BCS Rankings 2013: Biggest winners and losers

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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

The first installment of the BCS rankings for 2013 were officially released on Sunday evening now that we’ve completed the required eight weeks of the season, and there were definitely some eye-opening reveals, as well as some things that we need to put into perspective.

As is usually the case, there were some teams whose specific placement in the standings was a bit shocking, in addition to some teams who we need would be exactly where they ended up (looking at you, Alabama).

So now, let’s put some of that into perspective as we take a look at some of the biggest winners and losers of these initial rankings for this season, and see what some teams need to do to keep their position in good standing with those lovely computers.

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Topics: BCS Rankings, Clemson Tigers, College Football, Florida State Seminoles, Football, Louisville Cardinals, Ohio State Buckeyes, Stanford Cardinal, Texas A&M Aggies

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  • cigs645

    Noles looked scary good.when you demolish 51-14 the no. 3 team in country at their place you’ve demolished the no 3 team in the country 51-14 at their place.

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