|Alabama won the BCS
title for a record third time, while Notre Dame became the only team
to play in four BCS bowls without a
victory. The higher (or only) ranked team won three of the five
BCS bowls The
average margin of victory was 16.6
points. The #2 team has won the BCS NCG 5 of 7
The Pac-12 had the best showing in BCS bowls, going 2-0 as #6 Stanford beat unranked Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl and #4 Oregon toppled #5 Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl.
The SEC was 1-1, as the Alabama win was offset by #3 Florida losing to #21 Louisville in the Sugar Bowl.
The Big East and ACC were 1-0 in BCS bowls, while the Big Ten, Big 12, and the MAC each went 0-1.
These results are reflected in the confernces in BCS bowls and conference vs. conference in BCS bowls pages.
Postseason pseudo-BCS rankings have been published. There are 7 teams from the SEC, 4 teams from the Big 12, 3 teams from the Pac-12, 3 teams from the Big Ten, 2 teams from the ACC, 1 team from the Big East, 4 non-AQ teams, and 1 independent. Billingsley has the oddest ranking - placing Vanderbilt at #48. Boise State is at #19, despite having a 0.01 computer rating. Florida and Oklahoma have the highest strength of schedule of the ranked teams.
North Carolina, Penn State, and Ohio State were not included in any BCS rankings due to NCAA sanctions. Ohio State was therefore not in the Coaches Poll, but given the team's AP and computer rankings, may have finished #3 if eligible.
Alabama extends the longest streak of wins over out-of-conference automatically qualifying opponents.
The aggregate BCS rankings page has been updated. Oklahoma remains at #1. Alabama rises to #9, followed by Georgia at #10 and Kansas State at #12. Notre Dame moved up three spots to #20, while Stanford is two places higher in a tie for #22.
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