Week 8 of the college football season brought all the wild games and crazy upsets that we have come to know and love.
Major upsets like Oklahoma's crushing home loss to Texas Tech and the wild and controversial manner in which Michigan State took down the Wisconsin Badgers, means a shake up at the top of the BCS polls.
The BCS No. 15, West Virginia, were also upset on Friday night by the Syracuse Orange and Washington and Auburn, who were ranked in the BCS Top 25, will most likely lose their spots because they were also blown out by better teams. Georgia Tech lost to Virginia and Illinois was also upset by Purdue, meaning both will likely fall out of the BCS rankings.
Notre Dame and Rutgers were teams on the precipice of the rankings, but they disappointed in their losses over the weekend.
All of that equals a BCS shakeup, but who will take advantage?
With the human polls making up a large part of the BCS these days, the "eye-test" is certainly a large part of the equation and a number of teams in the BCS Top 10 impressed with their victories on Saturday afternoon.
Andrew Luck showed why he was every bit the quarterback as his BCS No. 8 Stanford Cardinal blew past Pac-12 opponent Washington 65-21. During the game, Luck tossed two more touchdowns while completing an impressive 16-21 passes.
Other teams could have taken advantage like Boise State, who came into the week ranked BCS No. 5 and struggled with Air Force, with just an 11-point margin of victory.
Who is the best team in college football?
BCS No. 7 Clemson looked strong, using its dynamic offense to dismantle North Carolina 59-38, while BCS No. 5 OK State continued its strong play with an impressive road win over Missouri 45-24.
LSU and Alabama did nothing to disappoint and should hold on to their top two spots after impressive wins on Saturday.
Here is what the BCS Top 25 should look like:
3. OK State
5. Boise State
8. Kansas State
11. Michigan State
15. South Carolina
16. Texas A&M
18. Penn State
22. Arizona State
25. West Virginia