It looks as if there is legislation that will require FSU to be the last team chosen to go to a bowl game. Per a wikipedia article...I know bad reference...A 6-6 team can't be chosen over a 7 win team for a bowl game. So unless FSU were to beat UF we can't go to any bowl other then the Emerald Nut Bowl or the Eagle Bank Bowl in DC. Can anyone confirm/deny this....
Here is the excerpt from the wiki page:
On April 26, 2006, the NCAA announced that they were relaxing the rules for eligibility starting with the 2006 season, particularly in light of the new 12 game college football season. Now, teams with .500 records can qualify for bowl games if their conference has a contract with a bowl game. Also, teams with .500 records (i.e. 6–6) could earn bowl bids if all other FBS teams with winning records have been taken and postseason spots still remain vacant. In thirteen-game seasons (used because of conference championship games, or allowable when a team from the U.S. mainland plays at Hawaiʻi), a team must win seven games.
Occasionally there will be more bowl eligible teams than there are spots in the NCAA football bowl games in the season. In these cases, some bowl eligible teams will not be invited to play in any NCAA football bowl game. Typically, teams with seven or more wins will not be left out of bowl games, although many seasons, most recently 2007, see at least one such team uninvited. One of the main rules regarding bowl eligibility, NCAA Division I Bylaw 184.108.40.206, has several provisions that attempt to ensure that teams with seven wins will receive preference for bowl bids:
Bowl games that have a contract with a conference must select a team with at least seven wins if one is available.
Any bowl berths that become eligible when a conference fails to meet its contracted tie-ins must first be filled by any eligible 7-win teams before any remaining FBS 6–6 teams can be accommodated.
Additionally, conferences are not allowed to sign contingency agreements with bowl games that would allow 6–6 teams from their conferences to receive bowl berths at the expense of any potential team with seven or more wins. While this does not prevent conferences from signing contingency agreements that are triggered when a second conference is unable to provide enough eligible teams to fill all of its contracted berths, it does not allow a 6–6 team from the contingency confe