BCS Standings for Sunday, November 11

BCS Standings for Sunday, November 11
Sunday, November 11, 2012 - 9:54pm

The BCS Standings for Sunday, November 11 have been released, and after Alabama's loss to Texas A&M, we have a new number one:

1. Kansas State (10-0) .9674
2. Oregon (10-0) .9497
3. Notre Dame (10-0) .9396
4. Alabama (9-1) .8534
5. Georgia (9-1) .8328
6. Florida (9-1) .7955
7. LSU (8-2) .7331
8. Texas A&M (8-2) .6621
9. South Carolina (8-2) .6349
10. Florida State (9-1) .6071

Statement from BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock:
“Three undefeated teams remain in the BCS Standings, and they’re at the top of the poll. But as everyone knows by now, and as we saw this weekend, anything can happen in college football. So let’s expect the unexpected over these last three incredible weeks of the greatest regular season in sports. I’ll be watching and know you will, too.”

• Schools debuting in 2012 BCS Standings: No. 25 Washington.
• Dropped out of BCS Standings: No. 21 Mississippi State, No. 24 Northwestern; No. 25 Toledo.
• Kansas State makes its first-ever appearance at No. 1 in the BCS Standings. The Wildcats are the first Big 12 team to hold the No. 1 spot in the BCS Standings since Oklahoma on Oct. 17, 2010.
• Teams occupying the No. 1 position in Week Five of the BCS Standings have become BCS champions four times, including the first three years of the Standings. They include Tennessee (1998), Florida State (1999), Oklahoma (2000), and LSU (2007).
• The SEC becomes the first conference in BCS history to have six schools ranked in the top 10: No. 4 Alabama, No. 5 Georgia, No. 6 Florida, No. 7 LSU, No. 8 Texas A&M, and No. 9 South Carolina. The conference breaks its own record set earlier this year when it placed five schools in the top 10.
• No. 1 Kansas State and No. 2 Oregon end the SEC’s 19-week streak of having a team in the top two positions in the BCS Standings, dating back to Oct. 17, 2010.
• No. 8 Texas A&M boasts its highest ranking and first top 10 appearance in the BCS Standings since Dec. 6, 1998. • No. 17 UCLA has reached its highest ranking since its appearance at No. 16 on December 4, 2005. The Bruins are in the BCS Standings for consecutive weeks for the first time since 2005.

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