Auburn moves up to No. 6 in the BCS standings
by Taylor Jones / SPORTS WRITER
Nov 17, 2013 | 3390 views | 0 0 comments | 53 53 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Nick Marshall scoring a touchdown against Georgia Saturday, Nov. 17. (Jenna Burgess / ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR)
Nick Marshall scoring a touchdown against Georgia Saturday, Nov. 17. (Jenna Burgess / ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR)
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The Week 13 BCS Standings have Auburn moving up one spot to #6 after Stanford dropped to #9. Stanford dropped after losing to USC on the road.

Alabama remains atop the standings, with undefeated Florida State coming in at #2. Ohio State and Baylor follow at third and fourth, respectively. Both the Buckeyes and the Bears also have an undefeated record.

Alabama will almost assuredly go into the Iron Bowl undefeated, after their matchup with D1-FCS Chattanooga next week.

Florida State and Ohio State will also likely win next week, with the Seminoles facing Idaho and the Buckeyes taking on Indiana.

Baylor will face a test in Stillwater against the 10th ranked Oklahoma St. Cowboys next Saturday, in a game that will threaten the Bears perfect season.

Oregon is the only one-loss team ahead of Auburn in the BCS rankings. The sixth ranked Ducks will face the 6-4 Arizona Wildcats in Tuscon.

Auburn has a bye in week 14, and will face the #1 ranked Crimson Tide in Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday, November 30.

The AP Poll also has Auburn ranked at sixth, while the AP Coaches Poll has Auburn at seventh.



The BCS top ten is as follows:

1.Alabama (10-0)

2.Florida State (10-0)

3.Ohio State (10-0)

4.Baylor (9-0)

5.Oregon (9-1)

6.Auburn (10-1)

7.Clemson (9-1)

8.Missouri (9-1)

9.Stanford (8-2)

10. Oklahoma State (9-1)

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