Kansas State takes over top spot in BCS standings

BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STANDINGS
(Games through Nov. 11, 2012)
BCS
Average
Previous
Week
Rank
Points %
Rank
Points %
Avg.
Comp.
Rank
Points %
1. Kansas State (10-0) .9674 2 2 2774 .9649 2 1427 .9675 2 97 .9700
2. Oregon (10-0) .9497 3 1 2844 .9892 1 1460 .9898 4 87 .8700
3. Notre Dame (10-0) .9396 4 3 2634 .9162 3 1346 .9125 1 99 .9900
4. Alabama (9-1) .8534 1 4 2494 .8675 5 1243 .8427 5 85 .8500
5. Georgia (9-1) .8328 5 5 2398 .8341 4 1260 .8542 6 81 .8100
6. Florida (9-1) .7955 6 7 2113 .7350 7 1079 .7315 3 92 .9200
7. LSU (8-2) .7331 7 8 2082 .7242 8 1040 .7051 7 77 .7700
8. Texas A&M (8-2) .6621 15 10 1842 .6407 10 967 .6556 8 69 .6900
9. South Carolina (8-2) .6349 8 11 1732 .6024 11 903 .6122 8 69 .6900
10. Florida State (9-1) .6071 10 6 2175 .7565 6 1143 .7749 17 29 .2900
11. Clemson (9-1) .5921 13 9 1972 .6859 9 1033 .7003 15 39 .3900
12. Oklahoma (7-2) .5797 12 12 1631 .5673 12 799 .5417 10 63 .6300
13. Stanford (8-2) .5705 14 13 1621 .5638 13 793 .5376 11 61 .6100
14. Nebraska (8-2) .4679 16 14 1239 .4310 14 653 .4427 13 53 .5300
15. Texas (8-2) .4259 17 15 1095 .3809 15 615 .4169 14 48 .4800
16. Oregon State (7-2) .4161 11 16 1081 .3760 17 490 .3322 12 54 .5400
17. UCLA (8-2) .2925 18 19 870 .3026 16 494 .3349 20 24 .2400
18. Southern California (7-3) .2769 19 18 886 .3082 21 343 .2325 17 29 .2900
19. Louisville (9-1) .2159 9 17 943 .3280 18 442 .2997 27 2 .0200
20. Louisiana Tech (9-1) .1911 20 20 728 .2532 19 413 .2800 25 4 .0400
21. Michigan (7-3) .1665 NR 24 264 .0918 23 144 .0976 16 31 .3100
22. Rutgers (8-1) .1529 23 21 571 .1986 20 354 .2400 27 2 .0200
23. Texas Tech (7-3) .1416 22 22 325 .1130 25 106 .0719 20 24 .2400
24. Oklahoma State (6-3) .1088 NR 26 118 .0410 24 111 .0753 22 21 .2100
25. Washington (6-4) .0850 NR 40 1 .0003 36 7 .0047 19 25 .2500
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 11, 2012
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POLL EXPLANATION & ABOUT THE BCS:
The Harris Interactive Poll, USA Today Coaches Poll and computer rankings each comprise one-third of the BCS Standings. To derive the three
percentages, each team is assigned an inverse point total (25 for No. 1, 24 for No. 2, etc.) The two poll percentages are calculated by dividing
each team’s point total by a maximum 2875 possible points (Harris) and 1475 possible points (USA Today). The computer rankings percentage
is calculated by dropping the highest and lowest ranking for each team and then dividing the remaining total by 100 (the maximum possible
points). The BCS Average is calculated by averaging the percentage totals of the Harris Interactive Poll, USA Today Poll, and computer
rankings. The teams’ BCS Averages are ranked to produce the BCS Standings.
The BCS is a five-game arrangement for post-season college football that is managed by the 11 Football Bowl
Subdivision conferences and institutions. Its purpose is to match the top two teams in a bowl game and to create
exciting matchups in four other games.


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