The last time a team won the National Title starting ranked No. 10 in the BCS Standings was in 2008, when the Florida Gators, led by Tim Tebow, shot up the standings to defeat the Ohio State University.
Since then, it's been a smattering of teams who started around the top of the BCS standings, like Oregon last year, who started at No. 2 and stayed there, or like Auburn, who started out in the BCS standings last year at No. 4, only to finish the regular season at No. 1.
Point is, anything can happen from now until the end of the college football regular season.
Teams get upset every week, and these BCS standings are capable of being moved around like a card dealer on the streets playing "Find the Queen."
Now, we aren't saying that No. 10 Oregon has a better shot to play in the BCS Title game over No. 1 LSU.
We are just going to point out how each team can make it to the Superdome in New Orleans on January 9th.