Jan 3, 2013; Fort Lauderdale FL, USA; Detail view of the BCS logo during a press conference for the 2013 BCS National Championship game at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort

2013 BCS rankings released: Week 15


As sad as this realization is, this past Saturday was the final Saturday of the regular season in college football.

But, it surely did not disappoint.

We may have seen the greatest finish in the history of college football when Auburn’s Chris Davis returned a missed Alabama kick 100 yards with no time left on the clock to give the Tigers the win in the 2013 Iron Bowl. That win ended Alabama’s hopes for a three-peat, and sent Auburn to the SEC Title Game, where they’ll face off with the Missouri Tigers.

As far as the BCS goes, Alabama obviously will not be the number one team in the land any longer. That distinction now goes to the Florida State Seminoles, who now only have to get passed Duke this weekend in Charlotte to punch their ticket to Pasadena.

Ohio State mans the second spot, but how much of a stronghold do they have on it? Is there a chance that they can be jumped by a one-loss SEC team, be it Mizzou or Auburn?

Lets’ take a look as they Week 15 BCS standings have just been released:

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