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LSU, Alabama top BCS standings

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 25: Cornerback Tyrann

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 25: Cornerback Tyrann Mathieu #7 of the LSU Tigers tackles wide receiver Julian Horton #2 of the Arkansas Razorbacks in the second quarter at Tiger Stadium on November 25, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) (Credit: Getty/Chris Graythen)

LSU retained the top spot in the latest BCS standings again, with Alabama, Oklahoma State, Stanford and Virginia Tech making up the remainder of the top 5. Houston jumped three places to sixth and continues to make its presence felt. Boise State kept itself in the BCS at-large mix, but might need help to secure a spot. Arkansas took the biggest tumble, falling five spots to eighth.

1. LSU (12-0) 1.0000
2. Alabama (11-1) .9551
3. Oklahoma State (10-1) .8712
4. Stanford (11-1) .8559
5. Virginia Tech (11-1) .7811
6. Houston (12-0) .7399
7. Boise State (10-1) .7027
8. Arkansas (10-2) .7003
9. Oregon (10-2) .6862
10. Oklahoma (9-2) .6710
11. Kansas State (9-2) .5702
12. South Carolina (10-2) .5684
13. Michigan State (10-2) .5369
14. Georgia (10-2) .5348
15. Wisconsin (10-2) .4576
16. Michigan (10-2) .4310
17. Baylor (8-3) .3910
18. TCU (9-2) .3310
19. Nebraska (9-3) .2578
20. Clemson (9-3) .1979
21. Penn State (9-3) .1382
22. Texas (7-4) .1334
23. West Virginia (8-3) .1241
24. Southern Miss (10-2) .0724
25. Missouri (7-5) .0588
 

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