Unfortunately, it seems as though Jeff Sagarin has not released a postseason set of rankings, however all five other computers have. As in years past, we will substitute the AP Poll for the Harris Poll as the Harris does not reveal a postseason rankings.
Sagarin’s delay has caused a delay on our end as well, but here’s a set of rankings anyways.
The same formula that the BCS uses will be utilized here, except we use all five computer rankings.
Mostly, this is just for fun, a good look at what the BCS standings would look like if they were released after the end of the season.
Not surprisingly, BCS national champions Auburn comes in on top, well ahead of the rest of the field. TCU finishes second in a fantastic showing for a non-AQ school.
Oregon drops to No. 3 following their BCS National Championship Game loss to the Tigers, and are followed closely by Pac-10 counterpart Stanford at No. 4.
Postseason BCS Rankings
|2||TCU Horned Frogs||.9444|
|5||Ohio State Buckeyes||.8304|
|8||Boise State Broncos||.7177|
|10||Alabama Crimson Tide||.6370|
|12||Oklahoma State Cowboys||.5921|
|14||Michigan State Spartans||.4941|
|15||Virginia Tech Hokies||.4045|
|16||Mississippi State Bulldogs||.3794|