OSU leapfrogs Bama and the Gators after the two SEC powerhouses beat up on I-AA teams. The Fightin’ Irish are still dominating at #1. Oregon and Kansas State, while not #1 and #2 here like the BCS, understandably fall a few spots.


1 – Notre Dame (11-0) (45.71875) (1)
2 – Ohio St. (11-0) (35.5703125) (4)
3 – Alabama (10-1) (35.35546875) (2)
4 – Florida (10-1) (34.48046875) (3)
5 – LSU (9-2) (32.2734375) (6)
6 – Stanford (9-2) (30.1966552734375) (10)
7 – Oregon (10-1) (30.0358276367188) (5)
8 – Georgia (10-1) (29.990234375) (8)
9 – Texas A&M (9-2) (28.771484375) (9)
10 – South Carolina (9-2) (27.115234375) (11)
11 – Kansas St. (10-1) (25.8411560058594) (7)
12 – Oregon St. (8-2) (25.4622802734375) (12)
13 – Nebraska (9-2) (24.47314453125) (14)
14 – Oklahoma (8-2) (22.6080780029297) (15)
15 – UCLA (9-2) (22.1201171875) (18)
16 – Clemson (10-1) (22.061767578125) (17)
17 – Mississippi St. (8-3) (22.00732421875) (19)
18 – Texas (8-2) (21.9655151367188) (16)
19 – Arizona (7-4) (21.56787109375) (20)
20 – Michigan (8-3) (20.875732421875) (21)
21 – Rutgers (9-1) (20.3251953125) (23)
22 – Iowa St. (6-5) (18.6497802734375) (NR)
23 – Washington (7-4) (18.362060546875) (25)
24 – San Jose St. (9-2) (17.276123046875) (NR)
25 – Louisiana Tech (9-2) (16.777099609375) (13)
dropped out: Texas Tech, Southern California