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LSU, Okla State, 'Bama top the BCS

Brandon Weeden #3 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys

Brandon Weeden #3 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys during play against the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium. (Nov. 12, 2011) Credit: Getty Images

LSU, Oklahoma State and Alabama remained in the top three spots of the latest  BCS standings. Things get a little dicey after that, however, as Oregon moved up three spots to fourth after blasting Stanford. Oklahoma moved up one place to fifth and Arkansas also made a climb up two spots to sixth. Boise State and Stanford took huge hits. The Broncos tumbled from fifth to 10th, while Stanford dropped five places to ninth. Houston stayed at 11th.

Penn State dropped from 12th to 21st after losing to Nebraska, which means there are no Big Ten teams in the BCS top 14. If the standings stay this way, no Big Ten team will get an at-large BCS bid this season.


1. LSU (10-0) .9933
2. Oklahoma State (10-0) .9642
3. Alabama (9-1) .9099
4. Oregon (9-1) .8755
5. Oklahoma (8-1) .8400
6. Arkansas (9-1) .7974
7. Clemson (9-1) .6935
8. Virginia Tech (9-1) .6755
9. Stanford (9-1) .6747
10. Boise State (8-1) .5959
11. Houston (10-0) .5673
12. South Carolina (8-2) .5278
13. Kansas State (8-2) .4965
14. Georgia (8-2) .4528
15. Michigan State (8-2) .4393
16. Nebraska (8-2) .3817
17. Wisconsin (8-2) .3329
18. Michigan (8-2) .2950
19. TCU (8-2) .2522
20. Southern Miss (9-1) .2449
21. Penn State (8-2) .2303
22. Baylor (6-3) .1361
23. Texas (6-3) .1196
24. Auburn (6-4) .0785
25. Florida State (7-3) .0730
 

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