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

Alabama, who is 10-0 on the year, is ranked first by both polls used in the BCS calculations, and are also listed first by four of the six computers.


Alabama running back T.Y. Yeldon


The Crimson Tide, who defeated Mississippi St. last week, 20-7, will host Chattanooga this Saturday.

Florida St., for a third-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. receiver Kelvin Benjamin


The Seminoles, who moved to 10-0 with a 59-3 route of Syracuse last Saturday, will host Idaho this Saturday.

Ohio St., who is currently riding a 22-game win streak, is still at number three this week.


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Ohio St. running back Carlos Hyde


The Buckeyes, who moved to 9-0 on the year, with a 60-35 win over Illinois on Saturday, will play host to Indiana this Saturday.

Baylor is up one spot, from number five last week, to number four, this week.


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Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty


The Bears, who defeated Texas Tech, 63-34, last Saturday, to move to 9-0, will travel to 10th-ranked Oklahoma St. this Saturday.

Oregon is back in the top five, as they jump from sixth to fifth.


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Oregon running back Byron Marshall


The Ducks, who moved to 9-1, with a 22-21 win over Utah last week, will travel to take on Arizona this week.

Auburn, Clemson, Missouri, Stanford, and Oklahoma St. are ranked 6-10, respectively.

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

Finally, rounding out the top 25 in this week’s BCS standings, in spots 21-25, are Louisville, LSU, USC, Ole Miss, and Minnesota.

View the complete BCS standings.