Top of first BCS poll features SEC, Big 12
LSU, Alabama, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State hold the top four spots in the first BCS standings, setting up two potentially huge conference games that could determine which teams play for the national title.
Southeastern Conference rivals first-place LSU and second-place Alabama meet Nov. 5 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
The Tigers play defending national champion Auburn at home on Saturday and the Crimson Tide is at Tennessee. If they can get through that, both will be off for a week before a likely No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup that could decide the SEC West.
Third-place Oklahoma and fourth-place Oklahoma State have to wait longer to play their potential Big 12 showdown. The Bedlam rivalry is set for Dec. 3.
|4. Oklahoma St.||0.8568|
|5. Boise St.||0.8027|
|11. Kansas St.||0.5688|
|12. Virg. Tech||0.5048|
|14. S. Carolina||0.4914|
|15. W. Virginia||0.3730|
|16. Michigan St.||0.3288|
|17. Texas A&M||0.3074|
|21. Penn St.||0.2311|
|22. Ga. Tech||0.1968|