Online sports betting had Boise State dropping the BCS standings this week.
In fact, the Broncos dropped below TCU which is huge because if both TCU and Boise State go unbeaten, only one of them is going to get a BCS bowl berth. Sportsbetting had Florida, Alabama and Texas remaining in the top three spots in the BCS standings.
Online sports betting had Iowa moving up to #4 in the BCS standings while USC is #5. The national championship game still looks like a sportsbetting matchup between the winner of the Florida and Alabama versus Texas. That is providing that the Longhorns remain unbeaten. Texas gets their toughest remaining test in online sports betting this week as they travel to face Oklahoma State.
Sportsbetting has the teams that could spoil the party in the BCS standings if something happens to Texas as Iowa who moved up to #4 and USC which moved to #5. Iowa still has to play at Ohio State in online sports betting so they may not remain unbeaten while USC has their toughest game of the season this week at Oregon where they are a 3.5 point favorite in sportsbetting. TCU is now sixth in the BCS standings as online sports betting has it while Boise State is 7th. Online sports betting indicated that Cincinnati is at #8 while LSU and Oregon round out the Top 10.
Much of the online sports betting attention with the standings this week surround TCU and Boise State. Only one team from a conference that doesn’t get an automatic bid can qualify so either Boise State or TCU would be left out as online sports betting indicates if they both finish unbeaten. "We’ll see how the votes and the computers and all those people do that stuff and see how it turns out," TCU coach Gary Patterson said. Neither TCU nor Boise State has a tough remaining schedule as online sports betting had it, but the Horned Frogs do face Utah and they are a far better team than anyone remaining on Boise’s very weak schedule.
The second ten as online sports betting indicates for the BCS standings begins with Georgia Tech. Online sports betting indicated that they are followed by Penn State, Virginia Tech, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh, Utah, Ohio State, Houston, Miami of Florida, Arizona, West Virginia, South Carolina, Notre Dame, California and Mississippi.