BCS Rankings Week 13

January 3, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; A view of a sign for the Bowl Championship Series for the Sugar Bowl between the Michigan Wolverines and the Virginia Tech Hokies at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The BCS Rankings came out earlier tonight and no surprise coming for the number one and two teams. It remains the Alabama Crimson Tide and Florida State Seminoles at the top spot. The Baylor Bears jumped into the fourth spot after there 63-34 romping of the Texas Tech Red Raiders. They are close to being the number three team as they sit behind the Ohio State Buckeyes by .0007 points in the standing. The Oregon Ducks round out the top five.

Auburn, Clemson, Missouri, Stanford and Oklahoma State round out the top ten of this weeks BCS Rankings. The SEC has four more teams in the Top 25 including South Carolina (11), Texas A&M (12), LSU (22) and Ole Miss (24). The biggest headscratcher is seeing Stanford ahead of both South Carolina and Texas A&M after losing to an unranked three loss Southern California team. Both losses by the Cardinals have been to unranked teams.

South Carolina has two losses this year, one was to the then ranked 11th Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Volunteers. They do have a top five victory, defeating the number five ranked Missouri Tigers earlier this season. The Aggies have two losses this season by a combined 11 points to the number one and six ranked teams. The Aggies don’t have a win over a ranked team this season but they will get tested over the next two weeks with LSU and Missouri.

The Aggies are also ranked ninth in the AP Poll and tenth in the USA Today Poll.

Topics: BCS Ranking, Texas A&M Football

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