2012 College Football Rankings

BCS standings: No guarantees for SEC champ

Over the last six years, we've gotten so used to a SEC team playing for the national championship that it's come to feel automatic. But if Alabama and Florida each drops a game along the way, don't be surprised to see no SEC teams in Miami.

BCS standings: K-State takes Oregon's No. 3

The 2012 college football season's second set of BCS standings are out, with Alabama and Florida still in line to play for the national title (nevermind that they probably, you know, have to play each other first). The real drama begins at No. 3.

Top 25 scores: K-State, impossible to ignore

Kansas State continued its climb up the rankings with a big win over West Virginia. LSU got around five turnovers for a win, and Alabama is still blowing out opponents.

BCS computer ranks Alabama 3rd

The Sagarin ELO_Chess formula used by the BCS ranks Alabama third behind Florida and Kansas State.

BCS projection: K-State the next to jump Oregon?

Official BCS standings will come out right after 8:30 p.m. ET, but for now we've got rankings projections. And bad news for Oregon fans. It looks like the Ducks are set to tumble again.

BCS needs busting: Can Boise State do it again?

The first official BCS standings of the 2012 season have Florida over Oregon at No. 2, but the really interesting stories are

Bama, Florida lead first 2012 BCS standings

The first official BCS standings of 2012 came out Sunday night, with Alabama and Florida now officially holding the national title contention inside track.

Florida up to No. 3 in AP Poll

Unanimous Alabama continues to lead the way in the AP Poll, while Florida climbs to No. 3 and Notre Dame climbs to No. 5 in the latest edition of the poll.

BCS computer likes Alabama, Florida, K-State

The SEC and Big 12 dominate the Sagarin ELO-CHESS computer rankings

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