Too early to be concerned about BCS title game
Eight of the top 10 teams are undefeated. However, as Kirk Herbstreit writes, fans should wait until November arrives before expressing concern about which team is going to be left out of the BCS title game.
Updated: September 28, 2006, 11:01 AM ETBy Kirk Herbstreit | Special to ESPN.com
Because of the imperfect BCS system, fans already are getting jittery for fear that the process won't produce the top two teams for the BCS title game. Heading into the fourth full weekend of the season, college football does not have two clear-cut teams, and there's a reason for that:
Because it's still September.
Scott Schild/WireImage.comThree of Iowa's next four games are against unbeaten teams: Ohio State, Purdue and Michigan.
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Kirk Herbstreit has been an ESPN college football studio analyst since August 1996. Herbstreit, who joined ESPN in September 1995 as a college football sideline analyst for ESPN2, is also a game analyst for ESPN's Thursday night college football telecasts.
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