Complete BCS Standings
(Sports Network) - The Oregon Ducks remained in the top spot in the Bowl Championship Series standings this week, while LSU jumped to fifth following its home win over Alabama.
The first four in the BCS are unchanged from last week, as Auburn, TCU and Boise State follow the Ducks.
Oregon (.9638), also ranked No. 1 in the AP poll for the fourth straight week, took a 53-16 win over Washington on Saturday to retain the top spot. The 9-0 Ducks are off to the best start in school history.
Auburn (.9611) throttled Chattanooga in non-conference action, 62-24, this weekend to stay in second. The Tigers had been ranked first in the BCS standings two weeks ago, but at 10-0 are still in good position.
TCU (.9259) is still third after a signature win over previously unbeaten Utah, 47-7, in Salt Lake City. The Horned Frogs affirmed their place among the nation's best while the Utes slid from fifth to 14th in the BCS standings.
Boise State (.8662) dominated Hawaii this week to improve to 8-0 and stay in fourth, and is followed by LSU, the first one-loss team in the standings. The Tigers (.8170) were 10th in last week's standings, but rallied for a 24-21 home victory over the Crimson Tide on Saturday and moved up five places.
Alabama, meanwhile, slid from sixth to 12th with the loss, which ended its chances for a second straight national championship.
The top five in the BCS standings match the top five in the AP poll.
Stanford (.7454) moved up seven places to sixth following a 42-17 thrashing of Arizona, while Wisconsin (.7349), Nebraska (.7298), Ohio State (.6613) and Oklahoma State (.6211) round out the top 10.
Oklahoma State also gained seven places thanks to a blowout of Baylor, while Oklahoma tumbled eight places to 16th following a 33-19 defeat at Texas A&M this weekend.
The BCS system, in place since 1998, is computed by averaging the percentage totals of the Harris Interactive poll, USA Today poll and computer rankings. The top two teams will meet for the BCS national title in Glendale, Arizona on January 10, 2011.
Last season, the system pitted Alabama and Texas against one another, with the Crimson Tide rolling to a 37-21 victory.