Alabama’s victory over LSU gives it the strength it needed to rise to the No. 1 spot in the BCS computer aggregate, as the Crimson Tide now claim ownership of the top spot among all three BCS components.
Notre Dame slips slightly to No. 2 in the computers, while Kansas State is down to No. 3. The key development is, of course, Oregon’s non-movement after a victory over USC. But the Ducks do make up some of the distance that had separated themselves and Kansas State, as the Ducks are now just .09 behind the Wildcats.
Here are the rankings of the six BCS computers:
Six BCS Computer Standings – BCS Week Four (November 4)
|1||Notre Dame||Alabama||Notre Dame||Alabama||Alabama||Alabama|
|2||Kansas St.||Kansas St.||Alabama||Notre Dame||Kansas St.||Notre Dame|
|3||Alabama||Notre Dame||Kansas St.||Kansas St.||Notre Dame||Kansas St.|
And the aggregate BCS computer rankings:
BCS Computer Rankings Aggregate – BCS Week Four (November 4)
|Rank||Team||Share of Vote|
|1||Alabama Crimson Tide||.990|
|2||Notre Dame Fighting Irish||.960|
|3||Kansas State Wildcats||.940|
|8||South Carolina Gamecocks||.690|
|8||Oregon State Beavers||.690|
|11||Texas A&M Aggies||.560|