Here are the latest BCS standings for Sunday, November 27.
1. LSU 1.000
2. Alabama .955
3. Okl. State .871
4. Stanford .855
5. Va Tech .781
6. Houston .739
7. Boise St .702
8. Arkansas .700
9. Oregon .686
10. Oklahoma .671
With a perfect 1.000 score, LSU joins Ohio State in 2006 as the only teams to record perfect BCS scores, a feat each
school accomplished in back-to-back weeks.
Of the 13 previous BCS seasons, the teams ranked Nos. 1 and 2 at the last week in November have met for the BCS
National Championship six times, but just once since 2006. Auburn and Oregon in 2010 were the only top ranked
squads in the final week of November to meet for the title during the past five years.
USC in 2003 is the only team in BCS history to fall from one of the top two spots in the Standings without suffering a
loss on the final weekend of the regular season. USC was ranked No. 2 and fell to No. 3 despite winning.
Virginia Tech made its first appearance in the BCS Top 5 since Week Eight of 2007 when the Hokies were ranked
Houston rose to No. 6, marking the highest ever BCS ranking for the Cougars. Houston also matched