October 17, 2010 by staff
Bcs Standings, Voters in the coach’s poll and Harris probably had a good shock last week when they discovered that if there had BCS rankings last week, Boise State was ranked No. 1. Some of them would probably have been OK with that, but many of them would not.
Well, circumstances have allowed them to “correct” things this week. With polling surprises No. 1 Ohio State and the top 5 Nebraska, Oregon is expected to climb to No. 1 in both polls this week BCS. But the Ducks of inactivity will not ranked in the BCS ranking first official … and neither will Boise State, who should check in at No. 2 after beating San Jose State.
Oklahoma, coming off a 52-0 pasting of Iowa State, is scheduled to open 2010 BCS rankings at No. 1. The Sooners will be behind Boise State in the polls, but the deficits thin it will not compensate lead OU in the computer ratings. The Broncos will still have a score of powerful computers, while San Jose State is now 1-6 – because the Spartans have played a top 5-ranked schedule so far. Advantage of computer Boise he remain at the forefront of Oregon.
So what does this mean for the future? Expect many changes in the BCS rankings in the coming weeks because the two polls and computer scores will remain volatile for some time. With losses by Ohio State, Nebraska and Nevada, the ranks are now reduced to only unbeaten 10. Four of them are guaranteed to lose two next weeks, as will a pair of twin Unbeaten (Oklahoma, Missouri, LSU at Auburn).
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