The BCS ended when FSU and Auburn played for the 2013 national championship. The BCS formula, though, lives online. continues to crunch the numbers to show college football fans what a BCS Top 25 would look like. Interest in the simulated BCS rankings increases around the time the College Football Playoff selection committee starts to release its weekly rankings.

The post-Week 13 simulated BCS rankings were shared Sunday. Most notable is how the formula ranks Nos. 4 and 5.

While the AP Top 25 has USC at No. 4 and Ohio State ranked No. 5, the BCS formula has the Buckeyes still ahead of the Trojans. We’ll find out how the selection committee ranks the 2 teams on Tuesday. A No. 5 USC still has a chance to move up with a win in the Pac-12 Championship Game over No. 12 Utah.

Here’s the full simulated BCS top 25: