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I did one with 2006.  Check it out if you haven't already.

Here are the seeds.

1. USC Trojans

2. Texas Longhorns

3. Penn State Nittany Lions

4. Ohio State Buckeyes

5. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

6. Georgia Bulldogs

7. West Virginia Mountaineers

8. Florida State Seminoles

9. Oregon Ducks

10. Auburn Tigers

In 2006, ten teams made a BCS Bowl game.  In 2005, only eight teams were in a BCS Bowl games.  Those teams got the top 8 seeds while the highest ranked non-BCS teams got the nine and ten slots.

The first week consists of two games.  West Virginia v. Auburn & Florida State v. Oregon.

West Virginia 31, Auburn 20-Steve Slaton can do enough to beat the Tigers.  The Tigers didn't have a great player who could take over a game.  Slaton does that.

Florida State 24, Oregon 7-Oregon was very good, but they played a weak schedule.  They would be lucky to put up seven on the Florida State defense featuring Kamerion Wimbley, Ernie Sims, and Brodrick Bunkley.

Here are the quarterfinal matchups. 

Fiesta Bowl-USC v. Florida State
Orange Bowl-Texas v. West Virginia
Capitol One Bowl-Penn State v. Georgia
Cotton Bowl-Ohio State v. Notre Dame

USC 31, Florida State 20-Matt Lienart, Reggie Bush, Dwayne Jarrett, Steve Smith, Ryan Kalil, LenDale White, Winston Justice, Dominique Byrd.  Yep.  That could beat the Seminole defense.

Texas 38, West Virginia 20-Slaton couldn't do anything against Michael Huff, Michael Griffin, Aaron Ross, Jon Scott, and Rodrique Wright on the Longhorn defense.

Penn State 41, Georgia 21-Penn State, led by Michael Robinson, was amazing.  Pos was having his great year, and the defense was superb.

Notre Dame 31, Ohio State 21-Notre Dame would have won this game in real life if it wasn't for a very, very bad call on a fumble return. 

Here are the semis

Rose-USC v. Notre Dame
Sugar-Texas v. Penn State

USC 31, Notre Dame 30-You know how much I want to give this to Notre Dame, but this is a home game for USC.

Texas 21, Penn State 20-A scare for Texas before the big game.

Texas 31, USC 24-Vince Young throws for three touchdowns and runs for another to win this game.  MVP-Vince Young, Texas

No big changes here.  These guys were the two best teams by far.

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