the other key game on Saturday has West Virginia, No. 2 in the BCS, listed as a 28.5-point favorite over Pittsburgh at Morgantown. Get out the lighter fluid and ignite that couch!
On Thursday, Rutgers (+2.5) plays at Louisville and on Friday, Fresno State (-13) travels to New Mexico State.
Other featured games on Saturday: Army (+14) vs. Navy at Baltimore; UCLA (+19.5) at USC; California (-13) at Stanford; Arizona (+7) at Arizona State; Washington (+13.5) at Hawaii; Tulsa (+6.5) at Central Florida; Virginia Tech (-4.5) vs. Boston College at Jacksonville and Tennessee (+7.5) vs. Louisiana State at Atlanta.
For all the updated numbers, visit Doc's Sports.
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