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Kent State in a BCS Bowl, Seriously?

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Should a team that got blown out by Kentucky get a BCS bowl berth?

 

That's the burning question - not who's No. 1 or No. 2 - from the latest BCS standings. Kent State is on the precipice of becoming the first MAC team to land a BCS bid. At No. 17, the Golden Flashes need to move up just one spot in next week's final standings to secure a huge payday for their conference.

 

But should they get a spot? Should a team that accounted for Kentucky's only victory over an FBS team this season be playing in the Orange Bowl in Miami?

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