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BCS standings Week 13

November 29, 2009 |  6:48 pm

Bcslogo Using the latest Bowl Championship Series standings as the indication, college football appears to be staggering toward …a very predictable conclusion.

The order of this week’s top six teams remained the same, and they’re all undefeated.

Florida, Alabama and Texas remained in the top three slots, meaning it continues to come down to this: the winner of the Florida-Alabama game in Saturday’s Southeastern Conference championship game will play Texas if the Longhorns defeat Nebraska in the Big 12 Conference title game.

Florida leads with a BCS average of .9868, followed by Alabama at .9513 and Texas at .9282. Texas Christian is fourth, followed by Cincinnati and Boise State.

A Texas loss in the Big 12 title game opens the door for TCU, or Cincinnati, to jump into the BCS championship game at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 7.

Rounding out the BCS top 10 is Oregon at No.7, followed by Ohio State, Iowa and Georgia Tech.

The Pacific 10 Conference boasts five schools in the BCS top 25. Oregon is joined by Oregon State (16), USC (18), California (19) and Stanford (25).

The final BCS standings will be released next Sunday

-- Chris Dufresne