Oklahoma State reaps huge benefits from their victory over Texas on the weekend, coming in at No. 1 in four of the six BCS computers, while BCS No. 1 LSU takes just one computer poll, Billingsley’s.
Alabama, ever so slightly behind LSU for the No. 1 spot in the BCS standings, takes Sagarin’s computer, and fares well across the board, but not nearly as well as the Cowboys.
Here are the rankings of the six BCS computers:
Six BCS Computer Standings – BCS Week One (October 16th)
|1||Oklahoma State||LSU||Oklahoma State||Oklahoma State||Alabama||Oklahoma State|
|4||Oklahoma||Oklahoma State||LSU||Oklahoma||Oklahoma State||Clemson|
|5||Clemson||Boise State||Boise State||LSU||Oklahoma||Oklahoma|
|6||Boise State||Clemson||Clemson||Kansas State||Wisconsin||Boise State|
And what the aggregate BCS computer rankings were:
BCS Computer Rankings Aggregate – BCS Week One (October 16th)
|Rank||Team||Share of Vote|
|1||Oklahoma State Cowboys||.970|
|2||Alabama Crimson Tide||.950|
|6||Boise State Broncos||.800|
|7||Kansas State Wildcats||.740|
|10||Virginia Tech Hokies||.610|