clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

BCS Rankings, Week 14: UCLA Looks To Knock Off No. 9 Oregon In Pac-12 Championship Game

The UCLA Bruins have no vested interest in the BCS rankings at this point. They have never been in the top 25 this season and have lost almost every relevant game they've played, usually in embarrassing fashion.

Still, UCLA can play spoiler for the conference when they face the Oregon Ducks. Oregon is ranked ninth in the latest BCS standings, although they care about as much about their position as UCLA. All that matters for both these teams is their game on Friday night, i.e. the 2011 Pac-12 Championship. Win and you're in, into the Rose Bowl.

The Stanford Cardinal don't care much about what happens in the Pac-12 title game. They're currently situated fourth in the standings, and if they stay there, they will go to the BCS in an automatic bid regardless.

To discuss the BCS rankings, click here. Here's the short list of the standings below.

1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Oklahoma State
4. Stanford
5. Virginia Tech
6. Houston
7. Boise State
8. Arkansas
9. Oregon
10. Oklahoma
11. Kansas State
12. South Carolina
13. Michigan State
14. Georgia
15. Wisconsin
16. Michigan
17. Baylor
18. TCU
19. Nebraska
20. Clemson
21. Penn State
22. Texas
23. West Virginia
24. Southern Miss
25. Missouri

To discuss UCLA football, head to Bruins Nation. To discuss Oregon football, go to Addicted to Quack.