Alabama has topped the first BCS standings of the 2013 season.

The undefeated Crimson Tide is No.1, followed by Florida State, Oregon, Ohio State, and SEC East leader Missouri. Stanford, Miami, Baylor, Clemson and Texas Tech round out the Top 10.

Auburn is No.11, LSU is No.13, Texas A&M is No.16, South Carolina is 21.

Interestingly, Alabama only ranked top in two of the five computer rankings, while Florida State ranked No.1 in 4.

The whole BCS standings chart is here.

Here’s your BCS Top 10.

1 Alabama

2 Florida State

3 Oregon

4 Ohio State

5 Missouri

6 Stanford

7 Miami

8 Baylor

9 Clemson

10 Texas Tech

BOTTOM LINE: If all the top three sides stay unbeaten, we think Oregon is going to leapfrog Florida State for second place. And here’s why: Florida State plays a No.10 Miami side which is good but not great, while Oregon plays UCLA, Stanford and Oregon State. 


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