polls: BCS Standings and AP Top 25 after Week 10
The college football polls
after Week 10 - BCS Standings and AP Top 25 find Oregon
has been raising up the college football points almost unnoticed
until the last week and after the Week 10 games, the Ducks are
even higher. Starting with the AP Top 25, Ohio State
(10-0) is as usual atop of the poll, still unbeaten after a
17-38 win at home against Wisconsin. Thanks to the Boston
College loss to Florida State, LSU have now occupied the second
spot on the AP Top 25 table, after taking care of business
against Alabama 41-34. Oregon took on the unbeaten Arizona
State, broke that winning streak on Saturday 23-35 and is now
No.3 in the AP Top 25 poll, finally getting the recognition they
deserved and eyeing even higher placement (six votes is the
difference between Oregon and LSU). Oklahoma moved to 4th spot
and Kansas jumped from previous 8th to No.5. Here are the rest
of the college football teams that made it to the AP Top 25
poll: 6. West Virginia; 7. Missouri; 8. Boston College; 9.
Arizona State; 10. Georgia; 11. Virginia Tech; 12. USC; 13.
Michigan; 14. Hawaii; 15. Texas; 16. Connecticut; 17. Florida;
18. Auburn; 19. Boise State; 20. Clemson; 21. Alabama; 22.
Tennessee; 23. Virginia; 24. California; 24. Kentucky.
And let's see what did the fancy computers
did with the BCS Standings after the Week 10 games. Well,
not much of a difference between the AP Top 25 and the BCS
Standings. First is again Ohio State, LSU second and Oregon is
up to third. At the BCS Standings, however, Kansas are even
higher at No.4 and Oklahoma is up one spot to No.5 this week.
Michigan are up to No.12 in the BCS Standings but USC is sitting
at the 17 row, compared to the No.12 in the AP Top 25. Overall
small difference here and there in the BCS Standings, except
Penn State listed at No.23, whereas barely got 38 votes at the
AP poll. Here are the rest of the teams in the BCS Standings
after Week 10: 6. Missouri; 7. West Virginia; 8. Boston College;
9. Arizona State; 10. Georgia; 11. Virginia Tech; 12. Michigan;
13. Connecticut; 14. Texas; 15. Florida; 16. Hawaii; 17. USC;
18. Auburn; 19. Virginia; 20. Boise State; 21. Clemson; 22.
Alabama; 23. Penn State; 24. Tennessee; 25. Kentucky.