BCS Standing 2011: Auburn Tigers and More 2-Loss Teams Sure to Create BCS Buzz

Kyle SkovCorrespondent IIOctober 15, 2011

COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 01:  John Sullen #71 of the Auburn Tigers against the South Carolina Gamecocks during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on October 1, 2011 in Columbia, South Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Auburn is the reigning National Champions yet they find themselves sitting on two losses for the season.

This is something that many would not have expected from Auburn or any of the other big programs that currently have two losses.

Here are 3 teams that are creating a buzz for their 2-loss records.


Auburn may be the reigning national champions but they lost their most athletic and best player to the NFL draft.

Yes, we are going to talk a bit about Cam Newton now—sorry if you are tired of hearing about him.

Most critics did not feel that Cam Newton’s loss was going to impact an Auburn team who had Barrett Trotter to take over.

Auburn has looked really good at times this season and this is why they have held onto a ranking this season.


Auburn’s opponent this week, Florida, lost their ranking after losing to number one ranked LSU last weekend and Alabama the week before that.

Florida sits on two losses just like Auburn and have looked pretty good for the majority of the season until the last two weeks.

Now the Gators have no rank but should be able to vault themselves back into the top 25 if they beat Auburn.

Texas A&M

Many feel that Texas A&M are not deserving of their ranking. This criticism will be put to rest if they put up a win against Baylor.

Baylor is a strong squad and a win against them is the perfect statement for Texas A&M.

A&M have one of the best offenses in the nation and it will be on display for everyone to see this weekend and the buzz around them will change to positive.