College BCS Rankings: Week 2

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  1. RodH

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    Ranking - Team - BCS Score - (Previous Ranking)

    1. USC .9843 (1)
    2. Oklahoma .9325 (3)
    3. Miami .9239 (2)
    4. Auburn .8983 (4)
    5. Florida State .7759 (5)
    6. Utah .7217 (7)
    7. Wisconsin .7180 (6)
    8. California .6428 (8)
    9. Georgia .6195 (10)
    10. Texas .6163 (11)
    11. Tennessee .6152 (9)
    12. Michigan .5674 (13)
    13. Boise State .4827 (14)
    14. Texas A&M .4777 (16)
    15. Arizona State .4195 (18)
    16. Virginia .4179 (15)
    17. Louisville .3965 (17)
    18. West Virginia .3487 (20)
    19. Oklahoma State .3312 (21)
    20. LSU .2788 (19)
    21. Purdue .2533 (12)
    22. Virginia Tech .1332 (25)
    23. Iowa .1286 (Unranked)
    24. UTEP .0717 (Unranked)
    25. Minnesota .0609 (Unranked)

    Dropped from the BCS Top 25

    Florida (#22 last week)
    Notre Dame (#23 last week)
    UAB (#24 last week)
     
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    The Gators are gone and so is Zook. I am sure the job is Spurrier's again if he wants it. If not, Bob Stoops will probably be at the top of the wish list.
     
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    Boise State is a joke, but Utah is hilarious. Put either one in the SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big 10, even PAC 10 and they'd have a handful of losses. How ridiculous. These "mid-majors" play nobody.
     

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