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Oregon Ducks pass up Florida State: BCS Standings Report

The Oregon Ducks jumped to number two in the BCS Standings. (October 25, 2013 - Source: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images North America)
The Oregon Ducks jumped to number two in the BCS Standings. (October 25, 2013 – Source: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images North America)

It is no surprise at all that the Alabama Crimson Tide remains on top of the BCS Standings.  However, college football fans may be a bit shocked that the Oregon Ducks took the place of the Florida State Seminoles. However, Oregon clearly deserves the jump to number two after destroying UCLA 42-14.

Losing Perfection

Another interesting change in the standings involves two undefeated teams losing on Saturday. #10 Texas Tech lost to # 17 Oklahoma 38-30.  #5 Missouri lost to #20 South Carolina 27-24 in overtime.

Updated BCS Standings (updated on 10/28/13)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

2. Oregon Ducks

3.  Florida State Seminoles

4. Ohio State Buckeyes

5. Stanford Cardinal

6. Baylor Bears

7. Miami Hurricanes

8. Clemson Tigers

9. Missouri Tigers

10. Oklahoma Sooners

BCS Bowl Projections

Vizio BCS National Championship- January 6th, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Pasadena, California

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Oregon Ducks– The Alabama Crimson Tide will finish undefeated in the toughest conference in college football, the SEC. The Oregon Ducks will run the table, and will have two impressive wins on their BCS resume against UCLA and Stanford.

Discover Orange Bowl- January 3rd, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Miami, Florida

Florida State Seminoles vs. Oklahoma Sooners– The Florida State Seminoles are on a roll. The offense has scored more than 90 points in their last two games, including a 51 point performance in the win against Clemson on the road. The Sooners put the blemish on the Texas Tech Red Raiders record and will be rewarded for their efforts.

Wisconsin will face Miami in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. (October 18, 2013 - Source: Michael Hickey/Getty Images North America
Wisconsin will face Miami in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. (October 18, 2013 – Source: Michael Hickey/Getty Images North America)

Allstate Sugar Bowl- January 2nd 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – New Orleans, Louisiana

Miami Hurricanes vs. Wisconsin Badgers– Miami will finish with one loss to Florida State. They will take on the Big Ten runner up Wisconsin Badgers. Michigan State will just miss going to this game.

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl- January 1st, 8:30 P.M. E.S.T. – Glendale, Arizona

Baylor Bears vs. Missouri Tigers– Baylor is red hot right now. They are looking to finish with a perfect record. Even if they lose one, they will still make it to the Fiesta Bowl over the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Rose Bowl- January 1st, 5:00 P.M. E.S.T. – Pasadena, California

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Stanford Cardinal– The Buckeyes will finish as an undefeated team. Assuming the Oregon Ducks and Florida State Seminoles stay perfect, the Buckeyes will settle for the Rose Bowl. Stanford will finish as the Pac 12 runner up and the tradition of a Big Ten/Pac 12 matchup will stay intact for the last Rose Bowl.

 

 

 

 


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