Idle Ohio State moves up to No. 3 in BCS Standings

Idle Ohio State moved up to No. 3 in the latest BCS Standings following then-No. 2 Oregon’s loss at Stanford. The Buckeyes (.8926), who trail No. 1 Alabama (.9958) and No. 2 Florida State (.9619), had been stuck at No. 4 in each of the poll’s first three installments. Michigan State and Wisconsin come in at No. 16 and No. 22, respectively. See all the polls in this post.

BCS Standings
Rankings as of 11/10/2013
Rank School Total Prev Rank
1 Alabama (9-0) .9958 1
2 Florida State (9-0) .9619 2
3 Ohio State (9-0) .8926 4
4 Stanford (8-1) .8689 5
5 Baylor (8-0) .8618 6
6 Oregon (8-1) .7665 3
7 Auburn (9-1) .7206 9
8 Clemson (8-1) .7200 7
9 Missouri (9-1) .7118 8
10 South Carolina (7-2) .5584 12
11 Texas A&M (8-2) .5473 15
12 Oklahoma State (8-1) .4671 14
13 UCLA (7-2) .4548 19
14 Fresno State (9-0) .4317 16
15 Northern Illinois (9-0) .3505 18
16 Michigan State (8-1) .3417 17
17 UCF (7-1) .3411 21
18 Oklahoma (7-2) .2926 10
19 Arizona State (7-2) .2833 22
20 Louisville (8-1) .2806 20
21 LSU (7-3) .2757 13
22 Wisconsin (7-2) .2612 24
23 Miami (FL) (7-2) .1471 11
24 Texas (7-2) .1092 NR
25 Georgia (6-3) .0857 NR

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Coaches’ Rankings
Rankings as of 11/10/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (9-0) 1546 (58) 1
2 Florida State (9-0) 1485 (4) 3
3 Ohio State (9-0) 1401 4
4 Baylor (8-0) 1376 5
5 Stanford (8-1) 1307 6
6 Clemson (8-1) 1164 7
7 Oregon (8-1) 1162 2
8 Missouri (9-1) 1083 9
9 Auburn (9-1) 1069 10
10 Oklahoma State (8-1) 965 11
11 Texas A&M (8-2) 898 13
12 South Carolina (7-2) 830 15
13 Louisville (8-1) 653 16
14 Fresno State (9-0) 646 17
15 UCLA (7-2) 641 18
16 Michigan State (8-1) 620 19
17 Oklahoma (7-2) 510 8
18 LSU (7-3) 476 12
19 UCF (7-1) 468 21
20 Wisconsin (7-2) 460 22
21 Northern Illinois (9-0) 445 20
22 Arizona State (7-2) 262 24
23 Miami (FL) (7-2) 228 14
24 Texas (7-2) 176 NR
25 Minnesota (8-2) 91 NR
Others: Georgia (44) , Nebraska (43) , Duke (22) , Ball State (22) , Virginia Tech (15) , Louisiana (7) , USC (6) , Ole Miss (6) , Cincinnati (6) , Washington (5) , Texas Tech (5) , Arizona (4) , Notre Dame (2) , Buffalo (1)

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AP Rankings
Rankings as of 11/10/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (9-0) 1472 (56) 1
2 Florida State (9-0) 1418 (3) 3
3 Ohio State (9-0) 1310 4
4 Baylor (8-0) 1303 5
5 Stanford (8-1) 1272 6
6 Oregon (8-1) 1139 2
7 Auburn (9-1) 1109 7
8 Clemson (8-1) 1049 8
9 Missouri (9-1) 1012 9
10 Texas A&M (8-2) 909 11
11 South Carolina (7-2) 857 13
12 Oklahoma State (8-1) 780 15
13 UCLA (7-2) 669 16
14 Michigan State (8-1) 633 18
15 UCF (7-1) 596 19
16 Fresno State (9-0) 588 17
17 Wisconsin (7-2) 503 21
18 LSU (7-3) 470 10
19 Louisville (8-1) 467 20
20 Northern Illinois (9-0) 396 22
21 Arizona State (7-2) 362 23
22 Oklahoma (7-2) 285 12
23 Texas (7-2) 185 NR
24 Miami (FL) (7-2) 121 14
25 Georgia (6-3) 78 NR
Others: Ole Miss (68) , Minnesota (60) , Nebraska (16) , Duke (11) , USC (10) , Washington (9) , Ball State (7) , Virginia Tech (5) , BYU (3) , Notre Dame (2) , Houston (1)

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JoeW on 11/10/2013 @ 1:27pm EDT Said:

AP poll has MSU and Wisconsin closer to where they should be…10-15 range for MSU and 15-20 range for Wisconsin. Both polls are trying to get Baylor past OSU. B10 needs a great bowl season to shed the bias that is clearly still in full swing. SEC has one great team…two good teams (TAMU, Mizzu) and the rest our average to bad. I think the top 3 in the B10 would compete well with the top 3 in the SEC right now. ACC is one great team, and then big drop off (not drinking Clemson koolaid)…so bad that FSU may play Duke in the ACC championship game…Duke, really?

squeekeron on 11/12/2013 @ 2:36pm EDT Said:

A few more BYE weeks and Ohio State could be #1!

Joe Noll on 11/13/2013 @ 9:50am EDT Said:

It would improve the reputation of the conference with a Ohio State win over Stanford in the Rose Bowl. But a loss by the Buckeyes would be much more satisfying.

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