Here you go America, your new No. 1 team–the Auburn Tigers.
Could a win over Southern California boost No. 2 Oregon over No. 1 Auburn?
Two teams have played both No. 3 Boise State and No. 4 TCU, and both head coaches havedodged the question: ” Who is a better team?“
Head coach Gary Patterson is very pleased with the No. 4 Horned Frogs’ mentality.
The count for games with fake punts is now up to twofor No. 5 Michigan State.
The No. 5 scoring defense–No. 6 Missouri–will be without its starting defensive nose tackle thanks to a broken ankle.
This one writer has No. 7 Alabama in his No. 5 spot, with an interesting group of teamsrounding out his Top 10.
Utah is patiently waiting for the top ranked teams to make mistakes. The Utes sit at No.8 in the latest BCS poll.
It was a short-lived stay at No. 1 for Oklahoma, which dropped to No. 9 with Sunday’ s new release of theBCS rankings.
After losing to Wisconsin two Saturday’ s ago, Ohio State sits behind the Badgers at No. 11 inthe nation, and Terrelle Pryor does not like it.
It seems weird to have a team ranked–No. 12 LSU–that at one point gave up 440 yardsrushing in a game.
Remember No. 13 Stanford? Its only loss was to No. 2 Oregon, and the Cardinalhas its best start in 40 years.
Niles Paul went from zero to hero for No. 14 Nebraska in itsroad win over undefeated Oklahoma State.
Here is No. 15 Arizona’ s report card from Saturday night’ s gameagainst Washington, a game in which Wildcats’ starting quarterback Nick Foles wassidelined because of an injury suffered the week before.
No. 16 Florida State had this weekend off to prepare for a Thursday showdown with N.C. State.
No. 17 Oklahoma State will take on Kansas State this weekend. The Cowboys are just 2-10 against theWildcats in the previous 12 games.
Iowadropped in the polls–to No. 18 in the BCS–but can make some major jumps if it defeatsMichigan State this weekend, which is certainly possible and may even be likely.
Arkansas had previously been 0-2 against Houston Nutt and Ole Miss,before a 38-24 victory propelled them to No. 19 in the BCS rankings.
One of the quietest games from this past weekend was No. 20 South Carolina’ s 21-7 win overVanderbilt. The Gamecocks should expect more impressive victories now that running backMarcus Lattimore is expected to return.
Saying that No. 21 Mississippi State survived a scare on Saturday would be an understatement.
Miami (FL) popped into the BCS standings for the first time this year, coming in at No. 22,thanks to a powerful – and important – win over North Carolina.
No. 23 Virginia Tech is currently leading the ACC, and it does not appear that the Hokies will slowdown.No. 24 Nevada should be favored in each of its games heading into aNovember 26th bout with Boise State.