For one week, it looks like the BCS rankings won't be in flux.
Auburn and Oregon took care of business with 20-point wins on Saturday, and should be safe at the top. There may be a switch in positions for the two teams — Oregon will get a boost in strength of schedule from vanquished USC — but it appears set in stone that they will be first and second in some order.
Further down, Boise State and TCU will benefit from losses by previously undefeated Michigan State and Missouri. The Broncos and Horned Frogs may inch closer to the upper echelon of both the human polls and the BCS standings thanks to the losses by the Spartans and Tigers. And TCU will get an extra boost as Utah rises: the Horned Frogs must travel to Salt Lake City, where College GameDay will broadcast from next week, for a showdown with their fellow Mountain West Conference unbeaten.
As always, the official BCS rankings will be revealed on ESPN's BCS Countdown show on Sunday night. We'll have the full rankings and some analysis as soon as possible after they are released.