BCS Rankings

September 7, 2011 by staff 

BCS RankingsBCS Rankings, The Associated Press released its latest Top 25 ranking college football worth following the first weekend of games. Bowl Championship Series conference schools for 23 of the top spots. The Mountain West Conference Boise State represents Texas Christian and all non-BCS schools No. 4 and No. 24 ranking, respectively.

BCS conferences including the SEC, Big-10, ACC, Big-12, PAC-12 and Big East.

Oklahoma holds the No. 1 spot after its 47-14 victory over rival Tulsa in the state on Saturday. The Sooners won 32 of the 60 possible first-place votes. OU will have a bye this week before traveling to Tallahassee to take on No. 5 Florida on Sept. 17.

LSU impressed voters with his tumble in AP 40-27 BCS runner-up last season’s championship Oregon. So much so that the Bayou Bangles ahead of fellow SEC West Alabama Power to take the No. 2 ranking in the Crimson Tide, Bama falling to No. 3. Alabama will have the opportunity to go back in front of LSU this weekend with a match against No. 23 Penn State.

Boise State, who has the best chance to crash the BCS party, again this year, opened its season with an impressive victory over Georgia 35-21 in the SEC in Atlanta. The Broncos have a tough battle in the rest of the season as to impress the AP voters. Schedule Boise State lacks the games against BCS schools, and the remaining first opponent, TCU lost its first game unranked Baylor kickoff of the season last Thursday.

Rounding out the AP Top 10 is Stanford (No. 6), Texas A & M (No. 7), Wisconsin (No. 8), Oklahoma State (No. 9) and Nebraska (No. 10).

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