All the hand-wringing over who's No. 2 is premature, especially if USC's grip on No. 1 keeps slipping.
If USC, OU, Auburn and Wisconsin all finish without a loss, the pollsters will face their toughest ballot since 1997.
We know upsets happen, so we crunched the numbers to see which unbeatens are likely to stay that way.
The BCS shadow hierarchy must be conspiring against Utah. How else do you explain the initial rankings?
Arizona State's Andrew Walter is still seen as a "third party" candidate in the conversation about Pac-10 QBs.
These Cal Bears don't resemble one-upset wonders and are a lot better than last year's edition.