Alabama/Florida St. Continue To Lead BCS Standings
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.