BCS Standings 2013-14: Final Record Projections for 25 Teams in First Poll

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BCS Standings 2013-14: Final Record Projections for 25 Teams in First Poll
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Alabama head coach Nick Saban

The leaves are changing colors, pumpkin-spice lattes are all the rage and now and the initial BCS standings have been released.

We can discuss them as much as we'd like and argue all day about which teams are overrated or underrated, but that's an exercise in futility with nearly a month-and-a-half left in the regular season.

Saturday provided fans with a level of madness that only occurs in college football. South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, LSU and Texas A&M all lost, as did Clemson and UCLA. Even Louisville, which has been chided for its weak schedule, dropped a home game against Central Florida.

Now with a midseason pecking order established, how will the Top 25 shake out the rest of the way?

Let's take a look at the Top 25 in the BCS standings and project what their final records will look like.

 

All stats via ESPN. Note that the projections are through the regular season and do not take into account potential conference championship games.

 

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