The second edition of the BCS rankings were released on Sunday night, and after a relatively "chalk" weekend of college football, there weren't many shocks or surprises.
Oregon passed Florida State and assumed the all-important No. 2 ranking, setting itself up for a potential date with No. 1 Alabama in the BCS National Championship.
That move wasn't unexpected, but seeing the Ducks ascend past FSU was important nonetheless. Because the Pac-12 is so much stronger than the ACC, it all but ensures that the Seminoles will need some help if they want a shot at the national title.
Here's a look at the entire BCS Top 25: