NEW YORK — A day after some stunning upsets in NCAA College Football fixtures, the BCS Top 25 rankings makes its season debut on Sunday.
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Leading up to Saturday’s games, many had predicted that nothing crazy would have been seen in the BCS standing, but when six of the top 11 teams fell, the headlines began to change.
It is highly expected that the likes of AP’s No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Oregon will lead the traveling pack, while No. 3 and No. 4 Ohio State are also set to sit high in the BCS standing come Sunday night.
However, it’s what happens behind that pack that is serving up all the interest.
Lots of eyes will be on the impressive Missouri, Baylor and Texas Tech who made big jumps in the AP poll released on Sunday, but have they done enough to fire themselves in BCS Championship contentions.
Where will Clemson, Auburn, LSU, Texas A&M, South Carolina and even Stanford be.