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Gators on Top in First Edition of BCS
One thing that jumps out from these standings is that humans like Texas a lot more than the computers do. The Longhorns sit at No. 6 in the computers, behind Iowa, Cincinnati and Boise State. Conversely, humans don't like Iowa near as much as the machines. The Hawkeyes are No. 7 and 8 in the latest polls.
The fact a Boise team that has played only one team of consequence and also has a game with Cal-Davis on their resume is ahead of Mack Brown's team post Oklahoma game is fairly stunning. As long as Oregon, who sits at No. 11 in the BCS standings, keeps winning it appears Boise State will be lurking near the top.
Florida won't be getting a lot of help from the back half of its schedule, driving home just how essential it is for them to remain undefeated until the SEC Championship game if they want another crack at the BCS title. Right now the only scheduled opponent to make the BCS Top 25 is South Carolina at No. 24.
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