Top 10 BCS Standings 5.0

Week nine of the 2012 college football season has ended and it is time for the fifth edition of the top 10 BCS standings. Last week we saw Alabama, Florida, Kansas State, Oregon, and Notre Dame fill out the top five, in that order. This week it will look different with Florida losing their first game of the season against Georgia, 17-9. Of my top 10 from last week, five teams lost and will either fall mightily in the top 10 or be kicked out of the top 10 altogether. The real BCS top five this week should be really interesting as everyone can’t wait to see how they juggle Kansas State, Oregon, and Notre Dame behind Alabama at number one. So let’s get to it, here is my updated BCS standings.

1.Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) defeated #10 Mississippi State Bulldogs 38-7. Last Week (1).
2.Kansas State Wildcats (8-0) defeated Texas Tech Red Raiders 55-24. Last Week (3).
3.Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-0) defeated #8 Oklahoma Sooners 30-13. Last Week (5).
4.Oregon Ducks (8-0) defeated Colorado Buffaloes 70-14. Last Week (4).
5.Georgia Bulldogs (7-1) defeated #2 Florida Gators 17-9. Last Week (N/R).
6.Florida Gators (7-1) lost to Georgia Bulldogs 17-9. Last Week (2).
7.LSU Tigers (7-1) BYE WEEK. Last Week (6).
8.Florida State Seminoles (8-1) defeated Duke Blue Devils 48-7. Last Week (N/R).
9.Louisville Cardinals (8-0) defeated Cincinnati Bearcats 34-31 OT. Last Week (N/R).
10.South Carolina Gamecocks (7-2) defeated Tennessee Volunteers 38-35. Last Week (N/R).

National Championship Game: #1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs #2 Kansas State Wildcats
Rose Bowl: #4 Oregon Ducks vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma Sooners vs USC Trojans
Sugar Bowl: #5 Georgia Bulldogs vs #3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Orange Bowl: #8 Florida State Seminoles vs #9 Louisville Cardinals

Heisman Trophy: Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State – This Week: 19 of 26, 233 yards passing, 2 TD’s, 0 INT’s, 12 carries, 83 yards, 2 TD’s, defeated Texas Tech Red Raiders 55-24. This year: 1,630 yards passing, 12 TD passes, 2 INT’s, 70.8% Completion Percentage, 122 carries, 634 yards rushing, 16 rushing TD’s.

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