BCSKnowHow.com released its new simulated BCS rankings Monday following Week 8 games.

The computer-generated list attempts to reveal what the actual BCS rankings will look like when they’re released for the first time on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

The simulated BCS rankings continue to have Georgia as the clear No. 1 team in the nation, but three teams are currently separating themselves behind the Bulldogs.

The next set of simulated #BCS standings has a trio of teams bunched up and battling for No. 2 as Cincinnati, Alabama and Oklahoma separate themselves from the rest of the pack,” tweeted BCSKnowHow on Monday.

That said, it could be the Big Ten that creates the biggest changes in the weeks ahead, as No. 5 Michigan, No. 6 Ohio State, and No. 7 Michigan State have upcoming games against each other.

As for the SEC, 5 teams were ranked in the top 15 and 6 were in the top 20.