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BCS Standings             BCS  Prev  Harris Int.    USA Today       Computer Rankings
through 11/24 Avg Week Rank Pts % Rank Pts % Avg 1 2 3 4 5 6 %
1. Alabama (11-0) .9881 1 1 2595 .9981 1 1544 .9961 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 .970
2. Florida State (11-0) .9697 2 2 2494 .9592 2 1488 .9600 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 .990
3. Ohio State (11-0) .9200 3 3 2389 .9188 3 1428 .9213 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 .920
4. Auburn (10-1) .8236 6 5 2139 .8227 5 1268 .8181 4 5 7 4 5 8 4 .830
5. Missouri (10-1) .8077 8 6 2109 .8112 6 1243 .8019 5 4 10 5 7 6 5 .810
6. Clemson (10-1) .7726 7 4 2148 .8262 4 1289 .8316 10 12 4 9 10 14 7 .660
7. Oklahoma State (10-1) .7615 10 7 2013 .7742 7 1225 .7903 8 7 5 10 14 5 10 .720
8. Stanford (9-2) .6665 9 8 1759 .6765 10 981 .6329 9 8 8 7 8 11 12 .690
9. Baylor (9-1) .6456 4 9 1679 .6458 8 1009 .6510 11 9 6 12 13 10 9 .640
10. South Carolina (9-2) .6101 11 10 1620 .6231 9 1003 .6471 12 13 11 11 16 7 13 .560
11. Michigan State (10-1).5780 13 11 1595 .6135 11 962 .6206 14 14 15 13 9 13 14 .500
12. Arizona State (9-2) .5052 17 16 976 .3754 18 574 .3703 6 6 13 6 4 9 6 .770
13. Oregon (9-2) .4950 5 12 1284 .4938 12 777 .5013 15 11 12 15 12 17 16 .490
14. Northern Illinois (11-0).4620 16 17 936 .3600 20 459 .2961 7 10 9 8 6 3 8 .730
15. Wisconsin (9-2) .4448 19 15 1035 .3981 14 661 .4265 13 17 14 16 11 12 11 .510
16. Fresno State (10-0) .4124 15 13 1206 .4638 13 687 .4432 17 21 20 14 -- 15 15 .330
17. LSU (8-3) .3737 22 14 1155 .4442 15 646 .4168 19 22 19 24 18 19 18 .260
18. Oklahoma (9-2) .3380 20 19 856 .3292 17 581 .3748 18 15 17 18 21 18 20 .310
19. Central Florida (9-1).3364 18 20 855 .3288 19 512 .3303 16 19 16 17 23 16 17 .350
20. Louisville (10-1) .2522 21 18 930 .3577 16 603 .3890 27 -- 18 25 -- -- -- .010
21. Texas A&M (8-3) .2243 12 21 698 .2685 21 410 .2645 23 23 23 23 20 23 21 .140
22. UCLA (8-3) .1921 14 22 391 .1504 22 257 .1658 19 18 21 21 15 20 19 .260
23. Southern California (9-3).1779 23 23 385 .1481 23 210 .1355 21 16 22 19 17 21 22 .250
24. Duke (9-2) .0885 NR 24 298 .1146 24 203 .1310 26 24 -- 22 -- -- -- .020
25. Notre Dame (8-3) .0674 NR 25 55 .0212 26 17 .0110 22 20 -- 20 19 24 23 .170




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So, barring a complete meltdown, Mizzou will finish top 4. That's not to bad for being the second year in the SEC.





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    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    So, barring a complete meltdown, Mizzou will finish top 4. That's not to bad for being the second year in the SEC.


Well, they probably won't finish in the top 4, since without a meltdown they'll be in the BCS title game. They're kind of in the same boat as Georgia last year; win and you might be in the title game, lose and you're in the Capital One Bowl.

(edited by hansen9j on 30.11.13 1044)


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I don't think they get higher than number three. Either way, it beats the outback bowl.



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I wonder where a one-loss Wisconsin team would be ranked if we had been allowed to attempt that game-winning field goal at the end of the Arizona State game.
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As much as it would be 'fair' for Ohio State if the four team tournament started this year, you'd have a hard time figuring out team #4. Alabama winning out would knock out Auburn and Missouri from that spot.

Clemson's not going to their conference title game unless something happens to FSU and there is no Big12 title game for OK St and Baylor. Would Standford beating Arizona State be enough to vault them past the idle teams into the last spot? I don't think so, but I don't think there's a good answer here.

(note that NIU being ahead of Fresno State and Central Florida means - if they win out - people I know will be paying silly money to go watch the Huskies be destroyed in another BCS game.)

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    Originally posted by Sec19Row53
    I wonder where a one-loss Wisconsin team would be ranked if we had been allowed to attempt that game-winning field goal at the end of the Arizona State game.

Never mind.
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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    Alabama winning out would knock out Auburn and Missouri from that spot.


