THE HUNT FOR BOWL SEASON

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As the 2013 college football season rolls along, we’ve seen our share of nail bitters, renewed rivalries, and no shortage of upsets. While teams such as Baylor and Auburn have surprised us, others have predictably dominated, and there is little argument that we are in the middle of an Alabama dynasty. As it stands this week, 49 teams are now bowl-eligible, while many more are looking to cross that threshold with a win this Saturday. As teams across the country fight for bowl positioning, we take a look at who is on the hunt for the BCS National Championship.

THE CURRENT TOP TEN

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ALABAMA

With the Tide rolling to another BCS Championship Appearance, LSU will enter Bryant-Denny as their biggest roadblock to Pasadena.

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FLORIDA STATE 

The Seminoles re-entered the BCS Championship game picture with a convincing win over in-state rival Miami.

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OREGON

Oregon appears to have the upper hand on FSU because of Strength of Schedule, and will be looking to avenge their overtime loss to Stanford from last year.

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OHIO STATE

Urban Meyer is still undefeated for the Buckeyes, but will need some help if he hopes to play for the National Championship.

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STANFORD

Stanford will once again have the opportunity to ruin Oregon’s title hopes this tonight.

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BAYLOR

Lache Seastrunk hopes to carry Baylor to their first Big 12 Title and BCS appearance.

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CLEMSON

Although the Tigers suffered a major setback against Florida State, Tahj Boyd has them vying for a spot in a BCS bowl game.

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MISSOURI

One of the season’s biggest surprises, Missouri has the inside track to a meeting with ‘Bama in the SEC Championship.

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AUBURN

Gus Malzahn’s return to Auburn has the nation looking forward to the Iron Bowl.

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OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma needs a big win over Baylor to get themselves back into the Big 12 hunt.

The journey to Pasadena continues on Saturday, and we could very easily be looking at a different top 10 next week. After a massive College Football Saturday we will have a better feel of who will be playing in the “Granddaddy of Them All.” Comment and tell us your bowl game predictions.

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