How will the Wisconsin-Michigan State game impact the BCS rankings?
So far this season, we've been waiting for that major upset to really shakeup the polls, but up until now, it hasn't materialized.
Of the ten teams that started the season in the Top 10, seven are still remaining.
It seems that for the most part, the season has gone pretty much according to plan with a few minor surprises along the way.
Now is the time when the top teams in college football will begin the process of pulling away from the rest of the pack, and we’ll finally get to separate the contenders from the pretenders over the coming weeks.
As we begin this eighth Saturday of the season, there are still 10 undefeated teams left in college football, eight of which that are ranked in the Top 10 of the current BCS standings.
Is the weekend we finally see that one big upset?
There are definitely a few Top 25 teams that have to be on wary, and don’t be shocked if you see one or two unbeaten teams bite the dust today.
Top 10 Teams like Oklahoma State, Wisconsin and Clemson can't afford a sleepwalk performance today.
Here’s a look at how I think the Week 9 BCS rankings will look before the start of Saturday’s games get underway, but these ranking are based on if everything goes according to plan and there aren't any major upsets.
Since there are a few possible surprises looming, check back tomorrow morning for my official projections after today’s action has concluded.
1. LSU Tigers
2. Alabama Crimson Tide
3. Oklahoma Sooners
4. Oklahoma State Cowoys
5. Wisconsin Badgers
6. Boise State Broncos
7. Clemson Tigers
8. Stanford Cardinal
9. Arkansas Razorbacks
10. Oregon Ducks
11. Kansas State Wildcats
12. Virginia Tech Hokies
13. Nebraska Cornhuskers
14. South Carolina Gamecocks
15. Texas A&M Aggies
16. Penn State Nittany Lions
17. Michigan State Spartans
18. Michigan Wolverines
19. Houston Cougars
20. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
21. Illinois Fighting Illini
22. Texas Longhorns
23. Georgia Bulldogs
24. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
25. Arizona State Sun Devils