Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Louisiana Tech 25 on BCS rankings
BCS STANDINGS - OCT. 28, 2012 Team BCS Average 1 Alabama .9759 2 Kansas State .9400 3 Notre Dame .9147 4 Oregon .9136 5 LSU .8163 6 Georgia .7753 7 Florida .7604 8 South Carolina .5968 9 Florida State .5743 10 Louisville .5661 11 Oregon State .5559 12 Oklahoma .5454 13 Clemson .5095 14 Stanford .4863 15 Mississippi State .3913 16 Texas A&M .3593 17 USC .3509 18 Texas Tech .3242 19 Boise State .3123 20 Nebraska .2568 21 West Virginia .2512 22 Arizona .1692 23 Texas .1640 24 Oklahoma State .0893 25 Louisiana Tech .0784 Complete Standings » STAY CONNECTED Like "Every Game Counts" on: Facebook Follow "Every Game Counts" on: Twitter WELCOME Thanks for visiting the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) official website. The BCS is one of the most successful events in the history of college football, yet it is often misunderstood. We hope the information on this site will help answer your questions and give you an accurate picture of what the BCS is and isn't. The BCS is a five-game showcase of college football. It is designed to ensure that the two top-rated teams in the country meet in the national championship game, and to create exciting and competitive matchups among eight other highly regarded teams in four other bowl games. For more on the background of the BCS, click here. It has been undeniably successful in achieving those goals. Thanks to the BCS, the top two teams have played each other 14 times in 14 years by BCS measurements and 11 times in the last 14 according to the AP poll -- including the last eight years in a row. Additionally, it has provided more access to the major bowls for all eleven conferences, more television exposure, and more postseason revenue than ever before. This site is a resource for college football fans, media and others interested in how the system works. Check here often for news about the BCS and the schools, conferences and bowls.