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FInal BCS Standings 2015 season

2015 College Football Season – Final BCS Standings

Posted on 7 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

The final week of the College Football season before the bowl games are upon has gave us its four playoff teams: Number one Clemson, number two Alabama, number three Michigan State and number four, Oklahoma. That’s the selection committee, but even in a BCS world, we would have gotten the same four teams making the playoff. More

Week 13 BCS Standings

2015 College Football Season – Week 13 BCS Standings

Posted on 2 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

There’s hardly any difference between the College Football Playoff rankings for week 13 of the 2015 College Football Season and the hypothetical BCS standings, both having the same top four: Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Iowa, while Michigan State, Stanford and North Carolina are waiting for their chance to get in. More

2015 BCS Standings - Week 12

2015 College Football Season – Week 12 BCS Standings

Posted on 25 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The hypothetical BCS standings following week 12 of the 2015 college football season aren’t that different from the College Football Playoff committee decisions. Clemson, Alabama and Iowa in the top 4 while Notre Dame instead of Oklahoma to complete the picture, with the Sooners and Michigan State looking from the outside on a playoff spot they’re hoping to get. More

BCS Standings week 7

2015 College Football Season – Week 7 BCS Standings

Posted on 22 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

If the standings determining the College Football Playoff would still be made according to the BCS, it would be Ohio State (also number one here), LSU, TCU and Utah making the final four, with Baylor, getting a lot of love from the human polls, would be left out. More

Week 14 BCS Standings

2014 College Football Season – Week 14 BCS Standings

Posted on 2 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

According to the hypothetical BCS rankings following Week 14 in College Football, the playoff will be made up of number one Alabama, followed by Florida State, Oregon and TCU. No two-SEC teams, that’s not going to happen, and maybe even more interesting to see is Ohio State falling behind the top 4. Playing in a championship game and winning the Big Ten might change that. More

Week 13 BCS Rankings

2014 College Football Season – Week 13 BCS Standings

Posted on 26 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

If the BCS was still something that mattered, the same four teams the playoff committee is currently going with would be going to the national semifinals, with Alabama at number one, followed by Florida State, Oregon and Mississippi State. More

Week 12 BCS Standings

2014 College Football Season – Week 12 BCS Standings

Posted on 18 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

Despite losing to Alabama, according to the hypothetical BCS standings of the 2014 season following week 12, Mississippi State remain one of the top 4, which means they still make it into the College Football playoff alongside their SEC West rivals, Florida State and Oregon. More

Week 11 BCS Standings

2014 College Football Season – Week 11 BCS Standings

Posted on 11 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

According to the hypothetical BCS rankings following week 11 of the 2014 College Football season, the SEC West no longer has three teams in the top 4, with Oregon taking the place of Auburn following the Tigers’ loss, joining Mississippi State, Florida State and Alabama as the teams that will go to the playoff. More

Florida State vs Auburn

2013 College Football Season – Final BCS Standings

Posted on 9 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The latest edition of the BCS standings isn’t just the last one for the 2013 College Football season, but the final top 25 we’ll ever get to see, as the sport moves on to a playoff system instead of polls + computer rankings to determine the two teams to make the national championship game. By the way, no surprise there, as Florida State and Auburn finish at 1-2, heading to play for the Crystal ball. More

Devonta Freeman

College Football – BCS Standings Mess All Cleared Up

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

No more debated, arguments or discussions. Auburn winning the SEC championship game against Missouri, Michigan State beating Ohio State for the Big Ten title and Florida State doing what they were supposed to against Duke seals the BCS national championship game picture, which should be the Seminoles against the Tigers, while despite having just one loss, teams like the Spartans and Baylor will have to play for a lesser BCS Bowl. More