It shouldn't come as a shock that schools from the Southeastern Conference are #1 and #2 in the first BCS Standings released Sunday evening.

Two Big 12 schools, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, were #3 and #4.  Oklahoma State was #1 in the computer rankings, but are only ranked sixth in the two polls that contribute to the BCS, the USA Today and Harris Interactive Polls.

LSU and Alabama meet November 5th in Tuscaloosa.  OU and OSU play their annual Bedlam game on Dec. 3 in Stillwater.