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Published: Sunday, Oct. 20 2013 7:10 p.m. MDT

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Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

East Salt Lake City, Utah

You may not want to talk about being exposed at home.

AZ Ute
Scottsdale, AZ

While I'm among those that thinks Aliotti is on the wrong side of this debate, if the final point differential between Oregon and WSU had ANYTHING to do with Oregon dropping to 3rd behind FSU in the BCS rankings, it shows yet again what a complete travesty the BCS has been. Think of it - If Alabama, Florida State and Oregon all win out, the Ducks could very easily be left out of the national championship game. What then? Would we all look back at Aliotti with the the same disdain we feel today? Or would it shift to Mike Leach?!

Good riddance, BCS.

Highland, UT

@az ute

We would still look back at aliotti with the same disdain and would not shift anything to leach. It is aliotti's job to stop other teams from scoring and he couldn't get it done. Why does leach owe aliotti anything? It is leach's job to keep trying hard and to improve his team, it isn't his problem, or concern, if oregon gets left out of the bcs championship because their defense isn't very good.

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