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Sunday, November 25, 2007

MISSOURI BEATS KANSAS, NEW BCS RANKINGS SUNDAY NIGHT




No. 4 Missouri beat No. 2 Kansas in a classic Border War game at Arrowhead Stadium 36-28. Missouri took control early and never let up thanks to the play of Missouri QB and Heisman candidate Chase Daniels. "Hopefully, we're No. 1 in the nation," said Daniel, the junior quarterback who threw for 361 yards and three touchdowns. "But all that stuff doesn't matter. We've got a tough game going down to San Antonio against a great Oklahoma team." That game against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship game is just another in this season of big games. With a win, Missou is virtually guaranteed to earn a spot in the BCS Title game. The big question is what spot are they going to be in the BCS Rankings that come out this Sunday night. With 4 of the top 10 losing in the second to last weekend before the bowls anything can happen this week. Right now it looks like Missou will control their own fate and West Virginia looks like a lock for the BCS Title Game. Look out for Ohio State and even Georgia to sneak up if Missou loses.
Top 25 roundup


Team
Record

Result

1.
LSU
10-2
Lost to Arkansas 50-48 (3OT)
2.
Kansas
11-1
Lost to No. 4 Missouri 36-28
3.
West Virginia
9-1
Beat Connecticut 66-21
4.
Missouri
11-1
Beat No. 2 Kansas 36-28
5.
Ohio State
11-1
Idle
6.
Arizona State
9-2
Lost to No. 12 Southern California 44-24
7.
Georgia
9-2
Beat Georgia Tech 31-17
8.
Virginia Tech
10-2
Beat No. 15 Virginia 33-21
9.
Oklahoma
9-2
Beat Oklahoma State 49-17
10.
Oregon
8-3
Lost at UCLA 16-0
11.
Texas
9-3
Lost to Texas A&M 38-30
12.
Southern California
9-2
Beat No. 6 Arizona State 44-24
13.
Hawaii
10-0
Beat No. 17 Boise State 39-27
14.
Florida
8-3
Beat Florida State 45-12
15.
Virginia
9-3
Lost to No. 8 Virginia Tech 33-21
16.
Boston College
10-2
Beat Miami 28-14
17.
Boise State
10-1
Lost to No. 13 Hawaii 39-27
18.
Illinois
9-3
Idle
19.
Tennessee
9-3
Beat Kentucky 52-50 (OT)
20.
Wisconsin
9-3
Idle
21.
Connecticut
9-2
Lost to No. 3 West Virginia 66-21
22.
Clemson
8-3
Beat South Carolina 23-21
23.
Brigham Young
9-2
Beat Utah 17-10
24.
Texas Tech
8-4
Idle
25.
Auburn
8-4
Beat Alabama 17-10

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