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BCS Standings 2012 Week 10

October 29, 2012 by · Comments Off on BCS Standings 2012 Week 10 

BCS Standings 2012 Week 10, The Rutgers Scarlet Knights fell out of the BCS rankings after losing 35-23 at home to the Kent State Golden Flashes. The previously-undefeated Scarlet Knights were ranked No. 15 in last week’s edition of the standings.

With Rutgers dropping from the rankings, just one Big East team remains. That would be the Louisville Cardinals, who moved up to No. 10 after a 34-31 overtime win over the Cincinnati Bearcats on Friday. The 8-0 Cardinals jumped six spots after previously being No. 16 in the rankings.

There was a shake-up in the top five. The Alabama Crimson Tide remained steady at the top, but with the Florida Gators losing to the Georgia Bulldogs, the Kansas State Wildcats took over at No. 2. The Wildcats are followed by the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Oregon Ducks. Moving into the top five this week are the LSU Tigers.

Here are the full rankings:

Rank Team Avg Prev Harris Pts % Coaches Pts % AVG A&H RB CM KM JS PW %
1 Alabama .9759 1 1 2868 .9976 1 1475 1.0000 3 3 1 2 3 7 3 .930
2 Kansas State .9400 3 3 2656 .9238 3 1366 .9261 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 .970
3 Notre Dame .9147 5 4 2553 .8880 4 1307 .8861 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 .970
4 Oregon .9136 4 2 2725 .9478 2 1391 .9431 5 4 4 5 5 8 5 .850
5 LSU .8163 6 5 2382 .8285 5 1225 .8305 6 8 5 8 6 4 6 .790
6 Georgia .7753 10 6 2205 .7670 6 1149 .7790 7 6 6 7 7 6 7 .780
7 Florida .7604 2 8 2061 .7169 8 1024 .6942 4 5 7 4 4 3 4 .870
8 South Carolina .5968 13 11 1588 .5523 11 838 .5681 9 9 8 11 10 9 9 .670
9 Florida State .5743 12 7 2193 .7628 7 1121 .7600 21 18 22 12 25 0 19 .200
10 Louisville .5661 16 10 1714 .5962 10 888 .6020 13 11 17 10 15 24 11 .500
11 Oregon State .5559 7 13 1449 .5040 13 684 .4637 8 7 11 6 8 11 8 .700
12 Oklahoma .5454 8 12 1473 .5123 12 758 .5139 10 15 9 20 9 5 10 .610
13 Clemson .5095 18 9 1917 .6668 9 976 .6617 21 17 19 18 0 0 21 .200
14 Stanford .4863 17 14 1307 .4546 15 626 .4244 11 10 13 9 11 12 13 .580
15 Mississippi State .3913 11 15 1231 .4282 18 569 .3858 16 14 18 14 21 21 15 .360
16 Texas A&M .3593 20 18 996 .3464 16 592 .4014 18 20 0 17 16 15 18 .330
17 USC .3509 9 16 1200 .4174 17 583 .3953 19 23 16 0 19 18 20 .240
18 Texas Tech .3242 14 19 604 .2101 20 284 .1925 12 12 10 13 13 10 12 .570
19 Boise State .3123 21 17 1142 .3972 14 634 .4298 23 22 12 21 0 0 24 .110
20 Nebraska .2568 NR 21 542 .1885 21 283 .1919 15 16 23 16 14 19 14 .390
21 West Virginia .2512 19 20 554 .1927 19 326 .2210 17 21 14 24 18 13 17 .340
22 Arizona .1692 NR NR 81 .0282 NR 14 .0095 14 13 15 15 12 14 16 .470
23 Texas .1640 23 22 392 .1363 22 200 .1356 20 19 20 25 20 16 23 .220
24 Oklahoma State .0893 NR 25 245 .0852 24 166 .1125 25 0 21 0 23 22 0 .070
25 Louisiana Tech .0784 NR 24 304 .1057 23 191 .1295 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Bcs Poll

October 18, 2010 by · Comments Off on Bcs Poll 

Bcs Poll, Most people who scam the public have the good sense to keep quiet about it. No kids that the final Bowl Championship Series. Emboldened by their partner’s most recent television and running water carrier – let’s call BCSPN – who have made the con game in a weekly series.

Not as bad as grindingly “The Decision”, but at least it was an isolated incident. This is called “BCS Countdown” and the first words from the mouth of host Rece Davis when he made his debut on Sunday night could become prophetic.

“Love it or hate,” he said during the opening phase, “can not ignore.”

No, but just give us some time.

The vast majority of college football fans already hate the BCS. A year ago, conference commissioners and university presidents who run the cartel had a bad public relations advice and tried to charm his critics, creating a Twitter account and Facebook. Not surprisingly, both were bombed immediately.

“You are like a black boil, ichorous in the world of sport that must be lanced with rusty nails,” sent a message a disgruntled fan.

“I hate you,” wrote another. “Signed, everyone.”

Surveys show that nine out of 10 fans favor a playoff. The response of BCS in the years since the kidnapping of the game postseason a dozen years ago has been to change the rules, trying to bribe the smaller conferences that was exclusive, Congress rejected that complained, and moved by polls.

That last move was triggered when The Associated Press told the BCS to stop using its poll of media in late 2004 as one of the three components of equal weight – along with the poll of coaches and teams – in determining the classification.

The AP was replaced by the Harris Interactive poll, a decision that proved embarrassing when it was revealed that Larry Rash, one of the voters of Harris, was on board, simply because his father-in-law was Troy University coach Larry Blakeney.

