Three Big Ten teams ranked in initial BCS standings

The latest college football polls were released Sunday, including the initial 2013 BCS standings. Three Big Ten teams are listed in the standings, led by Ohio State (7-0) at No. 4 overall.

Michigan (6-1) comes in at No. 22, while Nebraska (5-1) appears at No. 24 in the standings.

Wisconsin (5-2) does not appear in the BCS standings, despite being ranked in the AP, Coaches and Harris Polls.

Find out where all Big Ten teams are ranked following a wild and exciting Week 8 across the nation in this post.

BCS Standings
Rankings as of 10/20/2013
Rank School Total Prev Rank
1 Alabama (7-0) .9841 NR
2 Florida State (6-0) .9348 NR
3 Oregon (7-0) .9320 NR
4 Ohio State (7-0) .8553 NR
5 Missouri (7-0) .8219 NR
6 Stanford (6-1) .7414 NR
7 Miami (FL) (6-0) .7200 NR
8 Baylor (6-0) .7120 NR
9 Clemson (6-1) .6249 NR
10 Texas Tech (7-0) .6220 NR
11 Auburn (6-1) .5058 NR
12 UCLA (5-1) .4807 NR
13 LSU (6-2) .4552 NR
14 Virginia Tech (6-1) .4408 NR
15 Oklahoma (6-1) .4204 NR
16 Texas A&M (5-2) .3666 NR
17 Fresno State (6-0) .3379 NR
18 Northern Illinois (7-0) .3032 NR
19 Oklahoma State (5-1) .2687 NR
20 Louisville (6-1) .2556 NR
21 South Carolina (5-2) .2161 NR
22 Michigan (6-1) .1637 NR
23 UCF (5-1) .1394 NR
24 Nebraska (5-1) .1354 NR
25 Oregon State (6-1) .1042 NR

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Coaches’ Rankings
Rankings as of 10/20/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (7-0) 1544 (57) 1
2 Oregon (7-0) 1482 (4) 2
3 Florida State (6-0) 1410 (1) 5
4 Ohio State (7-0) 1382 3
5 Baylor (6-0) 1255 12
6 Miami (FL) (6-0) 1186 11
7 Missouri (7-0) 1184 14
8 Stanford (6-1) 1117 13
9 Texas Tech (7-0) 981 15
10 Clemson (6-1) 913 4
11 UCLA (5-1) 710 10
12 Oklahoma (6-1) 695 18
13 Oklahoma State (5-1) 688 17
13 LSU (6-2) 688 8
15 Texas A&M (5-2) 622 7
16 Louisville (6-1) 571 6
17 Auburn (6-1) 537 NR
18 Fresno State (6-0) 532 19
19 Virginia Tech (6-1) 499 20
20 South Carolina (5-2) 468 9
21 Nebraska (5-1) 385 21
22 Northern Illinois (7-0) 298 23
23 Michigan (6-1) 268 24
24 Wisconsin (5-2) 195 NR
25 UCF (5-1) 151 NR
Others: Michigan State (102) , Oregon State (91) , Notre Dame (62) , Arizona State (51) , Georgia (37) , Ole Miss (17) , Texas (11) , Houston (6) , Florida (4) , BYU (3) , Rutgers (1) , Louisiana (1) , Ball State (1) , Tennessee (1) , Boise State (1)

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AP Rankings
Rankings as of 10/20/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (7-0) 1495 (55) 1
2 Oregon (7-0) 1427 (3) 2
3 Florida State (6-0) 1395 (2) 5
4 Ohio State (7-0) 1309 4
5 Missouri (7-0) 1197 14
6 Baylor (6-0) 1189 12
7 Miami (FL) (6-0) 1130 10
8 Stanford (6-1) 1118 13
9 Clemson (6-1) 927 3
10 Texas Tech (7-0) 904 16
11 Auburn (6-1) 867 24
12 UCLA (5-1) 832 9
13 LSU (6-2) 739 6
14 Texas A&M (5-2) 683 7
15 Fresno State (6-0) 550 17
16 Virginia Tech (6-1) 509 19
17 Oklahoma (6-1) 501 18
18 Louisville (6-1) 428 8
19 Oklahoma State (5-1) 382 21
20 South Carolina (5-2) 381 11
21 UCF (5-1) 345 NR
22 Wisconsin (5-2) 258 25
23 Northern Illinois (7-0) 220 23
24 Michigan (6-1) 169 NR
25 Nebraska (5-1) 117 NR
Others: Arizona State (108) , Notre Dame (82) , Oregon State (79) , Michigan State (73) , Georgia (30) , Ole Miss (27) , Florida (17) , Washington (4) , Utah (4) , Texas (2) , Ball State (1) , BYU (1)

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shookwriter27 on 10/20/2013 @ 10:02pm EDT Said:

Ohio State is proving they are a serious contender for the title.

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