Aside from No. 5 LSU's loss to No. 1 Alabama, not much changed in the win/loss column a top the BCS standings. However, when the Week 11 poll is released on Sunday night, there's going to be a slight change in the top five.
Oregon had an impressive road victory against the USC Trojans, while Kansas State, Louisville and Notre Dame were also able to remain unbeaten on the season.
Kansas State's campaign to remain in the top two took a major hit on Saturday, when Texas Tech and West Virginia were both handed losses. Those two teams were two of Kansas State's signature wins. Now, a road win at Oklahoma is the Wildcats' best argument.
Still, I don't think the computers will fall in love with Oregon just yet. After Week 11, we should see the Ducks gain control of the No. 2 spot, but for now they'll have to be content with passing Notre Dame following the Irish's near-stumble against Pitt.
BCSKnowHow.com agrees, per the site's tweet about their projected rankings on Sunday.
BCSKnowHow.com (@BCSKnowHow) November 4, 2012
At the bottom of the standings, Oklahoma State, Boise State and Arizona will all drop from Week 10's rankings, while UCLA, Rutgers and Northwestern will all climb back up into the Top 25.
Here's a projected look at how the BCS will shake out on Sunday night. The presentation is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN and you can see where your favorite team will land then.
|WEEK 11 BCS PROJECTED RANKINGS|
2. Kansas State
4. Notre Dame
7. South Carolina
9. Florida State
10. Oregon State
13. Texas A&M
18. Southern California
19. Louisiana Tech
20. Mississippi State
Who should be ranked No. 1?
With so much shifting at the bottom of the Top 25, you can see there's still plenty to be sorted out across college football and the BCS.
Oregon and Oregon State will take on each other in Week 11, while Texas A&M and sensational QB Johnny "Football" Manziel will try to knock the Crimson Tide out of their top perch.
Louisville will look to remain unbeaten and the Notre Dame Irish look to avoid another trap game against Boston College after almost falling at the hands of the Pitt Panthers.
Week 11 in college football has the potential matchups to bring plenty of surprises, and it will start with the rankings on Sunday night.
Ethan Grant is a featured columnist for B/R and a member of the site's Breaking News Team.