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November 11, 2012

BCS standings for 11-12-12

NEW YORK — — BCS Standings List

Nov. 12, 2012

    Harris    USA    Today    Computer    BCS

    Rk    Pts    Pct    Rk    Pts    Pct    Rk    Pct    Avg    Pv

 1. Kansas St.    2    2774    .9649    2    1427    .9675    2    .9700    .9674    2

 2. Oregon    1    2844    .9892    1    1460    .9898    4    .9700    .9497    3

 3. Notre Dame    3    2634    .9162    3    1346    .9125    1    .9900    .9396    4

 4. Alabama    4    2494    .8675    5    1243    .8427    5    .8500    .8534    1

 5. Georgia    5    2398    .8341    4    1260    .8542    6    .8100    .8328    5

 6. Florida    7    2113    .7350    7    1079    .7315    3    .9200    .7955    6

 7. LSU    8    2082    .7242    8    1040    .7051    7    .7700    .7331    7

 8. Texas A&M    10    1842    .6407    10    967    .6556    8    .6900    .6621    15

 9. South Carolina    11    1732    .6024    11    903    .6122    8    .6900    .6349    8

10. Florida St.    6    2175    .7565    6    1143    .7749    17    .2900    .6071    10

11. Clemson    9    1972    .6859    9    1033    .7003    15    .3900    .5921    13

12. Oklahoma    12    1631    .5673    12    799    .5417    10    .6300    .5797    12

13. Stanford    13    1621    .5638    13    793    .5376    11    .6100    .5705    14

14. Nebraska    14    1239    .4310    14    653    .4427    13    .5300    .4679    16

15. Texas    15    1095    .3809    15    615    .4169    14    .4800    .4259    17

16. Oregon St.    16    1081    .3760    17    490    .3322    12    .5400    .4161    11

17. UCLA    19    870    .3026    16    494    .3349    20    .2400    .2925    18

18. Southern Cal    18    886    .3082    21    343    .2325    17    .2900    .2769    19

19. Louisville    17    943    .3280    18    442    .2997    27    .0200    .2159    9

20. Louisiana Tech    20    728    .2532    19    413    .2800    25    .0400    .1911    20

21. Michigan    24    264    .0918    23    144    .0976    16    .3100    .1665 NR

22. Rutgers    21    571    .1986    20    354    .2400    27    .0200    .1529    23

23. Texas Tech    22    325    .1130    25    106    .0719    20    .2400    .1416    22

24. Oklahoma St.    26    118    .0410    24    111    .0753    22    .2100    .1088 NR

25. Washington    40    1    .0003    36    7    .0047    19    .2500    .0850 NR

BCS

Computers

    AH    RB    CM    KM    JS    PW

 1. Kansas St.    1    1    3    2    2    2

 2. Oregon    4    3    5    4    5    4

 3. Notre Dame    2    2    1    1    1    1

 4. Alabama    5    4    4    5    9    5

 5. Georgia    6    5    6    7    4    6

 6. Florida    3    6    2    3    3    3

 7. LSU    7    7    9    6    6    7

 8. Texas A&M    9    10    8    8    10    8

 9. South Carolina    8    9    10    9    8    9

10. Florida St.    16    17    14    -    -    16

11. Clemson    15    14    13    22    -    14

12. Oklahoma    13    8    15    10    7    10

11. Stanford    10    11    7    11    11    11

14. Nebraska    12    15    11    12    18    12

15. Texas    14    12    16    14    13    15

16. Oregon St.    11    13    12    13    12    13

17. UCLA    18    24    17    20    21    21

18. USC    21    19    22    17    16    18

19. Louisville    24    -    20    -    -    -

20. Louisiana Tech    -    22    24    -    -    24

21. Michigan    17    21    18    18    20    17

22. Rutgers    25    -    19    -    -    25

23. Texas Tech    20    16    -    21    15    23

24. Okla St.    19    18    -    19    19    -

25. Washington    22    23    25    15    14   

AP POLL

By The Associated Press

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 10, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

    Record    Pts    Pv

 1. Oregon (45)    10-0    1,485    2

 2. Kansas St. (14)    10-0    1,451    3

 3. Notre Dame (1)    10-0    1,382    4

 4. Alabama    9-1    1,259    1

 5. Georgia    9-1    1,223    5

 6. Ohio St.    10-0    1,212    5

 7. Florida    9-1    1,089    7

 8. LSU    8-2    1,046    9

 9. Texas A&M    8-2    1,031    15

10. Florida St.    9-1    1,024    8

11. Clemson    9-1    907    10

12. South Carolina    8-2    848    12

13. Oklahoma    7-2    798    14

14. Stanford    8-2    766    16

15. Oregon St.    7-2    556    13

16. Nebraska    8-2    549    18

17. UCLA    8-2    541    17

18. Texas    8-2    496    19

19. Louisiana Tech    9-1    374    19

20. Louisville    9-1    322    11

21. Southern Cal    7-3    297    21

22. Rutgers    8-1    179    24

23. Michigan    7-3    135    NR

23. Texas Tech    7-3    135    25

25. Kent St.    9-1    93    NR

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma St. 79, N. Illinois 77, Mississippi St. 48, Wisconsin 26, UCF 16, Boise St. 14, Arizona 6, Cincinnati 6, Fresno St. 6, TCU 5, San Jose St. 4, Tulsa 4, Utah St. 4, San Diego St. 3, Northwestern 2, Toledo 1, Washington 1.

USA TODAY POLL

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 10, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

    Record    Pts    Pvs

 1. Oregon (44)    10-0    1,460    2

 2. Kansas St. (14)    10-0    1,427    3

 3. Notre Dame (1)    10-0    1,346    4

 4. Georgia    9-1    1,260    5

 5. Alabama    9-1    1,243    1

 6. Florida St.    9-1    1,143    6

 7. Florida    9-1    1,079    7

 8. LSU    8-2    1,040    9

 9. Clemson    9-1    1,033    8

10. Texas A&M    8-2    967    14

11. South Carolina    8-2    903    11

12. Oklahoma    7-2    799    13

13. Stanford    8-2    793    15

14. Nebraska    8-2    653    16

15. Texas    8-2    615    17

16. UCLA    8-2    494    19

17. Oregon St.    7-2    490    12

18. Louisville    9-1    442    10

19. Louisiana Tech    9-1    413    18

20. Rutgers    8-1    354    20

21. USC    7-3    343    22

22. Boise St.    8-2    161    24

23. Michigan    7-3    144    NR

24. Oklahoma St.    6-3    111    NR

25. Texas Tech    7-3    106    NR

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