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First BCS Rankings Of 2000 Season Released

Oct. 24, 2000

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EXPLANATION: Poll Average – Average of USA Today/ESPN Coaches and AP Media Polls. Others receiving votes calculated in order received. Computer Average – Average of Richard Billingsley, Dunkel Index, Kenneth Massey, New York Times, David Rothman, Jeff Sagarin’s USA Today, Matthews/Scripps-Howard, and the Anderson&Hester/Seattle Times rankings.

The computer component will be determined by averaging the seven highest computer rankings. The lowest computer ranking will be disregarded. Schedule Rank – Rank of schedule strength compared to other Division I-A teams of actual games played divided by 25. This component is calculated by determining the cumulative won/loss records of the team’s opponent (66 2/3 percent) and the cumulative won/loss records of the teams’ opponent’s opponents (33 1/3 percent).

Losses – One point for each loss during the season.

Notes: BCS Standings each week will list the top 15 teams.

BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STANDINGS (Games Through October 21)

Rank Team Avg. Avg. Rank Losses Total
1. Nebraska 1.0 1.57 1.04 0 3.61
2. Oklahoma 3.0 1.71 0.72 0 5.43
3. Virginia Tech 2.0 4.14 0.52 0 6.66
4. Miami (FL) 4.5 4.14 0.12 1 9.76
5. Florida State 6.0 4.14 1.00 1 12.14
6. Florida 7.5 6.86 0.84 1 16.20
7. Clemson 4.5 7.86 3.88 0 16.24
8. Oregon 8.5 8.00 0.60 1 18.10
9. Washington 9.0 9.57 0.32 1 19.89
10. Kansas State 9.0 8.71 3.04 1 21.75
11. Ohio State 12.5 10.14 0.92 1 24.56
12. Georgia 12.5 14.00 1.96 1 29.46
13. TCU 11.0 16.29 4.36 0 31.65
14. So.Mississippi 14.0 15.7 3.16 1 33.87
15. Purdue 16.0 15.57 1.12 2 34.69

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