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#1 Posted on 14.11.11 0014.09
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BCS Standings             BCS  Prev  Harris Int.    USA Today       Computer Rankings
through 11/13 Avg Week Rank Pts % Rank Pts % Avg 1 2 3 4 5 6 %
1. LSU (10-0) .9933 1 1 28751.0000 1 14751.0000 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 .980
2. Oklahoma State (10-0) .9642 2 2 2750 .9565 2 1410 .9559 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 .980
3. Alabama (9-1) .9099 3 3 2620 .9113 3 1340 .9085 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 .910
4. Oregon (9-1) .8755 7 4 2545 .8852 4 1300 .8814 4 5 3 5 7 4 4 .860
5. Oklahoma (8-1) .8400 6 5 2379 .8275 5 1228 .8325 4 4 5 3 4 6 5 .860
6. Arkansas (9-1) .7974 8 6 2297 .7990 6 1170 .7932 6 6 7 7 5 5 6 .800
7. Clemson (9-1) .6935 9 8 2024 .7040 8 1042 .7064 8 12 9 9 8 11 8 .670
8. Virginia Tech (9-1) .6755 10 9 1949 .6779 7 1045 .7085 9 9 11 10 10 18 9 .640
9. Stanford (9-1) .6747 4 7 2041 .7099 9 1024 .6942 11 10 6 12 14 10 10 .620
10. Boise State (8-1) .5959 5 11 1766 .6143 11 831 .5634 12 11 8 8 13 14 11 .610
11. Houston (10-0) .5673 11 10 1792 .6233 10 927 .6285 13 13 17 13 16 19 12 .450
12. South Carolina (8-2) .5278 13 15 1324 .4605 14 727 .4929 10 8 13 11 9 8 13 .630
13. Kansas State (8-2) .4965 14 17 1092 .3798 17 501 .3397 7 7 10 6 6 7 7 .770
14. Georgia (8-2) .4528 15 14 1366 .4751 15 698 .4732 14 14 18 16 12 16 17 .410
15. Michigan State (8-2) .4393 17 12 1471 .5117 12 791 .5363 18 21 12 19 21 21 16 .270
16. Nebraska (8-2) .3817 19 16 1260 .4383 16 615 .4169 17 17 14 18 22 22 18 .290
17. Wisconsin (8-2) .3329 18 13 1390 .4835 13 745 .5051 28 -- 16 25 -- -- -- .010
18. Michigan (8-2) .2950 24 18 896 .3117 18 477 .3234 19 15 19 14 23 -- 22 .250
19. TCU (8-2) .2522 NR 21 692 .2407 19 392 .2658 19 24 15 20 24 20 14 .250
20. Southern Miss (9-1) .2449 22 20 699 .2431 20 386 .2617 21 18 22 15 -- -- 15 .230
21. Penn State (8-2) .2303 12 19 765 .2661 21 361 .2447 23 19 24 17 19 24 24 .180
22. Baylor (6-3) .1361 25 25 145 .0504 27 56 .0380 15 20 23 22 11 9 19 .320
23. Texas (6-3) .1196 16 28 88 .0306 28 27 .0183 16 16 -- 21 15 13 21 .310
24. Auburn (6-4) .0785 20 32 16 .0056 39 0 .0000 21 22 21 -- 18 15 20 .230
25. Florida State (7-3) .0730 NR 23 261 .0908 22 189 .1281 29 -- -- -- -- -- -- .000

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#2 Posted on 14.11.11 0759.42
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Bloodshed week. No more complaining about Boise State (though they should still be annoyed that they're the lowest ranked of all the 1-loss teams that had national title aspirations [sorry, Southern Miss]). We're an Oklahoma State loss away from seeing a rematch (with LSU vs either Alabama or Oregon) in the national championship. I thought people were against a playoff because it would trivialize regular season games?

The Big East gets a lot of crap for being sucky, but the Big Ten hasn't been much better this year. There's a log jam with Michigan State, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Michigan being 15-18 in the BCS standings, and Penn State just a little behind. One of those teams is going to the Rose Bowl!

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#3 Posted on 14.11.11 0805.55
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How does a 6-4 Auburn team still get to be in the BCS? SEC biased as usual. My Irish are 7-3 and they at least beat a ranked team. They'll lose to BC this week and Standford after that. I still say that LSU or. Ok. State lose a game before this all pans out. If they win out, it will be a minor miracle.
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#4 Posted on 14.11.11 0821.49
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Should Arkansas knock off LSU and the winner of the 3 way tie win the SEC Title Game, or even lose the SEC Title Game, that would GUARANTEE a Top 5-6 SEC team with only 1 loss would not be in the BCS while a Big East team would be in the BCS due to the 2 team max rule.
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#5 Posted on 14.11.11 0905.28
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    Originally posted by lotjx
    How does a 6-4 Auburn team still get to be in the BCS? SEC biased as usual. My Irish are 7-3 and they at least beat a ranked team. They'll lose to BC this week and Standford after that.


Notre Dame isn't very good, but BC really, really stinks this year. I just don't see any way ND loses that unless they totally fall apart.

If OSU loses, it'll likely be to Oklahoma and I'd bet the voters would jump OU over Bama and Oregon just to avoid a rematch. Be close with the computers to see if they could hold that not having a conf championship game, but I think that's what the human polls would push for.
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#6 Posted on 14.11.11 0921.31
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    Originally posted by lotjx
    How does a 6-4 Auburn team still get to be in the BCS?


Being ranked #24 isn't *really* being "in the BCS". It's not like they are going to a BCS bowl even if they get to 8-4. However, the computers love Auburn because their losses are to BCS #1 LSU, #6 Arkansas, #7 Clemson, and #14 Georgia.
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#7 Posted on 14.11.11 1125.18
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    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    The Big East gets a lot of crap for being sucky, but the Big Ten hasn't been much better this year. There's a log jam with Michigan State, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Michigan being 15-18 in the BCS standings, and Penn State just a little behind. One of those teams is going to the Rose Bowl!


Badgers control their own destiny, thanks to Purdue upsetting Ohio State and Nebraska knocking off Penn State.

Win at Illinois, win at home vs. Penn State, and the Badgers win the Leaders division, landing a spot in the inaugural Big Ten title game. Win that and hello Pasadena!
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