Michigan State out of BCS luck

With Michigan State’s win against Penn State on Saturday, the Spartans secured themselves an 11-1 regular season along with a share of the Big Ten championship with Ohio State and Wisconsin.

The BCS, however, ranks the Spartans behind their Big Ten counterparts in the standings. And, due to some BCS rules, only two teams from one conference can compete in BCS games, meaning that the Spartans will be left out to dry.

Roger Groves dissects the problem, via SportsMoney.

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