After a chaotic weekend that saw four top-10 teams lose, Virginia Tech finds itself as high in the BCS rankings as it has been in four years. The Hokies (10-1, 6-1 ACC), who beat North Carolina 24-21 last Thursday, moved up three spots to No. 5 the latest BCS standings, jumping Oregon, Oklahoma and Clemson, all of which lost during a wild weekend of upsets. It's the highest Virginia Tech has been ranked in the BCS standings since finishing the 2007 regular season No. 3 behind Ohio State and LSU, who played for the national championship.