Even if you live under a rock on some other planet, you'd know that the SEC has won the last five BCS championships. But apparently that's still not good enough.
Now the SEC wants to hoard the national championship game entirely to itself, and have the game played on its turf to boot.
After the bloodletting of top-ranked teams this weekend, which got a head start on Friday when Oklahoma State lost at double-digit underdog Iowa State, you'll find three SEC West teams occupying the first three spots of the next BCS Standings.
Even if you don't like to see an LSU-Alabama rematch in the BCS title game in New Orleans, that seems all but inevitable as long as LSU beats Arkansas at home next week. Besides, what are your other choices?
Oklahoma State, believe it or not, might get a mulligan if the 174 coaches and Harris voters really don't want to see another soccer game. There are also Stanford and Virginia Tech, each with one loss. After that, it's either a 2-loss team or Houston or Boise State, so no chance.
The Guru will break down all the scenarios, with two weeks remaining in the college football regular season. Check it out in the morning at SB Nation.
For now, here's the projected BCS Standings:
1. LSU, 2. Alabama, 3. Arkansas, 4. Oklahoma State, 5. Stanford, 6. Virginia Tech, 7. Oklahoma, 8. Oregon, 9. Boise State, 10. Houston, 11. South Carolina, 12. Kansas State, 13. Michigan State, 14. Georgia, 15. Michigan.