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BCS Standings 2010: Auburn and Oregon 1 & 2

by Reno Gold on Monday, December 6th, 2010

BCS Standings 2010 – Auburn and Oregon 1 & 2: The final Bowl Championship Series standings were released on Sunday, and to no ones surprise, the Auburn Tigers and Oregon Ducks finished the regular college football season ranked 1-and-2. Auburn went undefeated (12-0) through its Southeast Conference schedule and won the SEC Championship game to finish 13-0. Oregon, who led the standings at No. 1 for most of the season, finished their 2010 campaign by going 12-0 and winning the Pac-10 Conference Football Championship. Auburn and Oregon will compete in the BCS Championship Game at Glendale, Ariz., on Jan. 10, 2011.

BCS Standings 2010: Auburn and Oregon 1 & 2TCU never got the break it needed to move into the championship game and finished third in the BCS with an undefeated 12-0 record. TCU, a non-automatic-qualifier in the BCS system, accepted a bid to play in the Rose Bowl as a reward for its great year.

The BCS has ranked the Stanford Cardinal at No. 4, a team that finished the season at 11-1, with its only loss to No. 1 Oregon. The Cardinal has accepted a bid to play the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3, 2011 in Miami.

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 Wisconsin (11-1) finishes the regular season ranked No. 5, and will be TCU's Rose Bowl opponent. The Badgers ended their season as tri-champs of the BIG TEN Conference along with Ohio State and Michigan State. Ohio State is ranked No. 6 in this weeks BCS Standings followed by 7 Oklahoma, 8 Arkansas, 9 Michigan State and 10 LSU.

Boise State ended the regular season by pounding Utah State in its home finale on Saturday. The Broncos are ranked No. 11 and will face No. 19 Utah in the Maaco Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 22. The Broncos are followed by No. 12 Missouri, 13 Virginia Tech, 14 Oklahoma State and 15 Nevada.

Last years BCS Champion, Alabama, ends this season at No. 16 and will play No. 9 Michigan State in the Capital-One Bowl in Orlando on New Years Day. The Texas A&M Aggies are No. 17, and Cotton Bowl bound after finishing in a three way tie atop the BIG 12 South Standings with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The Aggies Cotton Bowl opponent will be No. 10 LSU. Nebraska, Utah and South Carolina round out the top-20.

Mississippi State comes in at No. 21 in the BCS followed by 22 West Virginia, 23 Florida State, 24 Hawaii and 25 Central Florida.

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