If College Football Had A Playoff: No. 10 Boise State At No. 2 Oregon

EUGENE OR - OCTOBER 21: LaMichael James #21 of the Oregon Ducks runs the ball against the UCLA Bruins on October 21 2010 at the Autzen Stadium in Eugene Oregon. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

This is a huge matchup because Boise State has won the last two times these schools met, and last year Boise was able to stifle the fast past Duck offense. Both the Oregon offense and the Boise defense are better this season which would make this matchup very appealing.

What If Sports predicts a close win by Oregon 32-27.  This would be such a good game to watch and in the box all the key players did well. LaMichael James had 159 yards, Boise State's Jeremy Avery rushed for 105 and both quarterbacks threw for over 200 yards and two scores.

Now, it is time for the viewers to vote in this matchup to see who advances. Each matchup will be posted at 10 a.m. mountain time and lasts for 24 hours, so spread the word and vote. Also, discuss how this matchup may turn out if actually played.

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