With the Aggies upsetting Alabama, that leaves three teams unbeaten. Oregon. Kansas State and Notre Dame. The SEC needs two of the three to lose or they will be shut out of the BCS Title Game and their streak of titles will end.
God, let's hope so. Despite the protestations of people like Gary Danielson, there is no way a 1-loss SEC team is getting into the title game without help.
They may get that help--all 3 unbeatens have tough games remaining. But if I were a betting man I really wouldn't bet on ND or Oregon losing. K-State is a bit iffier but I think they're at least as likely as not to run the table themselves.
ND seems to have BC in control right now, which leaves USC as pretty much their only roadblock (struggle with Pitt or not, I can't imagine the Irish having major issues with Wake Forest next week). Oregon still has the Civil War and the USC/UCLA winner in the P12 title game.
K-State has Baylor and Texas. Baylor really isn't that good and I don't expect them to be able to stop Klein. Texas is better than the past couple of years but the Wildcats should be the favorite.
Obviously this is rampant speculation, since we all assumed 'bama would roll A&M today, too. But an SEC-less title game would be healthy for college football.