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2011 BCS Rankings: First BCS Poll Released

It is no surprise that the SEC is at the top of the initial BCS rankings. The conference has won the last five BCS titles and the LSU Tigers defeated four ranked teams to start the season, including perhaps the best team in the country with one loss in Oregon.

2011 BCS Rankings: First BCS Poll Released

It is no surprise that the SEC is at the top of the initial BCS rankings. The conference has won the last five BCS titles and the LSU Tigers defeated four ranked teams to start the season, including perhaps the best team in the country with one loss in Oregon. That’s why the Tigers sit at the top of the initial BCS rankings.

Alambama, who won the BCS title two years ago, is number two and they will face off in early November with LSU for the SEC West title. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State lead a Big 12 contingent at the #3 and #4 spots, as that conference has three of the remaining 10 undefeated teams in college football.

Small conference darling Boise State sits fifth in the original rankings, surprisingly ahead of Wisconsin at #6. The Badgers have been convincing in all six of their victories so far, but only Nebraska has proven to be much of a challenge among Wisconsin’s opponents.

1 LSU
2 Alabama
3 Oklahoma
4 Oklahoma State
5 Boise State
6 Wisconsin
7 Clemson
8 Stanford
9 Arkansas
10 Oregon
11 Kansas State
12 Virginia Tech
13 Nebraska
14 South Carolina
15 West Virginia
16 Michigan State
17 Texas A&M
18 Michigan
19 Houston
20 Auburn
21 Penn State
22 Georgia Tech
23 Illinois
24 Texas
25 Washington
2011 BCS Rankings: First BCS Poll Released
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