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BCS Standings             BCS  Prev  Harris Int.    USA Today       Computer Rankings
through 12/1 Avg Week Rank Pts % Rank Pts % Avg 1 2 3 4 5 6 %
1. Florida State (12-0) .9948 2 1 2617 .9970 1 1546 .9974 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 .990
2. Ohio State (12-0) .9503 3 2 2488 .9478 2 1462 .9432 2 2 2 2 1 3 2 .960
3. Auburn (11-1) .9233 4 3 2422 .9227 3 1437 .9271 3 3 3 1 3 6 3 .920
4. Alabama (11-1) .8539 1 4 2262 .8617 4 1333 .8600 4 5 4 8 4 7 4 .840
5. Missouri (11-1) .8428 5 5 2231 .8499 5 1315 .8484 5 4 5 3 7 8 5 .830
6. Oklahoma State (10-1) .7629 7 6 2083 .7935 6 1248 .8052 9 8 7 9 15 5 11 .690
7. Stanford (10-2) .7069 8 7 1873 .7135 10 1034 .6671 7 7 6 6 8 10 9 .740
8. South Carolina (10-2) .7037 10 8 1841 .7013 7 1100 .7097 8 10 10 7 10 4 7 .700
9. Baylor (10-1) .6623 9 9 1778 .6773 7 1100 .7097 12 9 8 11 13 12 12 .600
10. Michigan State (11-1).6529 11 10 1758 .6697 9 1037 .6690 11 12 13 10 9 11 8 .620
11. Arizona State (10-2) .5833 12 13 1277 .4865 13 765 .4935 6 6 11 5 6 9 6 .770
12. Oregon (10-2) .5321 13 12 1398 .5326 12 843 .5439 13 11 14 12 12 15 14 .520
13. Clemson (10-2) .5201 6 11 1444 .5501 11 853 .5503 14 16 12 15 14 16 13 .460
14. Northern Illinois (12-0).4812 14 15 1104 .4206 18 547 .3529 10 18 9 13 5 2 10 .670
15. LSU (9-3) .4213 17 14 1258 .4792 14 720 .4645 17 20 18 19 16 18 17 .320
16. Central Florida (10-1).3858 19 18 967 .3684 17 572 .3690 16 15 15 16 19 14 16 .420
17. Oklahoma (9-2) .3808 18 16 1041 .3966 15 660 .4258 17 14 16 17 25 20 19 .320
18. UCLA (9-3) .3506 22 19 779 .2968 19 473 .3052 15 13 19 14 11 17 15 .450
19. Louisville (10-1) .2630 20 17 1013 .3859 16 625 .4032 28 -- 17 -- -- -- -- .000
20. Duke (10-2) .2252 24 20 620 .2362 20 402 .2594 21 24 20 18 -- 19 23 .180
21. Wisconsin (9-3) .1988 15 21 485 .1848 21 266 .1716 20 21 22 21 18 13 20 .240
22. Georgia (8-4) .1143 NR 25 148 .0564 27 41 .0265 19 19 -- 20 17 21 18 .260
23. Fresno State (10-1) .1006 16 22 428 .1630 22 215 .1387 28 -- -- -- -- -- -- .000
24. Texas A&M (8-4) .0995 21 23 290 .1105 25 121 .0781 23 -- 24 25 22 22 21 .110
25. Texas (8-3) .0666 NR 24 167 .0636 24 149 .0961 25 22 21 -- -- -- -- .040

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Hmmmm. Sagarin has Northern Illinois at #2.



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    Originally posted by pieman
    Hmmmm. Sagarin has Northern Illinois at #2.


And he should lose his vote after that. As much as I love the underdog story, they either get blown out in bowl games or win, because the other team is depressed to play them.



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    Originally posted by pieman
    Hmmmm. Sagarin has Northern Illinois at #2.


Well to be fair those are his rankings after taking out margin of victory. His real rankings have NIU at #38.
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    As much as I love the underdog story, they either get blown out in bowl games or win


So they either win or lose? I'll take those odds!
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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
      Originally posted by lotjx
      As much as I love the underdog story, they either get blown out in bowl games or win


    So they either win or lose? I'll take those odds!


Here is the kicker, no one watches those games. I like those odds as well.



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I don't know that I'd say that. The games featuring schools from non-AQ conferences are pretty competitive with the rest of the non-Rose, non-Championship BCS bowls.
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Ladies and gentlemen, the following public service message is brought to you by your friends from D-Generation X, who would like to remind each and every one of you that if you're not down with that, we've got two words for you...

Well, it's refreshing to know that I can still hate USC with a clear conscience. There were guys out there that might have been worth dumping all the good will the Trojans built up in the last two months with the job Ed Orgeron did, but let's be blunt, Steve Sarkisian was not one of them by any stretch of the imagination. All this likely does is create a 2-for-1 special in pissed-off fanbases.



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Yeah I don't think I'd be all that upset about him leaving. He was okay but wasn't going to get any better from what I've seen, and now it likely means USC won't get back to dominance anytime soon which also helps. But who knows, maybe he'll be great for SC.

More shocked that Grobe left Wake. He's done an amazing job at that school, no reason for him to go.
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    Originally posted by wmatistic
    Yeah I don't think I'd be all that upset about him leaving. He was okay but wasn't going to get any better from what I've seen, and now it likely means USC won't get back to dominance anytime soon which also helps. But who knows, maybe he'll be great for SC.
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As a Husky, I'm torn on the whole Sark-to-USC thing. I really liked Sark and I didn't want him fired or anything like many Huskies (who I think have a WAY over-inflated memory of how great the program was) did. I didn't think there was much of a chance Sark would go to USC, so I didn't really consider it an option. I'm not sure why you'd spend five years building a program just to make a (it could be argued) lateral move to "another program that isn't close to Stanford and Oregon". It's not like USC was great between the late '70s and the Pete Carroll era.

OTOH, Sark is a SoCal guy. He always tried to downplay that there was another job he'd leave for, especially another Pac-12 job. Recently he made the statement that he wanted to one-up Don James in seasons, Rose Bowls, and national championships...a statement that seems so silly in retrospect. But for his 34-29 record being unimpressive...UW was 12-47 in the 5 years before Sark got here. Does that make us a stepping-stone program now like, say, Mississippi State or Purdue or something? Maybe, for now.

I think ultimately UW is going to make a Godfather offer to Jim L. Mora to come up from UCLA. He's a UW alum (unlike Sark, who was a BYU alum but a USC assistant), and all the same stuff I might have said about Sark and why he would stay at UW is the same stuff UCLA fans are going to say about Mora. I'm good if Mora comes to UW. (Or if they promote Justin Wilcox from DC.)



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