2010 BCS standings were revealed live here on Oct. 17. The 2010 BCS standings were announced on ESPN Sunday night, but for those who weren’t able to catch it on television, we revealed all of the top teams here. Below is the live blog as we revealed it to our readers, showcasing where all of the teams will be ranked in the most important college football rankings of the season.
You can skip ahead by clicking here: First 2010 BCS Standings.
The beginning of the BCS standings revelation will be at 5:15 p.m. PT (8:15 p.m. ET), but they haven’t really announced at what point during the 90 minute show they will give us the BCS rankings. As soon as they do though, we will pass those on to you.
There are quite a few teams that could potentially be No. 1 in the BCS rankings, and it also means that things could shift from week-to-week until we know the two teams that will play in the next college football national championship game. With so many undefeated teams left in the big conferences, there is a lot that still has to settled before the full BCS standings are fleshed out. Until that point though, we will only really know who the favorites are early on, according to the three voting sources.
We are going to learn the week one outlook on Sunday night, and we now have the second-third of what will comprise the first BCS standings. They figure it out by combining the Coaches Poll (1/3), the Harris Poll (1/3), and six weighted computers (1/3) to come up with the weekly BCS standings. The newest polls are all linked below if you want to take a look.
Until we learn the first 2010 BCS rankings, feel free to look at some of the earlier rankings that came out for week 8 of the college football season.
Live BCS Rankings Presentation
5:15 p.m. PT — The show has begun, but with obvious filler about what has taken place in the college football season up to this point.
They have started revealing the first 2010 BCS rankings in reverse order:
First 2010 BCS Standings
3. Boise State
7. Michigan State
8. University of Alabama
10. Ohio State
11. University of Missouri
14. Oklahoma State
17. Florida State
20. West Virginia
21. South Carolina
22. Kansas State
24. Mississippi State
25. Virginia Tech
Live ESPN Presentation.