First BCS Rankings

Since there is no playoff system for the next couple years, we still have to contend with the BCS.  Now, most (not all) teams have played 6 games so far this season so no rational fan should worry about the initial rankings.  Just worry about your team doing  their jobs and going out there and win. As a coach, that would be my mentality because worrying about where your ranked means you’re not focused on the task/season at hand. Here are the initial rankings.  Here is a link to the complete BCS rankings.

BCS STANDINGS – OCT. 14, 2012

Team BCS Average
1 Alabama .9761
2 Florida .9092
3 Oregon .8993
4 Kansas State .8963
5 Notre Dame .8774
6 LSU .7522
7 South Carolina .6930
8 Oregon State .6808
9 Oklahoma .6664
10 USC .5959
11 Georgia .4980
12 Mississippi State .4846
13 West Virginia .4793
14 Florida State .4277
15 Rutgers .4083
16 Louisville .4061
17 Texas Tech .3572
18 Texas A&M .3379
19 Clemson .3341
20 Stanford .2654
21 Cincinnati .2483
22 Boise State .1978
23 TCU .1377
24 Iowa State .1139
25 Texas .0640
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