December 5, 2011 in Sports

BCS standings, schedule

 
Associated Press photo

Coach Les Miles’ LSU Tigers beat Georgia in the SEC championship to earn a berth in the BCS title game.
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BCS standings

Rk. Team (W-L)BCS avg.

1. LSU (13-0) 1.000

2. Alabama (11-1) .9419

3. Oklahoma St. (11-1) .9333

4. Stanford (11-1) .8476

5. Oregon (11-2) .7901

6. Arkansas (10-2) .7687

7. Boise St. (11-1) .7408

8. Kansas St. (10-2) .6827

9. S. Carolina (10-2) .6553

10. Wisconsin (11-2) .6374

11. Virginia Tech (11-2) .5190

12. Baylor (9-3) .4977

13. Michigan (10-2) .4794

14. Oklahoma (9-3) .4603

15. Clemson (10-3) .4218

16. Georgia (10-3) .4119

17. Michigan St. (10-3) .3883

18. TCU (10-2) .3689

19. Houston (12-1) .3504

20. Nebraska (9-3) .2606

21. Southern Miss. (11-2) .1918

22. Penn St. (9-3) .1305

23. West Virginia (9-3) .1233

24. Texas (7-5) .0876

25. Auburn (7-5) .0584

BCS bowls

Rose Bowl

Jan. 2 at Pasadena, Calif.

Oregon (11-2)

vs. Wisconsin (11-2),

2 p.m. (ESPN)

Fiesta Bowl

Jan. 2 at Glendale, Ariz.

Stanford (11-1)

vs. Oklahoma State (11-1), 5:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Sugar Bowl

Jan. 3 at New Orleans

Michigan (10-2)

vs. Virginia Tech (11-2),

5 p.m. (ESPN)

Orange Bowl

Jan. 4 at Miami

West Virginia (9-3)

vs. Clemson (10-3),

5 p.m. (ESPN)

BCS Championship

Jan. 9 at New Orleans

LSU (13-0)

vs. Alabama (11-1),

5:30 p.m. (ESPN)


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