SB Nation's Simulated BCS standings have been released for the first time coming up to the 2012 NCAA regular season and they unsurprisingly feature a glut of SEC teams at the top, with Alabama leading the pack for the third year in a row.
Despite being ranked in the high 20s in most polls, simulated or otherwise, leading into the regular season, Boise State managed to place No. 18 on the list of BCS style aggregated stats and standings.
There were no other teams in the Rocky Mountain region that cracked the top 25 other than the Broncos, but both Utah and BYU cracked the top 40 -- the Utes placed at No. 34 while BYU edged in at No. 36. For more on how the BCS Simulated Standings work, check out the post on SB Nation.
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