Michigan joins Nebraska in BCS Standings

The latest BCS Standings were released Sunday night, and the Big Ten has two teams ranked for the second consecutive week. This time, No. 21 Michigan, which beat then-No. 24 Northwestern in overtime Saturday, joins No. 14 Nebraska.

Undefeated Ohio State (10-0, 6-0), which is ranked No. 6 in the AP Poll, is not eligible for the BCS Standings due to NCAA sanctions.

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scott on 11/12/2012 @ 5:12pm EDT Said:

Just watched the end of nw vs. Mich. Just wondering, the play Mich spiked the ball after the tipped long pass to roundtree. All the receivers are lined up on the line of scrimmage in an illegal formation. Should have been a flag and ten seconds run off the clock… Game over nw wins.

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