BCS rankings Week 10 news suggests that Miami will move up and Missouri could take a huge hit. The 2013 BCS rankings have only been out just over a week, with the updated version on Sunday (Oct. 27) being just the second revelation of the college football season. Within the top 15 teams this weekend, quite a few upsets took place on Saturday (Oct. 26) that could shake up the voting.
No. 5 Missouri lost 27-24 to No. 21 South Carolina, possibly causing the Tigers to fall out of the top 10. No. 6 Stanford beat No. 25 Oregon State 20-12, No. 7 Miami beat Wake Forest 24-21, and No. 8 Baylor beat Kansas 59-14. All three schools should move ahead of Missouri, meaning the team will fall to at best that No. 8 slot. No. 9 Clemson beat Maryland 40-27 as well, so the 7-1 team could also move up.
Down a little bit further, No. 10 Texas Tech lost to No. 15 Oklahoma, which could be a huge blow to the Red Raiders. No. 12 UCLA also lost, falling to No. 3 Oregon in an embarrassing 42-14 loss. Both teams are about to take a huge hit, especially with No. 11 Auburn winning again and No. 13 LSU still hanging around down there. No. 14 Virginia Tech also lost, meaning No. 16 Texas A&M is about to get a huge boost.
Some very interesting questions about the top four teams in the Week 10 BCS rankings will be answered on Sunday. All four teams won in blowout fashion, so it could come down to the computers to decide the order of Alabama, Florida State, Oregon, and Ohio State. It will also be very interesting to see how the Associated Press writers and the coaches decided to rank them this time around.
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