Week 9 BCS Rankings

Week 9 BCS Rankings

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The updated BCS rankings are out once again and no surprise, LSU and Alabama top the list. A few other SEC teams also made the top 25. Here are the week 9 BCS rankings:

  1. LSU (.9702)
  2. Alabama (.9627)
  3. Oklahoma State (.9240)
  4. Boise State (.8302)
  5. Clemson (.8240)
  6. Stanford
  7. Oregon
  8. Kansas State
  9. Oklahoma
  10. Arkansas
  11. Michigan State
  12. Virginia Tech
  13. South Carolina
  14. Nebraska
  15. Wisconsin
  16. Texas A&M
  17. Houston
  18. Michigan
  19. Penn State
  20. Texas Tech
  21. Arizona State
  22. Georgia
  23. Auburn
  24. Texas
  25. West Virginia




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Comments 8

  1. Drew
    Commented : 2 years ago

    I hope Boise State loses. How horrible would a championship game be with them in it?

    • I totally agree!!! They (BSu) shouldn’t even be ranked in the top 10 in the first place considering their incredibility weak schedule.

    • Amen! BS U should be prohibited from all bowls until they hire someone to cure the fungus or blight that has turned their field blue.

  2. Anybody buying Stanford? Luck is very good but their schedule has been pathetically weak – San Jose St, Duke, Wash and Wash St plus UCLA and Arizona?? They get USC and Oregon St on the road and have Oregon, Cal and ND at home before the PAC-12 championship game. Im not buying in until they beat at least one decent team. That schedule is ridiculous!

  3. I’m not buying Clemson… If your follow football you will figure it out.

  4. I think to be in the top 10 you would have to have beat some other ranked teams.

  5. We were ranked when they beat us…And every win we get, it makes them look a whole lot better…

  6. Boise State, Clemson, Stanford and Oregon should not even be in the top 25. Strength of schedule seems to be over looked when these yahoo’s are voting. Boise State did beat Georiga but how would they have held up if they had to follow that game with LSU, S.C., Bama, Arkansas and the list goes on.