BCS standings Week 10 news has the Alabama Crimson Tide still No. 1 overall. The updated BCS standings have the Oregon Ducks at No. 2, though, as the team has supplanted the Florida State Seminoles there. In the updated rankings from Sunday (Oct. 27), the most notable shift comes from Oklahoma. The school is up to No. 10 after defeating a previously unbeaten Texas Tech team over the weekend. As for Texas Tech, they reside in the No. 15 slot now, which is coincidentally where Oklahoma was last week.
There are three new teams to the rankings in Week 10 and they are No. 22 Michigan State, No. 24 Wisconsin, and No. 25 Notre Dame. Two of the teams come from the Big Ten, showing that the conference is making up some ground and that No. 4 Ohio State could eventually receive a push from the computers. As for big drops, UCLA is down to No. 20 from No. 12 and Missouri fell from No. 5 down to No. 9.
As for the most important BCS standings Week 10 news, Stanford has joined the top five after another impressive win over the weekend. They are now just ahead of two unbeaten teams in No. 6 Baylor and No. 7 Miami. Those two schools have a great shot at moving up a few spots if they can keep winning games in the coming weeks. Clemson is the other notable top 10 school as they slide into the No. 8 slot.
Heading into the next week of games, the ones that should receive the most attention are No. 3 Florida State vs. No. 7 Miami, No. 15 Texas Tech vs. No. 18 Oklahoma State, and No. 21 Michigan vs. No. 22 Michigan State.
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