Poll Report: Should have taken the week off..

Oregon State upset USC on Saturday, causing the Trojans to fall past the Longhorns. But Texas didn't move thanks to a massive jump from a surprising team.

The Louisville Cardinals, riding the unstoppable momentum of not actually playing a game this week, jumped three spots in the latest BCS standings, leap-frogging the Longhorns in the process. Texas stayed at No. 7 is this week's rankings.

Louisville's Big East compatriot, West Virginia also benefited from the shift, moving up into one of the vacated No. 3 spot, meaning next week's West Virginia-Lousiville match-up will feature two BCS Top 5 teams.

Ohio State and Michigan remained in the top two positions and are significantly ahead of the rest of the country in the standings. After beating conference rival Georgia 21-14, Florida jumped ahead of Auburn and Louisville into fourth. USC, Notre Dame and Cal round out the Top 10.

In the Big 12, Oklahoma moved up one rank to 18th and the Texas A&M, after escaping from Waco with a 31-21 win over Baylor, stayed at 21.

Nebraska, who lost to Oklahoma State, and Missouri, who lost to the Sooners, both fell out of the rankings after losses, leaving no Big 12 North teams in the BCS Top 25.

BCS Ranking – BCS Average

1 Ohio State - .986
2 Michigan - .970
3 West Virginia - .786
4 Florida - .779
5 Louisville - .762
6 Auburn - .759
7 Texas - .756
8 USC - .715
9 Notre Dame - .715
10 Cal - .713
11 Tennessee - .700
12 Rutgers - .515
13 Arkansas - .507
14 Boise State - .476
15 Boston College - .398
16 Wisconsin - .385
17 LSU - .375
18 Oklahoma - .274
19 Clemson - .253
20 Georgia Tech - .228
21 Texas A&M - .186
22 Oregon - .178
23 Washington State - .132
24 Wake Forest - .094
25 Virginia Tech - .062


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