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Top Four Remain the Same in BCS Standings

Sunday, November 7, 2010



TOP FOUR REMAIN THE SAME IN BCS STANDINGS

SEC Has Six Teams in Top 25

The University of Oregon remains No. 1 in the latest BCS Standings after an impressive blowout victory over Washington on Saturday. Auburn, which rolled over FCS UT-Chattanooga, remains No. 2, while TCU and Boise State, stay at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, after blowout victories. The top two teams in the final BCS standings play for the BCS National Championship in Glendale this year.

After the top four, however, there have been some significant changes. LSU, which upended Alabama on Saturday in Baton Rouge, jumped from No. 10 all the way to No. 5, to become the highest-ranked one-loss team. At No. 6 is Stanford, a jump of seven spots and the Cardinal's highest ranking ever after they crushed then No. 15 Arizona on Saturday. No. 7 is Wisconsin, which moved up two spots. No. 8 is Nebraska, which actually dropped one position after needing overtime to beat Iowa State. Ohio State moves up one spot after its bye, checking in at No. 9. Rounding out the top 10 is another streaking team, Oklahoma State, which jumped seven spots after crushing then No. 21 Baylor to take over the top position in the Big 12 South standings.

The Southeastern Conference has six ranked teams total as Alabama slips to No. 12 after its loss to LSU; Arkansas moves up three to No. 15; Mississippi State is No. 19; Florida makes its first appearance of the year in the standings at No. 22 and South Carolina is No. 23, despite losing to Arkansas. The Big 12 also has six ranked teams and the Big Ten has four - though all four are in the top 13.

November 7, 2010

BCS Standings

  1. Oregon (9-0)
  2. Auburn (10-0)
  3. TCU (10-0)
  4. Boise State (8-0)
  5. LSU (8-1)
  6. Stanford (8-1)
  7. Wisconsin (8-1)
  8. Nebraska (8-1)
  9. Ohio State (8-1)
  10. Oklahoma State (8-1)
  11. Michigan State (9-1)
  12. Alabama (7-2)
  13. Iowa (7-2)
  14. Utah (8-1)
  15. Arkansas (7-2)
  16. Oklahoma (7-2)
  17. Missouri (7-2)
  18. Arizona (7-2)
  19. Mississippi State (7-2)
  20. Virginia Tech (8-2)
  21. Nevada (8-1)
  22. Florida (6-3)
  23. South Carolina (6-3)
  24. Kansas state (6-3)
  25. Texas A&M (6-3)

 

Sugar Bowl Bowl Projections

 
ESPN (Schlabach): LSU vs. TCU (both Alabama and Wisconsin are replaced)
ESPN (Adelson): Auburn vs. Boise State (Auburn replaces Alabama)
CBS Sports: Auburn vs. Wisconsin (Wisconsin replaces Iowa)
College Football News: LSU vs. Boise State (Auburn and TCU are replaced)
SI.com (Mandel): Auburn vs. Boise State (updates on Monday)
AOL Fanhouse (McMurphy): Alabama vs. Iowa (updates on Tuesday)