Plenty of points can be expected in the 2012 Fiesta Bowl.
by Nathan Rush
Oklahoma State (11–1) vs. Stanford (11–1) Date: Jan. 2, 2012 at 8:30 p.m. ET Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
The No. 3 and No. 4 teams in the country — Oklahoma State and Stanford — go toe-to-toe in this year’s Fiesta Bowl, which features two of the three one-loss teams remaining from BCS conferences (with Alabama being the third one-loss squad and LSU, of course, the lone undefeated).
The Tide beat out the Cowboys to face LSU in National Championship Game.
The BCS Championship Game always brings much debate and consternation when its two participants are selected. Even though the BCS has allowed the college football world to see title games that were not contractually possible before 1998, fans and media seem to feel a need to scream and protest throughout the process. This season is no different, with LSU finishing as the only team in the country with a perfect record.
The Cowboys have a much better resume when you look at the teams they've defeated
Oklahoma State might be the reason major changes take place in the BCS next year, or they may be the reason college football finally goes to a playoff system. This year, which was a very weird year, illustrates the flaws in the current college football system.