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FSU Drops a Spot in the BCS, Now 10th


After reaching 9th last week, Florida State slid in the BCS rankings on Sunday night. The Seminoles moved up a spot in both voter polls, the Harris and the Coaches, where they are ranked sixth. But thanks to their computer average Florida State sunk a spot in the most recent round of rankings.

Alabama is first, Kansas State second and Oregon third. Notre Dame and Georgia round out the top five.

Clemson is currently ranked 13th, but as I mentioned the rest of the ACC is so mediocre that neither school is going to get any help from the computers until they play their SEC rivals the last game of the year. Florida State was idle over the weekend and will square off with 4-5 Virginia Tech on Thursday. That's not going to help to computer rankings either.

Even a two loss SEC school could go ahead of Florida State, as is evidenced by LSU and South Carolina. It's possible FSU could even beat Florida and not pass them in the rankings...

Here's the top ten:

10.) Florida State

9.) Louisville

8.) South Carolina

7.) LSU

6.) Florida

5.) Georgia

4.) Notre Dame

3.) Oregon

2.) Kansas State

1.) Alabama





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