When it comes to the BCS rankings, college football teams don't even necessarily have to lose games in order to see their placement in the standings sag. Most of the focus rests on the top five teams in the BCS standings, and deservedly so, as those teams engage in the highest-profile bowl games across the nation.
But the standings can shift on a dime depending on what unfolds in a given week, and the Week 12 action should be no exception to the usual upheaval in the BCS.
Which 10 teams can expect their positioning to drop in the BCS standings? How will the top 25 shake out once the Week 13 rankings are released? Here we'll discuss 10 teams who could take a dip in the standings and some reasons why.