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2013-2014
College Football Season
BCS Standings
Week 1

(Released 10/20/13)

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LW TW Team W-L
- 1 Alabama 7-0
- 2 Florida State 6-0
- 3 Oregon 7-0
- 4 Ohio State 7-0
- 5 Missouri 7-0
- 6 Stanford 6-1
- 7 Miami (Fla.) 6-0
- 8 Baylor 6-0
- 9 Clemson 6-1
- 10 Texas Tech 7-0
- 11 Auburn 6-1
- 12 UCLA 5-1
- 13 LSU 6-2
- 14 Virginia Tech 6-1
- 15 Oklahoma 6-1
- 16 Texas A&M 5-2
- 17 Fresno State 6-0
- 18 Northern Illinois 7-0
- 19 Oklahoma State 5-1
- 20 Louisville 6-1
- 21 South Carolina 5-2
- 22 Michigan 6-1
- 23 UCF 5-1
- 24 Nebraska 5-1
- 25 Oregon State 6-1

Statement from BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock:
"With this release of the first BCS Standings of the season, fans across the country are getting a glimpse of where their teams rank. Spoiler alert: in the previous 15 years of the Bowl Championship Series, the teams that were ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the initial Standings have gone on to play in the championship game only twice. A lot can change over the next seven weeks. Let the roller coaster ride begin."

BCS NEWS and NOTES

  • The top two teams in the first BCS Standings of the season have gone on to play in the championship game only twice: 2005 (USC and Texas were No. 1 and No. 2 in the first Standings; that’s the way they ended up) and 2011 (LSU and Alabama were No. 1 and No. 2 in the first Standings; that’s the way they ended up).
  • The following schools boast their highest-ever ranking in the BCS Standings: Baylor (No. 8), Fresno State (No. 17 – tied for highest), and Central Florida (No. 23).
  • Alabama has been ranked No. 4 or higher for 17 consecutive weeks.
  • Florida State reaches the top five (No. 2) for the first time since 2004 and its highest ranking since 2000.
  • Fresno State (No. 17), Miami, Fla. (No. 7), and UCLA (No. 12) all have their highest ranking since 2005; Missouri’s No. 5 ranking is the Tigers’ highest since 2007; and Texas Tech (No. 10) reaches its highest ranking since 2008.
  • The Atlantic Coast Conference boasts three team s (No. 2 Florida State, No. 7 Miami, Fla., No. 9 Clemson) in the top 10 for the first time since October 31, 2005.