Bookmaker – Oregon and Auburn 1-2 in BCS Standings

The Oregon Ducks are now the top team in the BCS standings and they are the favorite at the bookmaker to make the BCS title game.

Auburn has fallen to number two in the BCS standings and they have the tougher schedule remaining against football odds at the online bookmaker as they still have to face Alabama.  TCU has jumped over Boise State into third while Utah is fifth.

BCS Standings
1. Oregon
2. Auburn
3. TCU
4. Boise State
5. Utah
6. Alabama
7. Nebraska
8. Oklahoma
9. Wisconsin
10. LSU
11. Ohio State
12. Missouri
13. Stanford
14. Michigan State
15. Arizona
16. Iowa
17. Oklahoma State
18. Arkansas
19. South Carolina
20. Mississippi State
21. Baylor
22. Virginia Tech
23. Nevada
24. Florida State
25. North Carolina State

Oregon is now number one in the BCS standings and in the AP poll. They are the team to beat right now. They are in good shape to make the BCS title game. The Ducks have four games remaining. They host Washington this week in what should be a blowout against the odds at the online bookmaker. They go to California in two weeks and while that could be tricky, they should win.  They host Arizona in three weeks and although Arizona is good, they should not win on the road against the bookmaker odds. The last game at Oregon State is the one that could be interesting but the Beavers are not as good as they were a year ago.

Alabama in Good Position
The Crimson Tide is the highest team in the BCS standings with one loss. They are up to #6 and they have a very good chance to make the BCS title game again. Sorry Boise State. The Crimson Tide still plays Auburn and if they win that game vs. the odds at the bookmaker they would also play an SEC title game. If Alabama runs the table they will likely jump over Boise State and end up playing Oregon in the title game if Oregon remains perfect. The one team that could throw a wrench into Alabama’s plans is TCU as if they beat Utah they might have enough of a lead in the BCS standings to hold off a one-loss Alabama team.