The Oregon Ducks can still try to move up if they win their final games of the season, while Oregon St. can look to play spoiler and try to line up a spot in the Rose Bowl.
The Oregon Ducks are once again being punished in the BCS Rankings despite obliterating their competition, staying at No. 4 in the latest rankings while the Notre Dame Fighting Irish leapfrogged them from the No. 5 spot into the No. 3 hole behind only the No. 2 Kansas St. Wildcats and No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide.
The Ducks are No. 2 in both the Coaches and the Harris polls but is No. 5 in the computer rankings which is currently keeping them out of the national championship game.
Meanwhile, the Oregon St. Beavers dropped to No. 11 after being upset by the Washington Huskies. The Beavers and Ducks still have a chance to move up in the rankings when they play each other later in the season. The Ducks will need wins over the Stanford Cardinal, USC Trojans and the Beavers to try to improve their computer ranking and move into the national championship game picture.
Oregon is 8-0 overall, 5-0 in the Pac-12 and have not scored less than 42 points in a game this season.
The full BCS Top 25 heading into Week 10, via ESPN:
Fun facts, via the National Football Foundation:
• First-time school(s) in the BCS Standings: Louisiana Tech. A total of 86 schools have appeared in the BCS Standings since they were created in 1998.
• Schools debuting in 2012 BCS Standings: No. 20 Nebraska, No. 22 Arizona, No. 24 Oklahoma, No. 25 Louisiana Tech.
• Dropped out of BCS Standings: No. 15 Rutgers, No. 22 Michigan, No. 24 Ohio, No. 25 Wisconsin.
• This week marks the first time in the history of the BCS Standings that five teams from the same conference have been ranked in the top 10: SEC - No. 1 Alabama, No. 5 LSU, No. 6 Georgia, No. 7 Florida, No. 8 South Carolina. The conference also extends its streak of having at least one team in the No. 1 or No. 2 position in 35 of the last 36 BCS Standings, dating back to Dec. 2, 2007.
• Kansas State has reached its highest-ever ranking at No. 2. The previous high was No. 3 for five consecutive weeks from Nov. 9 through Dec. 6, 1998 and last week's ranking on October 21, 2012.
• Notre Dame ties its highest-ever ranking at No. 3 (2002). The Fighting Irish have been in the top five for three consecutive weeks, the first time that has happened in the BCS era.
• Louisville has cracked the top 10 of the BCS Standings for the first time since Dec. 3, 2006. The Cards' position at No. 10 marks the first time a Big East team has been in the top 10 since Cincinnati (No. 3) in 2009.
• Five schools moved up four or more positions from last week's Standings: Louisville (16 to 10), Clemson (18 to 13), South Carolina (13 to 8), Georgia (10 to 6) and Texas A&M (20 to 16).
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