Les Miles has his Tigers at No. 1 in the BCS standings, and his defense didn't disappoint in what was a hard fought struggle at Tuscaloosa. The Tigers win should ensure that LSU keeps its hold on the No. 1 BCS spot, but the rest of the weekend produced some interesting results.
With the human polls a large part of the equation in the current BCS formula, it is a little more difficult to predict how the rest of the BCS will shape out.
Will the pollsters continue to disrespect Boise for another lackluster first half in an unimpressive win over a 2-6 football team? Will voters be hesitant to put Stanford ahead of Alabama considering its first half struggle with Oregon State? Were voters impressed by Weeden and OK State's explosive offense?
How much will Alabama be penalized for losing a tough game to a great team?
This is how I believe the rankings will pan out: