Alabama Top Latest BCS Standings, Oregon Up To Second
The second set of BCS standings were released on Sunday, and for the second-consecutive week the Alabama Crimson Tide leads the way.
Alabama, who ran their season record to 7-0 with a convincing 45-10 win over Tennessee last Saturday, is ranked first by both polls used in the BCS calculations, and are also listed first by four of the six computers.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron
The Crimson Tide is idle this week, before hosting LSU on November 9.
The Oregon Ducks, who beat UCLA, 42-14, on Saturday, are up one spot, from number three, to number two, this week.
Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas
Oregon is idle this week, and will return to action on Thursday, November 7, when they travel to take on Stanford.
The Florida St. Seminoles, despite their 49-17 drubbing of Maryland on Saturday, drops one spot, from number two, to number three, this week.
Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston
The 7-0 Seminoles will host the undefeated, and seventh-ranked Miami Hurricanes this Saturday.
The Ohio St. Buckeyes, who ran their win streak to 20 games, with a 63-14 win over Penn St. on Saturday, hold firm at number four this week.
Ohio St. quarterback Braxton Miller
Ohio St., who is 8-0 on the year, will be on the road to face Purdue this week.
The Stanford Cardinal, who ran their record to 7-1 with a 20-12 win over Oregon St. on Saturday, round out the top five.
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan
Stanford returns to action on November 7, when they host Oregon.
Baylor, Miami (Fl.), Clemson, Missouri, and Oklahoma are ranked 6-10, respectively.
The second ten consists of Auburn, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, and Texas Tech in the 11-15 spots, and Fresno St., Northern Illinois, Oklahoma St., Louisville, and UCLA at 16-20.
Finally, rounding out the top 25 in this week’s BCS standings, in spots 21-25, are Michigan, Michigan St., UCF, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame.