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So now what? What does it mean that Oregon is a consensus No.1 team but still No. 2 in the BCS?
What does a full point separating Alabama and Notre Dame mean for the Tide's chances of backing into the BCS National Championship Game?
What about the four other SEC teams in the consensus top ten?
Relax. There's still two weeks left in the regular season, and many of these teams have a conference championship game to worry about, too.
Notre Dame and Alabama are probably both going to need help.
While that may be viewed as blasphemy to many SEC fans, the Crimson Tide have no one to blame but themselves. Alabama was a near-unanimous No. 1 in every poll until losing to the Aggies on Saturday.
Georgia still has a path to Miami, but it leads not only through Atlanta, but will also require a little charity from two of the unbeaten three at the top.
As for Oregon fans, it's time to take a breath.
Your team is in the top two in the BCS, which is all that really matters. If Oregon keeps winning, the strength of the human polls—a unanimous No. 1—will carry the Ducks all the way to Miami.
The same goes for Kansas State. After all, we have a consensus.