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Bcs Standings

October 18, 2010 by staff 

Bcs Standings, Oklahoma was a number one surprise to most, except the BCS guru who called yesterday. The Sooners are number one because of its strength of schedule. There are plenty of football to be played, but it could be a scenario similar to USC was number one in both polls in 2003, but was third in the standings. Boise is in point three in the BCS rankings, but the second in the human polls. There are a ton of football left, so things change.

Alabama team rankings are all over the place. One thing that I would, but most of them you may have is that the Mountain West is tied with the Big 10 to have two teams of 10, and only the SEC – to three – with more teams.

Star split

ESPN’s BCS was quite entertaining and Kirk Herbstreit was obviously impressive to make sense to say that just seeing one can say how good TCU, Boise, and Utah. “Statement” said Craig James, who hit you and you played “saying just get rid of non-BCS teams because they do not play the type of schedule than most BCS league game.

The team can not make more noise in the top 12 is Iowa plays Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio State all at home. A 1.11 Iowa could make a case for the title game if they want to win.

A big game this week to help out all non-BCS teams is LSU vs Auburn fight and that will help and it hurt. The losing team stays behind TCU and Boise, and not the capture, which, however, the team wins, probably will move ahead of Boise and TCU.

A ton of football to play, and here are the rankings below.

BCS Harris Poll USA Today Computer Rankings
RK TEAM AVG PVS RK PTS % RK PTS % AVG A&H RB CM KM JS PW %
1 Oklahoma .9215 NR 4 2486 .8800 3 1334 .9044 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 .060
2 Oregon .8921 NR 1 2774 .9819 1 1452 .9844 8 9 7 9 8 2 11 .330
3 Boise State .8898 NR 2 2685 .9504 2 1385 .9390 7 6 2 7 7 6 7 .260
4 Auburn .8641 NR 5 2410 .8531 5 1238 .8393 3 2 8 3 5 4 2 .140
5 TCU .8573 NR 3 2516 .8906 4 1300 .8814 5 7 5 6 6 7 5 .240
6 LSU .8245 NR 6 2164 .7660 6 1132 .7675 2 1 1 2 4 8 3 .100
7 Michigan State .7628 NR 8 1964 .6952 8 1037 .7031 4 4 12 4 3 3 4 .150
8 Alabama .6654 NR 7 2092 .7405 7 1085 .7356 12 10 4 11 16 20 15 .520
9 Utah .6540 NR 9 1925 .6814 9 1004 .6807 11 11 6 12 11 12 10 .440
10 Ohio State .5726 NR 10 1761 .6234 10 936 .6346 14 16 14 13 21 14 14 .580
11 Missouri .5491 NR 16 1196 .4234 16 640 .4339 6 5 0 5 2 9 6 .180
12 Stanford .5374 NR 13 1455 .5150 14 689 .4671 10 12 17 10 10 5 9 .410
13 Wisconsin .5335 NR 11 1646 .5827 11 867 .5878 16 18 13 17 19 10 13 .610
14 Oklahoma State .5261 NR 15 1247 .4414 15 659 .4468 9 8 10 8 9 19 8 .350
15 Iowa .4824 NR 12 1511 .5349 12 785 .5322 17 19 9 18 17 15 16 .660
16 Nebraska .4295 NR 14 1322 .4680 13 768 .5207 20 23 16 23 14 16 19 .740
17 Florida State .4267 NR 17 1124 .3979 17 608 .4122 13 15 15 15 18 11 12 .570
18 Arizona .3807 NR 18 1037 .3671 18 494 .3349 15 13 18 16 12 13 18 .600
19 Texas .2214 NR 22 397 .1405 22 256 .1736 18 17 11 25 15 17 20 .690
20 West Virginia .1812 NR 19 663 .2347 19 323 .2190 23 25 22 21 0 0 22 .650
21 South Carolina .1555 NR 21 576 .2039 20 284 .1925 24 22 23 0 24 0 24 .690
22 Kansas State .1422 NR 25 143 .0506 NR 53 .0359 19 14 0 14 13 21 21 .620
23 Arkansas .1302 NR 20 579 .2050 21 274 .1858 28 0 24 0 0 0 0 .000
24 Mississippi State .1253 NR NR 129 .0457 24 133 .0902 21 20 19 19 22 22 17 .800
25 Virginia Tech .0658 NR 23 242 .0857 23 165 .1119 28 0 25 0 0 0 0 .000
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