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LSU and 'Bama top final BCS poll

Alabama running back Eddie Lacy is tackled by

Alabama running back Eddie Lacy is tackled by LSU linebacker Karnell Hatcher and defensive tackle Josh Downs. (Nov. 5, 2011) (Credit: AP )

It’s going to be LSU vs. Alabama for the national championship. Oklahoma State made a push, but came up just short, trailing the Crimson Tide by .0086 points. Stanford stayed at No. 4, guaranteeing itself an at-large bid, while Oregon moved up four places to fifth. Arkansas moved up two places to No. 8 and Boise State stayed at No. 7. Houston took a big tumble from sixth to 19th.

1. LSU (13-0) 1.0000
2. Alabama (11-1) .9419
3. Oklahoma State (11-1) .9333
4. Stanford (11-1) .8476
5. Oregon (11-2) .7901
6. Arkansas (10-2) .7687
7. Boise State (11-1) .7408
8. Kansas State (10-2) .6827
9. South Carolina (10-2) .6553
10. Wisconsin (11-2) .6374
11. Virginia Tech (11-2) .5190
12. Baylor (9-3) .4977
13. Michigan (10-2) .4794
14. Oklahoma (9-3) .4603
15. Clemson (10-3) .4218
16. Georgia (10-3) .4119
17. Michigan State (10-3) .3883
18. TCU (10-2) .3869
19. Houston (12-1) .3504
20. Nebraska (9-3) .2606
21. Southern Miss (11-2) .1918
22. Penn State (9-3) .1305
23. West Virginia (9-3) .1233
24. Texas (7-5) .0876
25. Auburn (7-5) .0584
 

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