“And if I was living in a perfect world,” Rash said, a masonry contractor supply, leaving the poll board, “I would like to see a playoff.”

Now, as some of us have long suspected, is that the books are cooked, too.

In 2004, Bradley Carlin, professor of biostatistics and professor of public health in May at the University of Minnesota, wrote an opinion piece for the Sunday New York Times and concluded: “No matter how you arrange the formula, the BCS is still nothing more than a seeding system for the development of a two-team tournament.

“The only benefit is to create a game that precludes all but two powerful contenders from a legitimate title shot. More to the point, they run a high risk of crowning the champion of evil.”

This view has gained momentum in subsequent years. In 2009, respected analyst Bill James called his colleagues to “have the dignity, self respect and common sense” to boycott the farce BCS championship.

Building on work done by Dr. Hal S. Stern, head of the Department of Statistics, University of California-Irvine, James Stern supported the conclusion that the purpose of the use of computer rankings in the BCS formula was “to create a bit of mathematical gobbledygook support” what voters in the survey came up.

“There is no point in our participation in the process if we are going to say how to do the analysis based on ignorance, prejudice to the past,” wrote James, repeating his call to boycott the BCS. “Run your own computer damned.”

Increasingly, they have.

In another opinion piece Sunday in the New York Times, Yahoo Sports columnist Dan Wetzel and Jeff Passan, took note of all changes BCS rankings, the mandate of its equipment have calmed criticisms about his credibility. Two of the six BCS team left analysts acknowledged that it could produce a better rating without any interference.

You know nothing of this, of course, see “Countdown BCS, or visit the official website.

“The BCS is one of the most successful events in the history of college football, however, is often misunderstood,” a statement on the site, he said.

“Thanks to the BCS,” he added, “the best two teams have met 12 times in 12 years BCS measures and 9 times in the last 12 years according to the AP poll – including the last six years in a row.”

Some accomplishments. The BCS has been manipulating the computer formulas to justify their classification and nine of the 12 hours, humans reached the same conclusions without using computer formulas at all.

Not exactly the kind of thing you want to be broadcasting from the rooftops.

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Jim Litke is the national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at jlitke (at) ap.org

Bcs Rankings

October 18, 2010 by · Comments Off on Bcs Rankings 

Bcs Rankings, Rating College Football BCS Rankings Week 8 – Alabama and South Carolina, the more he slipped in the rankings as the final BCS Ranking College Football Rankings Week 8 had been released. The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) rankings were just released on October 17 after the final results of the week 7 games. The new number 1 in the BCS Ranking 2010 was Oklahoma.

For NCAA College Football Rankings Week 8, Oregon remains the number 1 while the number 1 ranked Oklahoma in the BCS Ranking 2010 is at number 3. Quality wise and prudent statistically, when the BCS ranking will place greater weight because it is the official classification of the organizers of BCS.

Here are the BCS rankings, including the BCS rankings and College Football Rankings Week 8:

BCS Rankings 2010 (released on October 17, 2010)

RK TEAM RECORD
1 Oklahoma 6-0
2 Oregon 6-0
3 Boise State 6-0
4 Auburn 7-0
5 TCU 7-0
6 LSU 7-0
7 Michigan State 7-0
8 Alabama 6-1
9 Utah 6-0
10 Ohio State 6-1
11 Missouri 6-0
12 Stanford 5-1
13 Wisconsin 6-1
14 Oklahoma State 6-0
15 Iowa 5-1
16 Nebraska 5-1
17 Florida State 6-1
18 Arizona 5-1
19 Texas 4-2
20 West Virginia 5-1
21 South Carolina 4-2
22 Kansas State 5-1
23 Arkansas 4-2
24 Mississippi State 5-2
25 Virginia Tech 5-2

NCAA College Football Rankings Week 8

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Oregon (39) 6-0 1471
2 Boise State (15) 6-0 1433
3 Oklahoma (3) 6-0 1355
4 TCU (3) 7-0 1340
5 Auburn 7-0 1279
6 LSU 7-0 1132
7 Alabama 6-1 1121
8 Michigan State 7-0 1062
9 Utah 6-0 1019
10 Wisconsin 6-1 920
11 Ohio State 6-1 895
12 Stanford 5-1 828
13 Iowa 5-1 768
14 Nebraska 5-1 684
15 Arizona 5-1 619
16 Florida State 6-1 615
17 Oklahoma State 6-0 575
18 Missouri 6-0 552
19 South Carolina 4-2 372
20 West Virginia 5-1 346
21 Arkansas 4-2 343
22 Texas 4-2 267
23 Virginia Tech 5-2 122
24 Mississippi State 5-2 111
25 Miami (FL) 4-2 85

Bcs Standings 2010

October 11, 2010 by · Comments Off on Bcs Standings 2010 

Bcs Standings 2010, 2010 BCS ranking orders have been some really strong and the current classifications are quite different from those after a couple of weeks earlier. Alabama has brought loss to eighth place and the state of Ohio has risen to first place. Oregon is currently present in second place after a string of victories to his credit and Boise State is the lucky team that is already present in the second act. Is actually going to be very interesting to see things the way next time as the year has been pretty amazing. The official ranking of BCS 2010 has not been announced so far and information is mainly collected in six different surveys to calculate the final rankings for the BCS 2010.

The teams like TCU and Nebraska have been the change in the fourth and fifth point on several occasions and it would be interesting to see that these two teams finish at the end. What changed everything

situation is strange Alabama loss that was not being expected by anyone. It was expected that they would be winning the national championship, but now his position has largely fallen to eighth place. Nothing different is expected in the coming time when things have changed in the past and some sharp turns are expected in the coming time as well.

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