LSU joins Oklahoma State at the top of the BCS computers this week, prospering as a result of a 9-6 victory over Alabama.
Alabama doesn’t fall far in the computers, either, as the Tide remain at the No. 3 spot in the aggregate, although at a lower total score.
The biggest jump of the week belongs to Oregon, who now enjoys a .720 computer aggregate as compared to their .490 just last week.
Here are the rankings of the six BCS computers:
Six BCS Computer Standings – BCS Week Four (November 6)
|1||Oklahoma St.||LSU||Oklahoma St.||Oklahoma St.||LSU||LSU|
|2||LSU||Oklahoma St.||LSU||LSU||Oklahoma St.||Oklahoma St.|
|5||Stanford||Boise St.||Boise St.||Arkansas||Boise St.||Oklahoma|
And what the aggregate BCS computer rankings were:
BCS Computer Rankings Aggregate – BCS Week Four (November 6)
|Rank||Team||Share of Vote|
|1t||Oklahoma State Cowboys||.980|
|3||Alabama Crimson Tide||.900|
|4t||Boise State Broncos||.850|
|10||Kansas State Wildcats||.620|
|12||South Carolina Gamecocks||.550|