MSU, Wisconsin move up in BCS Standings

Perfect Ohio State remained No. 3 in the latest BCS Poll, released Sunday. The Buckeyes, who have won 23 in a row, still trail No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Florida State. Michigan State moved up to No. 11, and Wisconsin rose four spots, to No. 15. See the full BCS Standings, as well as Coaches and AP polls, in this post.

BCS Standings
Rankings as of 11/24/2013
Rank School Total Prev Rank
1 Alabama (11-0) .9881 1
2 Florida State (11-0) .9697 2
3 Ohio State (11-0) .9200 3
4 Auburn (10-1) .8236 6
5 Missouri (10-1) .8077 8
6 Clemson (10-1) .7726 7
7 Oklahoma State (10-1) .7615 10
8 Stanford (9-2) .6665 9
9 Baylor (9-1) .6456 4
10 South Carolina (9-2) .6101 11
11 Michigan State (10-1) .5780 13
12 Arizona State (9-2) .5052 17
13 Oregon (9-2) .4950 5
14 Northern Illinois (11-0) .4620 16
15 Wisconsin (9-2) .4448 19
16 Fresno State (10-0) .4124 15
17 LSU (8-3) .3737 22
18 Oklahoma (9-2) .3380 20
19 UCF (9-1) .3364 18
20 Louisville (10-1) .2522 21
21 Texas A&M (8-3) .2243 12
22 UCLA (8-3) .1921 14
23 USC (9-3) .1779 23
24 Duke (9-2) .0885 NR
25 Notre Dame (8-3) .0674 NR

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Coaches’ Rankings
Rankings as of 11/24/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (11-0) 1544 (56) 1
2 Florida State (11-0) 1488 (6) 2
3 Ohio State (11-0) 1428 3
4 Clemson (10-1) 1289 6
5 Auburn (10-1) 1268 7
6 Missouri (10-1) 1243 8
7 Oklahoma State (10-1) 1225 9
8 Baylor (9-1) 1009 4
9 South Carolina (9-2) 1003 11
10 Stanford (9-2) 981 12
11 Michigan State (10-1) 962 13
12 Oregon (9-2) 777 5
13 Fresno State (10-0) 687 16
14 Wisconsin (9-2) 661 17
15 LSU (8-3) 646 19
16 Louisville (10-1) 603 15
17 Oklahoma (9-2) 581 18
18 Arizona State (9-2) 574 22
19 UCF (9-1) 512 20
20 Northern Illinois (11-0) 459 21
21 Texas A&M (8-3) 410 10
22 UCLA (8-3) 257 14
23 USC (9-3) 210 25
24 Duke (9-2) 203 24
25 Cincinnati (9-2) 47 NR
Others: Notre Dame (17) , Minnesota (12) , Texas (12) , East Carolina (11) , Georgia (8) , Nebraska (7) , Miami (FL) (6) , Louisiana (6) , Arizona (2) , Vanderbilt (2)

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AP Rankings
Rankings as of 11/24/2013
Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1 Alabama (11-0) 1496 (56) 1
2 Florida State (11-0) 1444 (4) 2
3 Ohio State (11-0) 1375 4
4 Auburn (10-1) 1294 6
5 Missouri (10-1) 1202 8
6 Clemson (10-1) 1196 7
7 Oklahoma State (10-1) 1177 11
8 Stanford (9-2) 1002 10
9 Baylor (9-1) 976 3
10 South Carolina (9-2) 960 12
11 Michigan State (10-1) 929 13
12 Oregon (9-2) 731 5
13 Arizona State (9-2) 690 19
14 Wisconsin (9-2) 684 16
15 LSU (8-3) 642 18
16 Fresno State (10-0) 619 15
17 UCF (9-1) 588 17
18 Northern Illinois (11-0) 470 20
19 Texas A&M (8-3) 429 9
20 Oklahoma (9-2) 386 22
21 Louisiana (8-2) 383 NR
22 UCLA (8-3) 300 14
23 USC (9-3) 262 23
24 Duke (9-2) 135 25
25 Notre Dame (8-3) 68 NR
Others: Georgia (15) , Texas (10) , Cincinnati (10) , Ole Miss (7) , Nebraska (6) , Arizona (6) , Minnesota (5) , Vanderbilt (1) , East Carolina (1) , North Dakota State (1)

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akble on 11/24/2013 @ 12:31pm EST Said:

Iowa’s 4 losses to 4 teams in the T18 with combined record of 41-3 ! Were in all those games in 4th qt. Manhandled Minnesota on the road and ZERO votes ? Pretty much a farce when Mn still gets votes.

Chuck Grau on 11/25/2013 @ 4:34pm EST Said:

Well, akble, I think the Hawkeyes are better than perceived, too, but if they had beaten NIU at home, like they had beaten them nine times before, maybe they would be seen differently.

akble on 11/25/2013 @ 4:44pm EST Said:

perhaps Chuck- but no one else has beaten NIU this year either and they are in the Top 20. Certainly better loss than Mn has on their record – Perhaps if Mn had beaten lowly Iowa at home they would deserve the votes they get?