Brad Edwards looks closer at which college programs are best at producing NFL talent. He leads with USC, which has five players who have started at least 12 games in the past two seasons.
With losses this weekend, LSU and Ohio State are likely out of the BCS title hunt. USC, even with one loss, will still need help, writes Brad Edwards.
History tells us that worrying about multiple unbeaten teams is futile. But this initial BCS standings is historical itself, having the top three teams come from outside the AP's preseason top 10, writes Brad Edwards.
No real surprises at the top of the BCS standings through Week 7, so the real battle is among the one-loss teams, writes Brad Edwards.
We've been down this road in 2007. A bad loss early in the season won't end any team's title chances in the current BCS climate, writes Brad Edwards.
Six teams still have BCS title-game aspirations, but LSU and Kansas will meet for the championship if each team wins out, writes Brad Edwards.
It's down to five teams with a realistic chance at the BCS title game. That means the participants might not be decided until the last day of the regular season, writes Brad Edwards.
LSU is in the driver's seat for the No. 2 spot in the BCS standings but it might be possible for Kansas to leapfrog the Tigers by winning out, writes Brad Edwards.
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While USC and Texas will still be in solid shape atop the new BCS Standings, LSU is in good position for a one-loss team, projects Brad Edwards.