College Football Rankings, Week 11: Projected BCS Standings

The 2010 college football season is starting to mirror the 2007 season when a two-loss LSU team made a giant gain after they won the SEC title to go to the BCS title game, which they won. Well LSU is back again in the discussion after their upset win over Alabama to put them back in the discussion for the BCS title. TCU boat-raced Utah, 47-7 to remove the Utes from consideration, Oklahoma lost to Texas A&M while Oregon and Boise State just keep winning.

Then throw in a handful of other upsets that occurred on Saturday and a total of nine ranked teams lost. So, the BCS standings will look much different then last week. The top four teams should be the same order as last week with it being Oregon, Auburn, TCU and Boise State. 

SB Nation's BCS Evolution has his early top 15 BCS standings:

1. Oregon Ducks
2. Auburn Tigers
3. TCU Horned Frogs
4. Boise State Broncos
5. LSU Tigers
6. Nebraska Cornhuskers
7. Stanford Cardinal
8. Wisconsin Badgers
9. Ohio St. Buckeyes
10. Oklahoma St. Cowboys
11. Michigan St. Spartans
12. Alabama Crimson Tide
13. Iowa Hawkeyes
14. Arkansas Razorbacks
15. Utah Utes

The official BCS standings are released at 6:15 p.m. mountain time, and look for the AP and coaches polls to be released later today.

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