Top 10 BCS Standings

College football season is back! We just got finished with the fifth week of the season and we’ve seen a solid amount of upsets already. The University of Southern California (USC), which was a lot of people’s national title game winning pick was upset in week three by then #21 Stanford, 21-14. Stanford then catapulted to #9 in the AP Top 25 after they dominated USC in that game. USC was ranked #2 going into that game and fell to #13. USC’s title hopes are gone now.

Teams that have looked tremendous so far are Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, Georgia, West Virginia, Notre Dame, Florida, and Ohio State. All those teams are ranked, undefeated, and in the top 15 of the AP Top 25.

Anyways, here is my first edition of the 2012 Top 10 BCS Standings.

1.Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0) defeated Ole Miss 33-14.
2.Oregon Ducks (5-0) defeated Washington State 51-26.
3.LSU Tigers (5-0) defeated Towson Tigers 38-22.
4.Florida State Seminoles (5-0) defeated South Florida Bulls 30-17.
5.Georgia Bulldogs (5-0) defeated Tennessee Volunteers 51-44.
6.South Carolina Gamecocks (5-0) defeated Kentucky Wildcats 38-17.
7.West Virginia Mountaineers (5-0) defeated #25 Baylor Bears 70-63.
8.Notre Dame (4-0) BYE WEEK.
9.Kansas State Wildcats (4-0) BYE WEEK.
10.Florida Gators (4-0) BYE WEEK.

National Title Game: #1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs #2 Oregon Ducks
Rose Bowl: Stanford Cardinal vs Ohio State Buckeyes
Fiesta Bowl: #7 West Virginia Mountaineers vs #8 Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Sugar Bowl: #3 LSU Tigers vs #9 Kansas State Wildcats
Orange Bowl: #4 Florida State Seminoles vs Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Heisman Trophy: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

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