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Can Auburn jump an undefeated OSU or FSU? If Auburn lose in the SEC title game, and OSU or FSU lose does Bamako get in to the NT game?

Also, how much did USC and Arizona cost the PAC 12?

(edited by texasranger9 on 30.11.13 2042)
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Wouldn't be the BCS without a clusterfvck. Thank God under the incoming system there won't be any problem finding the 4, and only 4 teams worthy of playing for the National Championship.



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it looks like it'll be

1 FSU
2 Ohio State
3 Auburn
4/5 Alabama & Missouri.

I'd guess Alabama gets 4 but not sure. Auburn's already pushing a 1 loss SEC team is better than a 0 loss Big 10 team and that's probably the debate topic of the week.



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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    it looks like it'll be

    1 FSU
    2 Ohio State
    3 Auburn
    4/5 Alabama & Missouri.

    I'd guess Alabama gets 4 but not sure. Auburn's already pushing a 1 loss SEC team is better than a 0 loss Big 10 team and that's probably the debate topic of the week.

Alabama should be 5. Missouri's arguably played a tougher schedule and the voters would have to be off the plot to put Alabama ahead of Mizzou if Mizzou beats Auburn next week, so they might as well get Mizzou ahead of Alabama now. It was bad enough for Alabama to get picked over Big 12 champion Oklahoma State two years ago; imagine how bad it will look if Alabama got picked over its OWN CONFERENCE'S CHAMPION this year.



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    Originally posted by Texas Kelly
      Originally posted by thecubsfan
      it looks like it'll be

      1 FSU
      2 Ohio State
      3 Auburn
      4/5 Alabama & Missouri.

      I'd guess Alabama gets 4 but not sure. Auburn's already pushing a 1 loss SEC team is better than a 0 loss Big 10 team and that's probably the debate topic of the week.

    Alabama should be 5. Missouri's arguably played a tougher schedule and the voters would have to be off the plot to put Alabama ahead of Mizzou if Mizzou beats Auburn next week, so they might as well get Mizzou ahead of Alabama now. It was bad enough for Alabama to get picked over Big 12 champion Oklahoma State two years ago; imagine how bad it will look if Alabama got picked over its OWN CONFERENCE'S CHAMPION this year.
The BCS ranking have Alabama ahead of Missouri in all three rankings, but by narrow margins. If Mizzouri wins, they'll vault ahead of Bama. And if MSU beats OSU (and I think they will), then Missouri is in the title game.

Now if OSU *and* FSU lose, I think Alabama gets second, behind the winner of Auburn/Missouri, and that's going to anger some people.



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    Originally posted by hansen9j
      Originally posted by Texas Kelly
        Originally posted by thecubsfan
        it looks like it'll be

        1 FSU
        2 Ohio State
        3 Auburn
        4/5 Alabama & Missouri.

        I'd guess Alabama gets 4 but not sure. Auburn's already pushing a 1 loss SEC team is better than a 0 loss Big 10 team and that's probably the debate topic of the week.

      Alabama should be 5. Missouri's arguably played a tougher schedule and the voters would have to be off the plot to put Alabama ahead of Mizzou if Mizzou beats Auburn next week, so they might as well get Mizzou ahead of Alabama now. It was bad enough for Alabama to get picked over Big 12 champion Oklahoma State two years ago; imagine how bad it will look if Alabama got picked over its OWN CONFERENCE'S CHAMPION this year.
    The BCS ranking have Alabama ahead of Missouri in all three rankings, but by narrow margins. If Mizzouri wins, they'll vault ahead of Bama. And if MSU beats OSU (and I think they will), then Missouri is in the title game.

    Now if OSU *and* FSU lose, I think Alabama gets second, behind the winner of Auburn/Missouri, and that's going to anger some people.



I really hope MSU can find a way to beat Ohio State. I don't think they can with that offense, but it's not like Ohio State is really amazing either. Then have Mizzou beat Auburn and take the title spot. That way we quiet down the Ohio State fans(and Urban), and the SEC fans since they get a team in.

I've got Mizzou friends and SEC friends and I'm having to balance my thoughts. On one hand, I'm happy for Mizzou and them and A&M doing so well so early in the SEC helps put to rest the line we've heard for years about other teams not being able to hang if they were in the SEC. However, it's pretty clear the SEC as a whole is down this year. Georgia, LSU, Auburn, even Bama don't look the same as in past years. Not that they're bad, but it's helped Mizzou out a lot.

Also, Clemson Clemson'd hard again yesterday. And any early season talk of the ACC stepping up this year went out the window aside from FSU. Which is okay by me, it's how things were in the 90's and I was pretty content back then. Now come on Meggs, get this over with so we can move on with the games.
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Nah, even better. Make him the No. 1 punt returner. Then tell the other 10 guys to just fall flat on the ground when the ball's snapped.
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