BCS Rankings Week 10 Projections: Texas Expected To Move Up, TCU Could Enter Rankings

The latest BCS projections have the top five teams staying the same.

The Texas Longhorns dominated the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday night and they should move up in the BCS from their No. 24 spot due to some teams dropping ahead of them, but Texas will not yet be in the at-large bid range at this time.

The TCU Horned Frogs have been getting some points in the BCS and their win over the BYU Cougars on Friday night might be enough to have them sneak them into the rankings. 

As for the top of the BCS, it looks like the top-five teams look to stay the same and the team to make the biggest leap is the Houston Cougars who should move up five spots and put themselves in prime position if Boise State loses.

Here are the Week 10 BCS projections:

1. LSU
2. Alabama
3. Oklahoma State
4. Stanford
5. Boise State
6. Oklahoma
7. Oregon
8. Arkansas
9. South Carolina
10. Virginia Tech
11. Nebraska
12. Houston
13. Michigan
14. Kansas State
15. Penn State

The big winners this week are the Houston Cougars who move into the No. 12 spot and could earn the automatic bid for a non-BCS team if Boise State does happen to fall at some point this year and does not win the Mountain West. Also, the Oklahoma Sooners also have a chance to get back into the title game picture with Clemson and Kansas State losing.

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