BCS Standings Week 10: Stanford Hurdles Boise State Behind LSU, Alabama, OK State

STILLWATER, OK - OCTOBER 29: Wide receiver Michael Harrison #7 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys fumbles the ball in the second half against the Baylor Bears on October 29, 2011 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Oklahoma State defeated Baylor 59-24. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

The LSU Tigers topped the BCS rankings for a third straight week, much to nobody's surprise. With just six unbeatens left and the Tigers playing the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide next week, these standings will change quite a bit next week.

The BCS standings were released on Sunday night and, for the third week in a row, the LSU Tigers remained in the top spot while the Alabama Crimson Tide came in second once again.  The top two teams in the SEC also came in  as the top two teams as well in the Week 10 Harris Poll after doing the same in the Week 10 AP Poll and the Week 10 USA Today coaches poll.

The previously unbeaten Clemson and Kansas State lost this week, too, falling out of the top ten while leaving just six undefeated teams left in college football heading into November -- with the top five all undefeated. Houston is the only unbeaten team not yet in the hunt for the national championship.

  BCS Harris Poll USA Today Computer Rankings
RK TEAM AVG PVS RK PTS % RK PTS % AVG A&H RB CM KM JS PW %
1 LSU .9734 1 1 2853 .9923 1 1457 .9878 2 3 1 2 2 3 3 .940
2 Alabama .9591 2 2 2775 .9652 2 1434 .9722 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 .940
3 Oklahoma State .9310 3 3 2594 .9023 4 1314 .8908 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1.000
4 Stanford .8615 6 4 2552 .8877 3 1323 .8969 6 5 4 6 8 8 5 .800
5 Boise State .8522 4 5 2438 .8480 5 1237 .8386 4 4 5 4 4 6 4 .870
6 Oklahoma .7760 9 7 2158 .7506 7 1117 .7573 5 6 6 5 5 5 6 .820
7 Arkansas .7033 10 8 2015 .7009 8 1046 .7092 7 10 10 16 7 4 7 .700
8 Oregon .6916 7 6 2266 .7882 6 1175 .7966 13 16 7 15 14 13 13 .490
9 South Carolina .6177 13 11 1696 .5899 10 919 .6231 10 7 14 11 10 10 9 .640
10 Nebraska .6156 14 9 1918 .6671 9 973 .6597 12 13 8 9 16 18 14 .520
11 Clemson .5961 5 10 1697 .5903 12 779 .5281 9 17 11 7 9 9 8 .670
12 Virginia Tech .5683 12 12 1594 .5544 11 871 .5905 11 12 13 10 11 17 12 .560
13 Houston .4698 17 14 1320 .4591 14 679 .4603 13 8 0 8 13 23 11 .490
14 Kansas State .4600 8 15 1126 .3917 19 440 .2983 8 9 9 12 6 7 10 .690
15 Michigan .4512 18 13 1426 .4960 13 734 .4976 17 11 17 13 20 0 18 .360
16 Penn State .4022 19 16 1117 .3885 15 646 .4380 16 15 21 14 17 19 15 .380
17 Michigan State .3076 11 17 1049 .3649 16 528 .3580 20 22 12 21 21 24 20 .200
18 Georgia .2899 22 20 724 .2518 20 410 .2780 19 18 0 18 15 15 19 .340
19 Arizona State .2362 21 19 825 .2870 18 445 .3017 21 24 18 24 25 21 23 .120
20 Wisconsin .2159 15 18 960 .3339 17 463 .3139 24 0 20 0 0 0 0 .000
21 Texas .2117 24 24 323 .1123 25 122 .0827 15 14 0 17 12 12 17 .440
22 Auburn .1490 23 25 199 .0692 NR 41 .0278 18 19 16 22 18 11 16 .350
23 Georgia Tech .1276 NR 21 466 .1621 23 193 .1308 23 23 22 23 23 0 0 .090
24 West Virginia .1139 25 22 456 .1586 21 270 .1831 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
25 Southern Miss .0944 NR NR 186 .0647 24 160 .1085 22 20 0 19 0 0 21 .110

The BCS standings will more than likely be changed quite drastically next week considering the top two teams meet at Bryant-Denny Stadium next Saturday. For now, however, let's just enjoy the loveliness that November all but guarantees.

Stay tuned here for all of the Week 10 College Football Rankings.

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