BCS Rankings 2013: Complete Standings for 8th Release

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BCS Rankings 2013: Complete Standings for 8th Release
Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Week 15 of the 2013 college football campaign showcased a number of championship games for many conferences, as well as the end of the regular season for a handful of marquee programs.

There were a number of exciting results that drastically shifted the order in the latest BCS Top 25 rankings, the final release of the season.

Let’s take a look at the updated polls and recap the top action from this past week.

Week 16 BCS Standings
Rank Team AVG Previous
1 Florida State (13-0) .9957 1
2 Auburn (12-1) .9638 3
3 Alabama (11-1) .9061 4
4 Michigan State (12-1) .8600 10
5 Stanford (11-2) .8191 7
6 Baylor (11-1) .7722 9
7 Ohio State (12-1) .7705 2
8 Missouri (11-2) .7256 5
9 South Carolina (10-2) .7152 8
10 Oregon (10-2) .5811 12
11 Oklahoma (10-2) .5756 17
12 Clemson (10-2) .5553 13
13 Oklahoma State (10-2) .5233 6
14 Arizona State (10-3) .4416 11
15 Central Florida (11-1) .4343 16
16 LSU (9-3) .4322 15
17 UCLA (9-3) .3703 18
18 Louisville (11-1) .3199 19
19 Wisconsin (9-3) .2365 21
20 Fresno State (11-1) .1675 23
21 Texas A&M (8-4) .1663 24
22 Georgia (8-4) .1594 22
23 Northern Illinois (12-1) .1572 14
24 Duke (10-3) .1134 20

BCS

No. 1 Florida State handled business against a feisty Duke team in the ACC Championship. The Seminoles' critical win over the No. 24 Blue Devils punched their ticket to Pasadena to contest for the national championship. 

No. 2 Auburn will be the challenger after their thrilling 59-42 win over No. 8 Missouri in the SEC Championship. 

Ohio State blew their shot at landing in the BCS Championship game as the No. 7 Buckeyes fell to No. 4 Michigan State in the Big Ten title game 34-24. It was Urban Meyer's first career loss as head coach of the Buckeyes.

No. 3 Alabama moved up the rankings despite not having a scheduled game in Week 15. The Crimson Tide had their hopes of making the SEC Championship and a third-straight national title game dashed when Auburn upset them in the Iron Bowl.

The Bedlam Series was once again a great one, with No. 11 Oklahoma coming out on top over their bitter Big 12 rival No. 13 Oklahoma State by a score of 33-24 in a wild finsh.

No. 6 Baylor will be heading to their first ever BCS bowl game after their 30-10 win over Texas.

No. 5 Stanford took care of business against Arizona State 38-14, and will now meet Michigan State in the Rose Bowl.

With Army vs. Navy on Dec. 14 serving as the only regular-season game left on tap, it’s time to say goodbye to the 2013 college football season. It is a bittersweet ending, as we can now say hello to bowl season now that we have the latest BCS rankings in hand.

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