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Can Notre Dame still play in a BCS bowl game?
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Question by Jared: Can Notre Dame still play in a BCS bowl game?
If ND football wins out, is 9-3 with losses to USF, Michigan, an USC good enough to earn Notre Dame a spot in one of the 5 BCS bowl games?
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Answer by Tommy
No….3 losses won’t get it
Answer by The 90s Sucked
Is that South Florida they lost to….hm no but NBC might just invent a new bowl just for Notre Dame.
Answer by BlueThunder
Since Notre Dame is not in a conference, the current BCS contract with the bowl game committees has a special rule regarding their participation in one of the major bowl games.
If the Irish finish the season in the top 8 of the final BCS rankings, they are guaranteed a spot in one of the 5 BCS bowl games.
Notre Dame isn’t currently ranked in the BCS top 25. If they end up 9-3 they’ll no doubt be in the BCS rankings but that record isn’t good enough to move them all the way to the top 8.
No 3 loss team will be in the top 8 in the final BCS rankings.
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