For the third consecutive week, the Alabama Crimson Tide lead the BCS Standings. Georgia, previously 6th, has moved up to 5th place.
The Bulldogs, now the highest ranked one-loss team, moved into the Top 5 after beating Ole Miss while Alabama defeated LSU on Saturday. LSU dropped from 5th to 7th place.
Oregon and Notre Dame switched positions from the previous week. The Ducks are now 3rd while the Fighting Irish are 4th.
Florida moved up one spot to 6th while South Carolina stayed in 8th. Louisville and Florida State also switched places, with the Cardinals now 9th and the Seminoles slipping to 10th.
UCLA, Rutgers, Northwestern, and Toledo all entered the BCS Standings this week, while Arizona, Boise State, Oklahoma State, and West Virginia all dropped out.
Based on the NCAA method, Florida has the toughest future schedule of teams in the Top 10. They are tied for 11th with UConn.
Other ratings for toughest remaining schedule include Kansas State (24th), South Carolina (24th), Oregon (30th), Florida State (43nd), Louisville (57th), Alabama (67th), Notre Dame (76th), and Georgia (110th). Note that the rankings do not include possible conference championship games.
Listed below are the current 2012 BCS rankings (complete info):