Roby Final BCS Top 20


After the BCS Champion, bowl teams were ranked according to a formula using using number of wins, if they won their bowl game, and then to a lesser degree, number of winning bowl teams over which teams had been victorious.

Team                                          Record        Bowl Winners Beaten

1. Alabama Crimson Tide  (13-1)                        1

2. Georgia Bulldogs               (12-2)                       4

3. Oregon Ducks                     (12-1)                       4

4. Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish (12-1)                    3

5. Stanford Cardinal             (12-2)                       3

6. Florida St. Seminoles      (12-2)                       3

7. South Carolina Gamecocks (11-2)                3

8. Texas A&M Aggies            (11-2)                       2

9. Clemson Tigers                   (11-2)                       1

10. Louisville Cardinals       (11-2)                       1

11. Utah St. Aggies                 (11-2)                       1

12. San Jose St. Spartans    (11-2)                        1

13. Boise St. Broncos           (11-2)                         1

14. Florida Gators                 (11-2)                         4

15. Kansas St. Wildcats       (11-2)                         3

16.  Oklahoma Sooners         (10-3)                        5

17.  LSU Tigers                        (10-3)                         3

18. Northwestern Wildcats (10-3)                      2

19. Tulsa Golden Hurricanes (11-3)                    2

20T. No. Illinois Huskies          (12-2)                  1

20T.  Vanderbilt Commodores (9-4)                  1

Eddie Lacy Helped the Tide Roll.

Eddie Lacy and Alabama ran through the Notre Dame defense on the opening drive and never looked back in the BCS National Championship Game.

Image by The Washington Post

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