BCS Standings released following Week 10: FSU jumps Oregon

Updated BCS Standings have been released following Week 10 of the 2013 college football season. The new rankings feature one pretty substantial switch.

Following a 41-14 blowout of Miami, the Florida State Seminoles have jumped Oregon and now sit at No. 2 in the poll. The Ducks were off, but have a chance to make their case for the top two on Thursday of Week 11. They take on Stanford in a nationally televised battle of Pac-12 powers.

Alabama remains atop the poll and is a shoe-in to the title game if it wins out.

Oklahoma and Auburn are in the top 10. Fresno State, currently undefeated, is ranked at No. 16. If the Bulldogs remain ranked 16 or higher, they will earn an automatic BCS at-large berth. They also have to finish ahead of the AAC champion in the rankings.

25. Texas Tech (Last Week, 15)
24. Wisconsin (24)
23. Notre Dame (25)
22. Arizona State (NR)
21. UCF (23)
20. Louisville (19)
19. UCLA (20)
18. Northern Illinois (17)
17. Michigan State (22)
16. Fresno State (16)
15. Texas A&M (12)
14. Oklahoma State (18)
13. LSU (13)
12. South Carolina (14)
11. Miami (FL) (7)
10. Oklahoma (10)
9. Auburn (11)
8. Missouri (9)
7. Clemson (8)
6. Baylor (6)
5. Stanford (5)
4. Ohio State (4)
3. Oregon (2)
2. Florida State (3)
1. Alabama (1)