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BCS Standings: LSU, Alabama Sit Atop Official BCS Rankings

The latest round of BCS Rankings only confirm what the polls were already telling everyone — that if the season ended today, then the match-up for the Allstate National Championship game on January 9th for the best team in college football would be between Les Miles’ LSU Tigers and Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide.

The LSU Tigers have definitely earned a place there with their win over Arkansas this weekend and Alabama defeated Auburn to stay atop other teams with only one loss. Perhaps they could lose that spot given Oklahoma State, who is at No. 3, has a date next week with the Oklahoma Sooners that certainly will play a major part of their computer rankings.

Official BCS Standings:
1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Oklahoma State
4. Stanford
5. Virginia Tech
6. Houston
7. Boise State
8. Arkansas
9. Oregon
10. Oklahoma
11. Kansas State
12. South Carolina
13. Michigan State
14. Georgia
15. Wisconsin
16. Michigan
17. Baylor
18. TCU
19. Nebraska
20. Clemson
21. Penn State
22. Texas
23. West Virginia
24. Southern Miss
25. Missouri