BCS Computer Rankings – Week 13

This is a breakdown of the BCS Computer rankings for November 28 – Week 13 of the 2009 Season.

Sagarin’s Formula is way out of whack USC is no where near #10 in the country.

I am pretty sure Massey is anti- Big Ten, and he must have graduated from Oregon State, because they shouldn’t be on there.

Colley, Billingsley, wolfe, and Anderson/Seattle Times seem to be the most correct. Although I don’t think any 3 loss team should be in the top ten (LSU via Wolfe).

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BCS Rankings are made up of three different components:

1. Harris Interactive Poll

2. Coaches Poll

3. Computer Rankings – Which consists of the following:

Peter Wolfe
Wes Colley
Sagarin
Anderson/Hester Seattle Times
Richard Billingsley
Kenneth Massey

A team’s highest and lowest computer ranking will be discarded from figuring a team’s computer poll average. Points will be assigned in inverse order of ranking from 1-25. The four remaining computer scores will be averaged and the total will be calculated as a percentage of 100.

These are all added together and an average for a team’s ranking in the BCS standings. The team with the highest average will rank first in the BCS standings.

Take a look at the 6 Computer rankings that are out there to get an idea of the National Title picture. Computers never lie right?

Colley
1. Alabama
2. Florida
3. Texas
4. Cincinnati
5. TCU
6. Boise State
7. Oregon
8. Ohio State
9. Georgia Tech
10. Iowa
Sagarin
1. Florida
2.Alabama
3.Cincinnati
4. TCU
5. Texas
6. Boise State
7. Oregon
8. LSU
9. Georgia Tech
10. USC
Billingsley
1. Alabama
2. Florida
3. Texas
4. TCU
5. Boise State
6. Cincinnati
7. Oregon
8. Ohio State
9. Iowa
10. Penn State
Massey
1. Alabama
2. Florida
3. Cincinnati
4. TCU
5. Texas
6. Boise State
7. Oregon
8. LSU
9. Georgia Tech
10. Oregon St
Seattle Times
1. Florida
2. Alabama
3. Texas
4. Cincinnati
5. TCU
6. Boise State
7. Oregon
8. Iowa
9. Ohio State
10. Georgia Tech
Wolfe
1. Florida
2. Alabama
3. Cincinnati
4. Texas
5. TCU
6. Boise State
7. Oregon
8. LSU
9. Georgia Tech
10. Iowa

National Title Possibilities:

Alabama/Florida vs Cincinnati or Texas