BCS Rankings, Week 13: Oregon, Stanford Projected To Stay No. 1 & No. 6

The latest college football polls are out, and the BCS standings will follow later today. The Pac-10 conference is projected to still have two teams in the top six, as it attempts to have two teams in BCS bowls for the first time in eight seasons. The Oregon Ducks are expected to remain at the top of the BCS standings, while the Stanford Cardinal are expected to stay at number six.

Here is the projected BCS top 15, by the SB Nation blog BCS Evolution:

  1. Oregon Ducks
  2. Auburn Tigers
  3. TCU Horned Frogs
  4. Boise St Broncos
  5. LSU Tigers
  6. Stanford Cardinal
  7. Ohio St Buckeyes
  8. Wisconsin Badgers
  9. Oklahoma St Cowboys
  10. Alabama Crimson Tide
  11. Arkansas Razorbacks
  12. Michigan St Spartans
  13. Oklahoma Sooners
  14. Missouri Tigers
  15. Virginia Tech Hokies

Stanford drubbed Cal, 48-14 on Saturday, and although it is likely to remain sixth, the six through eight spots are expected to be bunched up. The Cardinal will likely fight with LSU and one of Ohio State or Wisconsin for two at-large berths in BCS bowls.

Stanford is ranked seventh in the AP poll, and is ranked eighth in the USA Today coaches poll. This week's Harris Interactive poll has yet to be released. The actual BCS standings will be revealed just after 5 p.m. PST tonight on ESPN.

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