Florida will be No. 1 and Alabama No. 2 when the Bowl Championship Series standings are released on Sunday, according to projections by Sam Chi, the BCS Guru.
Both teams will be favored in the rest of their regular-season games and should have no trouble advancing to the Southeastern Conference title game.
If you think Georgia can beat Florida, get real. The Bulldogs have given up 37 or more points in seven of their last 13 games. South Carolina has not beaten a team of any merit and Florida State won't stand a chance in the season finale at Gainesville. No way the Gators lose Tim Tebow's last home game.
Alabama's remaining schedule includes pushovers Tennessee, Mississippi State and Chattanooga. The Crimson Tide also play host to Louisiana State, which has little punch on offense, and finish at Auburn, which is quickly fading into obscurity.
Texas has only one hurdle between it and the BCS title game. That would be a trip to Oklahoma State on Oct. 31. The rest of the schedule is full of creampuffs — Missouri, Central Florida, Baylor, Kansas and Texas A&M.
So there you have it. The Florida-Alabama winner plays Texas to become champion of the BCS cartel.