While much of the BCS talk is surrounding the five undefeated teams—Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, Ohio State and Baylor—at the top of the rankings, there is still a mob of one-loss squads vying for BCS berths of their own.
All of the major conferences still feature one-loss BCS hopefuls.
Stanford is carrying the one-loss flag for the Pac-12 with a crucial test against Oregon coming this week, but the Cardinal might not even need the win over the Ducks to make the BCS.
Rivals Oklahoma State and Oklahoma are still in contention for the Big 12 title, but which has the best chance at beating out Texas and Baylor for the league crown?
The SEC features two one-loss BCS hopefuls, Missouri and Auburn, but both have tough roads to close the season. Could that end up opening the door for a current two-loss SEC squad?
The ACC also has a pair of one-loss clubs, but both have plenty of work left to do to make the BCS. And in the Big Ten, can Michigan State continue its climb and take down OSU at the top of the league?
Finally, find out why the lowest-ranked team on this list actually has the best chance at making the BCS.
Note: All rankings based on Week 11 BCS standings.