Florida State, Ohio State Top Week 15 BCS Standings

By Kevin Kelley -
Florida State Seminoles

Florida State is the new BCS no. 1. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)

The Florida State Seminoles are the new top-ranked team in college football. The Ohio State Buckeyes are right behind them in 2nd place of the Week 15 BCS Standings.

Florida State and Ohio State both moved up one spot after then no. 1 Alabama lost at Auburn 34-28. Auburn moved up one spot to no. 3 and the Crimson Tide dropped to no. 4.

Sitting in fifth place are the Missouri Tigers, which will face Auburn in the SEC Championship Game this weekend. The winner of that game could find themselves in the BCS National Championship Game if either Florida State or Ohio State lose, or if they work they way up in the standings.

Florida State takes on Duke in the ACC Championship game and is expected to win. Ohio State has a tougher match-up in no. 10 Michigan State.

Clemson dropped from 6th to 13th after falling at South Carolina 31-17. The win moved the Gamecocks up two spots to no. 8.

Other teams that made big moves in the Week 15 BCS Standings include UCF (up three spots to 16th), UCLA (up four spots to 18th), Duke (up four spots to 20th), Georgia (from unranked to 22nd), Wisconsin (down six spots to 21st), Fresno State (down seven spots to 23rd), and Texas A&M (down three spots to 24th).

Northern Illinois sits at no. 14 and is in good position to claim an at-large berth to a BCS game. That could change, however, if the Huskies lose to Bowling Green in the MAC Championship Game.

Listed below are the complete Week 15 rankings.

BCS STANDINGS (Complete) COACHES POLL (Complete)
  1. Florida State
  2. Ohio State
  3. Auburn
  4. Alabama
  5. Missouri
  6. Oklahoma State
  7. Stanford
  8. South Carolina
  9. Baylor
  10. Michigan State
  11. Arizona State
  12. Oregon
  13. Clemson
  14. Northern Illinois
  15. LSU
  16. UCF
  17. Oklahoma
  18. UCLA
  19. Louisville
  20. Duke
  21. Wisconsin
  22. Georgia
  23. Fresno State
  24. Texas A&M
  25. Texas
  1. Florida State
  2. Ohio State
  3. Auburn
  4. Alabama
  5. Missouri
  6. Oklahoma State
  7. Baylor
  8. South Carolina
  9. Michigan State
  10. Stanford
  11. Clemson
  12. Oregon
  13. Arizona State
  14. LSU
  15. Oklahoma
  16. Louisville
  17. UCF
  18. Northern Illinois
  19. UCLA
  20. Duke
  21. Wisconsin
  22. Fresno State
  23. Cincinnati
  24. Texas
  25. Texas A&M
HARRIS POLL (Complete) AP POLL (Complete)
  1. Florida State
  2. Ohio State
  3. Auburn
  4. Alabama
  5. Missouri
  6. Oklahoma State
  7. Stanford
  8. South Carolina
  9. Baylor
  10. Michigan State
  11. Clemson
  12. Oregon
  13. Arizona State
  14. LSU
  15. Northern Illinois
  16. Oklahoma
  17. Louisville
  18. UCF
  19. UCLA
  20. Duke
  21. Wisconsin
  22. Fresno State
  23. Texas A&M
  24. Texas
  25. Georgia
  1. Florida State
  2. Ohio State
  3. Auburn
  4. Alabama
  5. Missouri
  6. Oklahoma State
  7. Stanford
  8. South Carolina
  9. Baylor
  10. Michigan State
  11. Arizona State
  12. Oregon
  13. Clemson
  14. LSU
  15. UCF
  16. Northern Illinois
  17. UCLA
  18. Oklahoma
  19. Louisville
  20. Duke
  21. Wisconsin
  22. Texas A&M
  23. Texas
  24. Fresno State
  25. Georgia
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3 Comments to Florida State, Ohio State Top Week 15 BCS Standings

  1. Herandos said....

    So if you have seen the BCS Standings on http://www.espn.com, then you can find the message, that is are the final standings in 2013: ;-)

    So then we will have the following BCS Games:

    BCS Championship Game: Florida State vs. Ohio State

    Sugar Bowl Game: Missouri vs. Oklahoma State

    Fiesta Bowl Game: Baylor vs. Central Florida

    Rose Bowl Game: Michigan State vs. Arizona State

    Orange Bowl Game: Clemson vs. Northern Illionis

    December 2, 2013 at 4:03 pm
  2. Herandos said....

    Good, ESPN has watched this blog, and changed their BCS Standings back to Week 15. Everything is possible, although that Duke and Louisville will reach the BCS Bowls.

    December 3, 2013 at 7:00 pm

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