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Notre Dame (6-2) is three more wins from being BCS Bowl eligible this season. They must have 9 wins and be in the BCS top 15 to be eligible to be selected to a BCS Bowl and they are on course to be qualified in both cases this season. Who do you feel is the toughest opponent left between the Domers and BCS land this season?
11-06-2005 09:00 PM
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Notre Dame (7-2) is two more wins from a BCS Bowl Bid after a big win at home against Navy 42-21 this weekend
11-12-2005 08:51 PM
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Syracuse (1-8) went down 34-10 at south bend today and the beat goes on for ND now, just one more win from BCS Bowl eligibility.
11-19-2005 08:32 PM
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Only the final game on the schedule @Stanford is between the Irish and BCS Bowl glory this season and a possible match-up with Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl
11-24-2005 08:13 AM
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RE: BCS Bound
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12-14-2010 07:55 AM
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