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BCS Standings             BCS    Harris Int.    USA Today        Computer Rankings
through 10/17 Avg Rank Pts % Rank Pts % Avg 1 2 3 4 5 6 %
1. Oklahoma (6-0) .9215 4 2486 .8800 3 1334 .9044 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 .980
2. Oregon (6-0) .8921 1 2774 .9819 1 1452 .9844 8 9 7 9 8 2 11 .710
3. Boise State (6-0) .8898 2 2685 .9504 2 1385 .9390 7 6 2 7 7 6 7 .780
4. Auburn (7-0) .8641 5 2410 .8531 5 1238 .8393 3 2 8 3 5 4 2 .900
5. TCU (7-0) .8573 3 2516 .8906 4 1300 .8814 5 7 5 6 6 7 5 .800
6. LSU (7-0) .8245 6 2164 .7660 6 1132 .7675 2 1 1 2 4 8 3 .940
7. Michigan State (7-0) .7628 8 1964 .6952 8 1037 .7031 4 4 12 4 3 3 4 .890
8. Alabama (6-1) .6654 7 2092 .7405 7 1085 .7356 12 10 4 11 16 20 15 .520
9. Utah (6-0) .6540 9 1925 .6814 9 1004 .6807 11 11 6 12 11 12 10 .600
10. Ohio State (6-1) .5726 10 1761 .6234 10 936 .6346 14 16 14 13 21 14 14 .460
11. Missouri (6-0) .5491 16 1196 .4234 16 640 .4339 6 5 -- 5 2 9 6 .790
12. Stanford (5-1) .5374 13 1455 .5150 14 689 .4671 10 12 17 10 10 5 9 .630
13. Wisconsin (6-1) .5335 11 1646 .5827 11 867 .5878 16 18 13 17 19 10 13 .430
14. Oklahoma State (6-0) .5261 15 1247 .4414 15 659 .4468 9 8 10 8 9 19 8 .690
15. Iowa (5-1) .4824 12 1511 .5349 12 785 .5322 17 19 9 18 17 15 16 .380
16. Nebraska (5-1) .4295 14 1322 .4680 13 768 .5207 20 23 16 23 14 16 19 .300
17. Florida State (6-1) .4267 17 1124 .3979 17 608 .4122 13 15 15 15 18 11 12 .470
18. Arizona (5-1) .3807 18 1037 .3671 18 494 .3349 15 13 18 16 12 13 18 .440
19. Texas (4-2) .2214 22 397 .1405 22 256 .1736 18 17 11 25 15 17 20 .350
20. West Virginia (5-1) .1812 19 663 .2347 19 323 .2190 23 25 22 21 -- -- 22 .090
21. South Carolina (4-2) .1555 21 576 .2039 20 284 .1925 24 22 23 -- 24 -- 24 .070
22. Kansas State (5-1) .1422 25 143 .0506 27 53 .0359 19 14 -- 14 13 21 21 .340
23. Arkansas (4-2) .1302 20 579 .2050 21 274 .1858 28 -- 24 -- -- -- -- .000
24. Mississippi State (5-2).1253 27 129 .0457 24 133 .0902 21 20 19 19 22 22 17 .240
25. Virginia Tech (5-2) .0658 23 242 .0857 23 165 .1119 28 -- 25 -- -- -- -- .000

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Gee, and after all the hype ESPN was making in saying that Boise State being #1. They don't even make the title game if these results remain the same.






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Okla-fucking-homa?! What the hell?!

I didn't see or hear anything today (Sunday) since I was out and about until very late. When I was finally on the road home, I threw on sports radio and during one of the score/news updates they mentioned these BCS standings. After they said Oklahoma was #1 I, for one of the first times ever, had my mouth agape in confusion for a good 15 minutes. It makes no damned sense at all.




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And considering there's zero chance that Oregon runs the table, we may very well be on our way to Oklahoma/Alabama in the National Title game. Huzzah.




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    Originally posted by supersalvadoran
    Gee, and after all the hype ESPN was making in saying that Boise State being #1. They don't even make the title game if these results remain the same.


The SOS for the teams change every week so, if the favorites won out every week, there would be very different rankings from the computers for the last week.



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Boise State probably gets jumped by the Utah/TCU winner, provided that winner runs the table the rest of the way. TCU/Utah are the non-major conference contender we should be thinking about possibly seeing in the national title game.
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    Originally posted by BoromirMark
    Okla-fucking-homa?! What the hell?!

    I didn't see or hear anything today (Sunday) since I was out and about until very late. When I was finally on the road home, I threw on sports radio and during one of the score/news updates they mentioned these BCS standings. After they said Oklahoma was #1 I, for one of the first times ever, had my mouth agape in confusion for a good 15 minutes. It makes no damned sense at all.


How does it make no sense? They have wins over two top 25 teams and are undefeated.
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    Originally posted by wmatistic
      Originally posted by BoromirMark
      Okla-fucking-homa?! What the hell?!

      I didn't see or hear anything today (Sunday) since I was out and about until very late. When I was finally on the road home, I threw on sports radio and during one of the score/news updates they mentioned these BCS standings. After they said Oklahoma was #1 I, for one of the first times ever, had my mouth agape in confusion for a good 15 minutes. It makes no damned sense at all.


    How does it make no sense? They have wins over two top 25 teams and are undefeated.


