The sixth set of BCS standings were released on Sunday, and for the sixth-consecutive week the Alabama Crimson Tide leads the way.

Alabama, who is 11-0 on the year, is ranked first by both polls used in the BCS calculations, and are listed first by two of the six computers.

 

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Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron

 

The Crimson Tide, who defeated Chattanooga last week, 49-0, will travel to Auburn this Saturday, in an SEC showdown of two teams ranked in the BCS top five.

Florida St., for a fourth-consecutive week, is in the second spot, and is ranked in the top spot of four of the computer polls.

 

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Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston

 

The Seminoles, who moved to 11-0 with an 80-14 route of Idaho last Saturday, will be on the road to take on Florida this Saturday.

Ohio St., who is currently riding a 23-game win streak, is still at number three this week.

 

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Ohio St. quarterback Braxton Miller

 

The Buckeyes, who moved to 10-0 on the year, with a 42-14 win over Indiana on Saturday, will travel to face Michigan this Saturday.

Auburn is up two spot this week, to number four.

 

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Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall

 

The Tigers, who were idle last week, are 10-1 on the season, and will close out their regular season schedule this Saturday, hosting top-ranked Alabama, with a berth in the SEC title game on the line.

Missouri jumps three spots this week, and rounds out the top five.

 

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Missouri quarterback Maty Mauck

 

The Tigers, who improved to 10-1 by defeating Ole Miss, 24-10, last Saturday, will host Texas A&M this Saturday.

Clemson, Oklahoma St., Stanford, Baylor, and South Carolina are ranked 6-10, respectively.

The second ten consists of Michigan St., Arizona St., Oregon, Northern Illinois, and Wisconsin are in the 11-15 spots, with Fresno St. LSU, Oklahoma, UCF, and Louisville at 16-20.

Finally, rounding out the top 25 in this week’s BCS standings, in spots 21-25, are Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Duke, and Notre Dame.