Tomorrow we switch from the SEC to the Pac-12, where we will have what is perhaps the second biggest game of the season between the No. 7 Oregon Ducks and the undefeated No. 4 Stanford Cardinal.
For Stanford the game is huge because with a win they will more than likely leapfrog Alabama and take over the #3 ranking. A win by Oregon can quite possibly land them at #5, leapfrogging #5 Boise State and #6 Oklahoma. And it will keep the Ducks alive in the national title conversation.
As for all those who were left with a bitter taste in their mouths after the LSU-Alabama game, there is still a strong possibility that LSU and Alabama can meet again for the national title. The key is the No. 2 Oklahoma State Cowboys. If the Cowboys loss a game and LSU and Alabama run the table, then we will perhaps have a rematch between No. 1 LSU and new No. 2 Alabama for the national title. This scenario is highly conceivable since the Cowboys do have a date with the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners on Dec. 3. It's a game which I think Oklahoma will win and take out OK State from the national title conversation.
But it all starts with Oregon-Stanford tomorrow. A Stanford win could be a dagger for Alabama. However, I think Oregon will go into Stanford tomorrow and stun the Cardinal. Call it a gut feeling. Hey, I was right about LSU beating Alabama by a whisker, right?