Week 7: Playoffs is Not Place for Losers!

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In Week 7, many citizens of District 3 was on edge of seats as Fighting Irish of Notre Dame is ruining unbeaten season for Michigan Wolverines.

In Week 7, many citizens of District 3 is on edge of seats as Fighting Irish of Notre Dame is ruining unbeaten season for Michigan Wolverines.

Week 7 of 2013 Commie Football season is now written into history books!

In old BCS system, at end of football season almost every team, even mediocre team with barely winning or sometimes even LOSING record, is making to special invite bowl game.

In Commie Football, when season is over, many teams – even good teams with winning record – is going home to cry in college textbooks. After seven weeks, some teams is already eliminated from playoffs. Here is why – in Commie Football, teams must have SEVEN regular season wins to qualify for playoffs, even if team is best in division. Why is this? Because if 6-6 team makes to playoffs and loses in first round, this team is now finishing season with LOSING 6-7 record. Is unfair to better teams that is NOT making playoffs and is bringing great shame to all of college football! Already this season is some teams with 6 or 7 losses, so is already OUT of playoffs. As example, Toledo Rockets (District 3), Boilermakers of Purdue (District 5), and Buffaloes of Colorado (District 7) is having no wins.

But another question is – will all very bad teams be relegated to Tier 2 next season? Answer is NYET – is not just won-loss record that is determining fate. But we will have more discussion on this at later time.

Here is highlights of Week 7:

  • District 1: Boston College (6-1, #12) and Penn State (7-0, #4) is both having 3-game lead in respective division. Is likely to meet in District 1 Championship Game (first round of playoffs).
  • District 2: After easy 36-8 victory over rival Kentucky Wildcats, new #1 team in Top Power 25 is Louisville Cardinals (7-0, #1). But is only holding slim lead in division over Gamecocks of South Carolina (6-1, #9). Is setting stage for epic Week 12 clash!
  • District 3: Wolverines of Michigan (6-1, #10) is suffering first loss of season to Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3-4). Hoosiers of Indiana (5-2, #21) and Michigan State Spartans (5-2, #23) is silently sneaking up like KGB agent. Ohio State Buckeyes (5-2, #17) is tied with Bearcats of Cincinnati (5-2, #24) in South division.
  • District 4: Alabama Crimson Tide (5-2, #18) is having higher rank than Auburn (5-2, #25), but was losing to Tigers in Week Two, so must win division by whole game to make playoffs. In East division, LSU (6-1, #8) is in similar boat with Seminoles of Florida State (6-1, #6).
  • District 5: Fighting Illini of Illinois (4-3) is upsetting rival Northwestern (5-2), 32-21. This is putting Wisconsin Badgers (6-1, #14) in first place in division.
  • District 6: Unbeaten Sooners of Oklahoma (7-0, #2) is only squeaking by Tulsa Golden Hurricane 30-26, is dropping one spot in Top Power 25. Is meeting rival Oklahoma State (6-1, #15) in two weeks. Unranked Houston Cougars (5-2) is taking lead in South division after 28-21 defeat of pesky Rice Owls (4-3).
  • District 7: All Baylor Bears (7-0, #3) do is keep winning games. TCU (3-4) is having huge 31-29 upset, is spoiling plans of Texas Tech (5-2, #16). BYU (4-3) is winning easy over 2012 Champion Aggies of Utah State (4-3), who is looking more and more like Cinderella of last year.
  • District 8: In huge game, Ducks of Oregon (6-1, #5) is showing Washington Huskies (5-2, #20) who is boss in North division with 45-24 victory. In South, USC (4-3) is enjoying 33-26 upset over Stanford (5-2, #19), leaving Bruins of UCLA (6-1, #7) alone in first place.

Oh, and is many exciting development on Tier 2. But is late in night and is time for sleeping.

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