Well, the final BSC rankings have been reported. After this year, never again will we have to worry about humans votes vs computer polls, or why more SEC teams start in the top 25 and don’t seem to drop as far as teams from any other conference. We won’t have to worry if a 1 loss team is more deserving for a spot in the National Championship than an undefeated team. We won’t have to…  I can’t keep this up. Yes, next year we will have a 4 team play off system. We may have a panel of 13 act as a playoff selection committee to determine who is in and who is out, but we’re just going to have all the same complaints as we always have because we’re human Each fan base believes that their team deserves a shot at the title. So moving forward, we can concentrate our anger and wraith towards 13 individuals instead of a number of anonymous pollsters.

Without further ado, here is the final BCS top 25:

  1. Florida State
  2. Auburn
  3. Alabama
  4. Michigan State
  5. Stanford
  6. Baylor
  7. Ohio State
  8. Missouri
  9. South Carolina
  10. Oregon
  11. Oklahoma
  12. Clemson
  13. Oklahoma State
  14. Arizona State
  15. UCF
  16. LSU
  17. UCLA
  18. Louisville
  19. Wisconsin
  20. Fresno State
  21. Texas A&M
  22. Georgia
  23. Northern Illinois
  24. Duke
  25. USC


How many teams from each conference made the cut:

  • AAC: 2
  • ACC: 3
  • Big 12: 3
  • Big Ten: 3
  • C-USA: 0
  • FBS Independents: 0
  • MAC: 1
  • Mountain West: 1
  • PAC-12: 5
  • SEC: 7
  • Sun Belt: 0