Jan. 3, 2013; Glendale, AZ, USA: Detailed view of a BCS logo during the game between the Oregon Ducks against the Kansas State Wildcats during the 2013 Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium. Oregon defeated Kansas State 35-17. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

BCS rankings 2013: Simulated standings after Week 2

We are two weeks in to the 2013 college football season, but we will still need to wait to see the official BCS standings. However, that hasn’t stopped simulations from plugging the information in to their computers to see how the rankings could play out.

As you would imagine, the Alabama Crimson Tide top the standings and they would face off against the Oregon Ducks if everything came to an end today.

Knocking on the door is the Stanford Cardinal and Clemson Tigers, but Texas A&M is also in the mix and could receive a serious boost in the rankings if they are able to repeat last year’s success against Alabama.

Is your team near the top of the simulated BCS rankings?

Here are the simulated BCS standings following Week 2 of the college football season, via BCS Know How:

Rank Team BCS Score
1 Alabama Crimson Tide .9887
2 Oregon Ducks .9167
3 Stanford Cardinal .8745
4 Clemson Tigers .7949
5 Texas A&M Aggies .7722
6 Ohio State Buckeyes .7311
7 LSU Tigers .7261
8 Georgia Bulldogs .7253
9 Florida State Seminoles .6572
10 Louisville Cardinals .6111
11 South Carolina Gamecocks .5715
12 Michigan Wolverines .5609
13 Oklahoma State Cowboys .5582
14 Oklahoma Sooners .5443
15 Northwestern Wildcats .2999
16 Baylor Bears .2983

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