Agree that Iowa is still not a lock for the Fiesta. Yes, a Nebraska win knocks Iowa (and PSU) out of the Fiesta picture. B12 would get an at-large team (Texas) into the BCS rather than the B10 (Iowa/PSU). I don't think it affects our Insight chances much. I don't think we're tied to Iowa's chances as much as everyone wants to believe, but more importantly the second BCS bid bumps everyone up a notch in the B12 selection order.
I guess I didn't think about if Neb wins it mean Neb and Tex to BCS, then bumping up the rest of the Big 12 a notch.
There are some huge implications on Iowa and ISU from this game.
I guess I would just think Iowa would get picked over PSU. I know PSU has a good traveling history but Iowa has a ton of people who would go to that game.
I thought that Pat Harty said that the Hawks were going to the Cap-One bowl and that PennState was going to the fiesta bowl...
It really has no bearing on where ISU ends up anyway....Each of these teams have to carry their own water!!!!
Let this mizzou fiasco be a warning to all you fair weather fans...Ya better go to whatever bowl selects you (& not shun the alamo bowl like mizzou)....and show up in droves with money in hand and a smile on your face...
I know this is history...but I actually me and the wife went to the Peach bowl in 1977 in atlanta ga...24,000 cyclone fans showed up and the Peach bowl/ atlanta ga people loved us for our support...Most of us tipped with two dollar bills and I had a cab driver tell me that he had never seen so many two dollar bills floating around atlanta....
CyBob sez: Bowl Officials have Long Long Memories!!!!
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