Nittany Lions will gain most with Texas or USC loss
What happens if Texas and/or USC lose on Saturday? Well, there are a couple of different scenarios, writes Brad Edwards.
- As we all wait for the much-anticipated Texas-USC Rose Bowl matchup to become official, let's pass a little time in the final hours before Sunday's BCS bowl announcements with some wild speculation.
Since nobody really cares what I would do if I were made commissioner of college football, let's focus on another unlikely event. What would happen if Texas or USC lost on Saturday?
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