Alabama (.9841) and Florida State (.9348) top the first BCS standings of 2013, which were officially released Sunday evening on ESPN.
Oregon, the 2nd ranked team in the the Coaches Poll and the Harris Poll, comes in at third with a .9320 score. Ohio State (.8553) is fourth followed by Missouri (.8219) in fifth.
The Stanford Cardinal are in sixth place and lead all one loss teams with a .7414 score. Miami (FL), Baylor, Clemson, and Texas Tech round out the Top 10.
The BCS rankings consist of two human elements, the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll and the Harris Interactive Poll, and a computer element. The computer element consists of rankings by Anderson & Hester, Richard Billingsley, Colley Matrix, Kenneth Massey, Jeff Sagarin, and Peter Wolfe. For an explanation of how the rankings are calculated, check out BCSKnowHow.com.
Based on the NCAA method, Oregon and Texas Tech have the toughest future schedule of teams in the Top 10. Both schools are tied for first.
Other ratings for toughest remaining schedule include Baylor (14th), Stanford (15th), Alabama (21st), Miami, FL (23rd), Clemson (54th), Missouri (60th), Florida State (75th), and Ohio State (78th). Note that the rankings do not include possible conference championship games.
The top two teams in the final BCS standings will meet in the BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
Listed below are the current 2013 BCS rankings (complete info):