BCS Standings 2013: Complete Top 25 Order Revealed for Week 14

Alex KayCorrespondent INovember 24, 2013

TUSCALOOSA, AL - NOVEMBER 23:  Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide walks away from AJ McCarron #10 in the final mintues of their 49-0 win over the Chattanooga Mocs at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 23, 2013 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Due to the results of a number of exciting contests in Week 13, there have been some drastic shifts throughout the latest BCS rankings.

Whether that is through teams at the top moving up or programs at the bottom falling out, the Week 14 BCS standings look much different than the ones released last Sunday.

Here are the rankings and a recap of the most significant results from this past week.

BCS Standings Week 14
RankingTeamBCS Average
1Alabama (11-0).988
2Florida State (11-0).970
3Ohio State (11-0).920
4Auburn (10-1).824
5Missouri (10-1).808
6Clemson (10-1).773
7Oklahoma State (10-1).762
8Stanford (9-2).667
9Baylor (9-1).646
10South Carolina (9-2).610
11Michigan State (10-1).578
12Airzona State (9-2).505
13Oregon (9-2).495
14Northern Illinois (11-0).462
15Wisconsin (9-2).445
16Fresno State (10-0).412
17LSU (8-3).374
18Oklahoma (9-2).338
19UCF (9-1).336
20Louisville (10-1).252
21Texas A&M (8-3).224
22UCLA (8-3).192
23USC (9-3).178
24Duke (9-2).089
25Notre Dame (8-3).067
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Alabama remains on top ahead of a much-anticipated Iron Bowl showdown with No. 4 Auburn. The Crimson Tide easily took care of business against Chattanooga—a cupcake opponent—as a warm-up for Saturday’s matchup on the road against the Tigers to close the 2013 campaign.

Florida State is still poised to meet ‘Bama in the championship—should the Tide get there—after an easy rout over Idaho. The Vandals had no chance against the No. 2 Seminoles and lost, 80-14. 

Baylor slid down after an embarrassing loss to to Oklahoma State. The No. 7 Pokes completely dominated every facet of the game in a 49-17 rout, which sent the Bears spiraling down the rankings to No. 9. 

Ohio State stayed put after the No. 3 Buckeyes obliterated Indiana. OSU must only defeat Michigan next Saturday to cap off its second straight undefeated season under head coach Urban Meyer.

Oregon suffered an incredible blowout loss to a surprising opponent. The No. 13 Ducks were grounded on offense as the Arizona Wildcats picked up a 42-16 win in this Pac-12 showdown. Heisman candidate Marcus Mariota tossed his first two interceptions of the year in the loss. Oregon's outside shot at challenging for a national title are gone with the defeat, and the program's BCS bowl chances are on life support.

Missouri scored a solid win over Ole Miss on Saturday, as the fifth-ranked Tigers knocked the Rebels from the rankings after a 24-10 victory.

Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Clemson, Stanford and South Carolina.

Other notable results from Week 13 include No. 22 Texas A&M's loss to now-No. 17 LSU. Johnny Manziel's Aggies weren't able to do enough on offense to get past the Tigers in a 34-10 defeat. Manziel completed just 16 of 41 passes for 224 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.

Wisconsin held the Minnesota Golden Gophers to one touchdown in a 20-7 win. The No. 15 Badgers are moving up the rankings ahead of their regular-season finale against Penn State. 

A new addition to the Top 25 has the Duke Blue Devils checking in at No. 24, sandwiched between two traditional powerhouse programs in USC and Notre Dame. If the Blue Devils win next week against North Carolina, they will play Florida State in the ACC's conference championship game.

The Week 14 BCS poll has set things up for a wild finish. From the Iron Bowl to the upcoming conference championship games, these next few Saturdays promise to be extremely exciting.