Polls: BCS Standings and AP Top 25 after Week 13
The college football polls and
rankings after Week 13, including the BCS Standings and the AP
end of a very exciting college football week is over, full of
surprises and moves on the college football polls and rankings.
Let's start with the highly anticipated release of the Week 13
BCS Standings and who will play for the title. Missouri
Tigers (11-1) came out atop of the BCS Standings today, after
beating Kansas 36-28 in one of the top games this weekend and
Kansas have now slipped down to the 7th position in the Bowl
Championship Series standings. The No.2 spot is now occupied by
West Virginia (10-1), after putting the smack-down on
Who will play for the BCS title? This
question still depends on the outcome of the next week's games -
Missouri will play Oklahoma and West Virginia will meet
Pittsburgh. If both No.1 Missouri and No.2 West Virginia win
their games - they will play each other in the national
championship game. If one of them loses on Saturday - the No.3
Ohio State (11-1) will have a shot at the BCS title. And if both
of them lose - Ohio State could play a two-loss team for the BCS
title. Currently No.4 is Georgia, after beating the Yellow
Jackets 31-17 in Atlanta and No.5 in the BCS Standings is now
occupied by Kansas. Here are the rest of the college football
teams that made it in the BCS Standings after Week 13: 6.
Virginia Tech; 7. LSU; 8. USC; 9. Oklahoma; 10. Florida; 11.
Boston College; 12. Hawaii; 13. Arizona State; 14. Tennessee;
15. Illinois; 16. Clemson; 17. Oregon; 18. Wisconsin; 19. BYU;
20. Texas; 21. South Florida; 22. Virginia; 23. Cincinnati; 24.
Auburn; 25. Boise State.
There is a little difference in the
AP Top 25 after Week 13 from the BCS Standings. Missouri is
now the No.1, followed by West Virginia. No.3 in the AP Top 25
college football polls is Ohio State and fourth on the table is
Georgia. The difference in the AP Top 25 comes at the fifth
position, which is held by LSU, after a 50-48 upset against
Arkansas. Here are the rest of the college football teams in the
AP Top 25: 6. Virginia Tech; 7. Kansas; 8. USC; 9. Oklahoma; 10.
Florida; 11. Hawaii; 12. Boston College; 13. Arizona State; 14.
Tennessee; 15. Illinois; 16. Clemson; 17. Texas; 18. Oregon; 19.
Wisconsin; 20. Cincinnati; 21. Brigham Young; 22. Virginia; 23.
Auburn; 24. Boise State; 25. South Florida.