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The cards and letters keep coming in. Thanks. And, by the look of things, many of you are excited about what Minnesota is doing. No doubt, to be 8-2 and riding a four-game winning streak is pretty incredible. Michigan has many flummoxed. And Nebraska’s rise has stirred the masses.
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Ohio State saw its stock rise in the BCS standings—and it didn’t even play. Oregon’s loss to Stanford on Thursday allowed the Buckeyes to move from No. 4 to No. 3 in the BCS standings, one spot closer to being in position to play for the national championship.
With two of my top three teams off this Saturday in No. 1 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan State, the top of my power rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, didn’t change much. In fact, the rankings only got tweaked, as no big upsets took place. But with MSU playing at Nebraska next week, big changes could be coming.
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.