So does Michigan State or they beat a ranked Michigan team. I would think Wisconsin's win would help Sparty, a little more, but whatever. The fact that Alabama is even in the top 10 is amazing to me. I also agree with I think Craig James or Herbstreet that the Big 12 and SEC are getting better results due to their past. The Big 12 is not as good as it was last year and half of the SEC teams are terrible thus making the SEC average. I would put Wisconsin, Iowa and Utah as my final three and leave the rest as is. Alabama hasn't beaten anyone this year and after how bad they looked against Old Miss, they should be 11 or 12. The weird part is that most of the big schools are going to be cheering for the Irish if Utah beats TCU the week before they go to South Bend.

(edited by lotjx on 18.10.10 0832)
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    Originally posted by lotjx
      Originally posted by wmatistic
        Originally posted by BoromirMark
        Okla-fucking-homa?! What the hell?!

        I didn't see or hear anything today (Sunday) since I was out and about until very late. When I was finally on the road home, I threw on sports radio and during one of the score/news updates they mentioned these BCS standings. After they said Oklahoma was #1 I, for one of the first times ever, had my mouth agape in confusion for a good 15 minutes. It makes no damned sense at all.


      How does it make no sense? They have wins over two top 25 teams and are undefeated.


    So does Michigan State or they beat a ranked Michigan team. I would think Wisconsin's win would help Sparty, a little more, but whatever. The fact that Alabama is even in the top 10 is amazing to me. I also agree with I think Craig James or Herbstreet that the Big 12 and SEC are getting better results due to their past. The Big 12 is not as good as it was last year and half of the SEC teams are terrible thus making the SEC average. I would put Wisconsin, Iowa and Utah as my final three and leave the rest as is. Alabama hasn't beaten anyone this year and after how bad they looked against Old Miss, they should be 11 or 12. The weird part is that most of the big schools are going to be cheering for the Irish if Utah beats TCU the week before they go to South Bend.

    (edited by lotjx on 18.10.10 0832)





Right now, Michigan State has beaten 1 team in the BCS Top 25 in Wisconsin. Oklahoma has knocked off Florida State and Texas, who are both in the BCS Top 25. Missouri this week will also help strengthen Oklahoma.
Whoever wins the Wacky Bowl between Auburn/LSU might go flying up the rankings, and I'll go out on a limb that it won't be the 7-3 Death Fight it was a few years ago.
Why Ohio State is ahead of Wisconsin could be deemed questionable, as Wisconsin's lone loss is to an unbeaten team, while Ohio State's lone loss is to a 1 loss Wisconsin.
All things being equal, better chance that the winner of TCU/Utah plays in the BCS Title game unbeaten than an unbeaten Boise. If the computers hate Boise already, they really will hate them by the end of the year, especially should Va. Tech not win out. Better chance of a 1 loss team beating any of them out from the Big Ten/Big XII/SEC though.
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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
      Originally posted by lotjx
        Originally posted by wmatistic
          Originally posted by BoromirMark
          Okla-fucking-homa?! What the hell?!

          I didn't see or hear anything today (Sunday) since I was out and about until very late. When I was finally on the road home, I threw on sports radio and during one of the score/news updates they mentioned these BCS standings. After they said Oklahoma was #1 I, for one of the first times ever, had my mouth agape in confusion for a good 15 minutes. It makes no damned sense at all.


        How does it make no sense? They have wins over two top 25 teams and are undefeated.


      So does Michigan State or they beat a ranked Michigan team. I would think Wisconsin's win would help Sparty, a little more, but whatever. The fact that Alabama is even in the top 10 is amazing to me. I also agree with I think Craig James or Herbstreet that the Big 12 and SEC are getting better results due to their past. The Big 12 is not as good as it was last year and half of the SEC teams are terrible thus making the SEC average. I would put Wisconsin, Iowa and Utah as my final three and leave the rest as is. Alabama hasn't beaten anyone this year and after how bad they looked against Old Miss, they should be 11 or 12. The weird part is that most of the big schools are going to be cheering for the Irish if Utah beats TCU the week before they go to South Bend.

      (edited by lotjx on 18.10.10 0832)





    Missouri this week will also help strengthen Oklahoma.


Or perhaps Oklahoma will help strengthen Missouri?;)
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These really only matter until there is a week or two left in the season, and even then only if there are either more than two or less than two undefeated teams left, or if there are two undefeated teams but one is a non-AQ team. All of these undefeated teams will sort themselves out over the next few weeks.



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Explain to me why the computers hate Oregon.




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    Explain to me why the computers hate Oregon.


I would guess it is because they beat Portland State (2-4, also FCS), Washington State (1-6), and New Mexico (0-6). LSU beat North Carolina (4-2) and West Virginia (5-1) and Oklahoma beat Florida State (6-1) and Air Force (5-2). Oregon's schedule so far isn't helping them in the computers.



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Due to curcumstances totally in my control, I don't have my rankings yet. I hope to start them tonight and to be caught up by Wednesday.



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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
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      Explain to me why the computers hate Oregon.


    I would guess it is because they beat Portland State (2-4, also FCS), Washington State (1-6), and New Mexico (0-6). LSU beat North Carolina (4-2) and West Virginia (5-1) and Oklahoma beat Florida State (6-1) and Air Force (5-2). Oregon's schedule so far isn't helping them in the computers.

Yeah, Colley puts Oregon's SOS so far at 113th, way behind Boise State and TCU, and just slightly ahead of Utah and Nevada. And notice that several wins are blowouts, and the BCS Computer Rankings are forbidden from considering margin of victory.
Sagarin likes them, even his ELO-CHESS rating that doesn't take margin of victory into account has them 2nd. I think that's because ELO-CHESS believes Stanford is the 5th best team in the country and Arizona State is the 26th best. The other BCS rankings (and the pollsters) disagree.
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