Top 10 BCS Standings 6.0

What a thrilling week 10 of the college football season we just saw! In the game of the week, and maybe even year, #1 Alabama scored a touchdown on a 28 yard screen pass with :53 seconds remaining to stun #5 LSU in Death Valley to win 21-17. It is definitely in the running for game of the year and I believe it is. In other action, we saw #4 Oregon win a shootout at #17 USC, 62-51 at the Coliseum. We also saw #2 Kansas State hang on to defeat #24 Oklahoma State in another shootout, 44-30. Finally, of the last top five team, we saw #3 Notre Dame hang on and win a TRIPLE OVERTIME thriller over Pittsburgh, 29-26, to hang onto their undefeated record and a chance at playing in the BCS National Championship game. No teams in the top 10 lost this week other than LSU, so there won’t be too many changes in the top 10, so lets see what the new standings look like for this week.

1.Alabama Crimson Tide (9-0) defeated #7 LSU Tigers 21-17. Last Week (1).
2.Kansas State Wildcats (9-0) defeated #24 Oklahoma State Cowboys 44-30. Last Week (2).
3.Oregon Ducks (9-0) defeated #17 USC Trojans 62-51. Last Week (4).
4.Notre Dame Fighting Irish (9-0) defeated Pittsburgh Panthers 29-26 (3OT). Last Week (3).
5.Georgia Bulldogs (8-1) defeated Mississippi Rebels 37-10.Last Week (5).
6.Florida Gators (8-1) defeated Missouri Tigers 14-7. Last Week (7).
7.Louisville Cardinals (9-0) defeated Temple Owls 45-17. Last Week (9).
8.Florida State Seminoles (8-1) BYE WEEK. Last Week (8).
9.South Carolina Gamecocks (7-2) BYE WEEK. Last Week (10).
10.LSU Tigers (7-2) lost to #1 Alabama Crimson Tide 21-17. Last Week (7).

National Championship Game: #1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs #2 Kansas State Wildcats
Rose Bowl: #3 Oregon Ducks vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma Sooners vs #8 Florida State Seminoles
Sugar Bowl: #4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs #5 Georgia Bulldogs
Orange Bowl: Clemson Tigers vs #7 Louisville Cardinals

Heisman Trophy: Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State – This Week: 16 of 22, 245 yards passing, 0 TD’s, 0 INT’s, 17 carries, 64 yards, 1 TD, defeated Oklahoma State Cowboys 44-30. This year: 1,875 yards passing, 12 TD passes, 2 INT’s, 71.0% Completion Percentage, 139 carries, 698 yards rushing, 17 rushing TD’s

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