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

Alabama, who is 9-0, is ranked first by both polls used in the BCS calculations, and are also listed first by four of the six computers.

 

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Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron

 

The Crimson Tide, who defeated LSU last week, 38-17, will be on the road this Saturday, to face Mississippi St.

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

 

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Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston

 

The Seminoles, who moved to 9-0 with a 59-3 route of Wake Forest last Saturday, will host Syracuse this Saturday.

Ohio St., who is currently riding a 21-game win streak, is up one spot, to number three this week.

 

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Ohio St. quarterback Braxton Miller

 

The Buckeyes, who are 8-0 on the year, were idle last week, and will be on the road this week, to face Illinois.

Stanford is up to the fourth spot this week, following their big 26-20 win over previously unbeaten Oregon last Thursday.

 

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Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan

 

The Cardinal, who are now 8-1 on the season, will travel to face USC this week.

Baylor jumps up to the fifth spot, after their impressive 41-12 victory over Oklahoma last week.

 

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Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty

 

The 8-0 Bears will play host to Texas Tech this Saturday.

Oregon, Auburn, Clemson, Missouri, and South Carolina are ranked 6-10, respectively.

The second ten consists of Texas A&M, Oklahoma St., UCLA, Fresno St., and Northern Illinois, with Michigan St., UCF, Oklahoma, Arizona St., and Louisville at 16-20.

Finally, rounding out the top 25 in this week’s BCS standings, in spots 21-25, are LSU, Wisconsin, Miami (FL.), Texas, and Georgia.