BCS Rankings, Week 10: Stanford Projected To Rise Two Spots After Triple Overtime Win Over USC

The Stanford Cardinal were nearly upset on Saturday night by the USC Trojans, but pulled out a 56-48 triple overtime win at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. With that victory, the 16th straight for Stanford, could propel the Cardinal higher in the college football rankings on Sunday evening. Stanford was ranked sixth in the BCS standings last week. The latest BCS projections at SB Nation project Stanford to jump two spots:

  1. LSU Tigers
  2. Alabama Crimson Tide
  3. Oklahoma St. Cowboys
  4. Stanford Cardinal
  5. Boise St. Broncos
  6. Oklahoma Sooners
  7. Oregon Ducks
  8. Arkansas Razorbacks
  9. South Carolina Gamecocks
  10. Virginia Tech Hokies
  11. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  12. Houston Cougars
  13. Michigan Wolverines
  14. Kansas St. Wildcats
  15. Penn St. Nittany Lions

The Pac-12 is projected to have two teams in the top seven. Those two teams, Oregon and Stanford, will meet in Palo Alto on November 12 in a game that will likely decide the Pac-12 North Division winner. USC travels to Eugene to battle Oregon on November 19.

For more news and information on USC football, be sure to follow Conquest Chronicles.

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