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posted by Katie Green in Sports

BCS Standings

November 28, 2011

After UGA's big 31-17 win over Georgia Tech, the new BCS standings are out! With a 10 game winning streak, including the most recent win over Tech, you would expect for Georgia to move on up in the rankings, let alone stay the same.

But the Dawgs actually LOST a spot in the new BCS rankings for week 14. LSU remains #1, Alabama #2, and South Carolina is ranked at #12; the Bulldogs are ranked at #14. Last week, the Dawgs were ranked #13 in the BCS standings according to ESPN. Something doesn't make sense.

A full list of the BCS rankings can be found here: http://espn.go.com/college-football/bcs

Since no one seems to agree on the BCS, what would be your changes to this week's BCS standings?

Do you also think that USC should remain ahead of UGA in the rankings despite the fact that the Dawgs are going to the SEC championship over USC?

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