The BCS rankings will be unveiled at long last Sunday evening to bring a close to a bizarre Week 7 in college football.
Wisconsin raced to a 21-0 lead and used a key scoring drive late to finish off No. 1 Ohio State in an upset that wasn't the biggest surprise of the weekend.
Elsewhere, South Carolina's meltdown and questionable strategy cost Steve Spurrier a shot to be in the top of the BCS. Nebraska's Taylor Martinez didn't get much help from his receivers before being pulled in the second half as the Huskers suffered a difficult home loss to Texas.
Another big story was how teams near the bottom of the rankings fared.
Oregon State fell to Washington in double overtime late Saturday night, and Air Force, Florida and Nevada all lost close games.
With the official rankings still hours away, here's a look at how the first BCS rankings of 2010 might shape up.