NEW YORK (AP) -- Oregon and Auburn have swapped spots atop the
BCS standings and Boise State has been passed again, this time by
The Ducks (8-0) moved into first place for the first time this
season, which is interesting but not necessarily important. Auburn
(9-0) grabbed the top spot last week, but Oregon caught up after
beating Southern California 53-32, leaving the Tigers in second
The top two teams in the final BCS standings on Dec. 5 play in
the championship game Jan. 10 in Glendale, Ariz.
Oregon is No. 1 in the two polls used in the standings and No. 2
according to the computer ratings. Auburn is first in the computers
and No. 2 among the poll voters.
TCU is third, Boise State fourth and Utah fifth.
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