Despite a loss to now #2 Oklahoma State, K-State remains #14 in the BCS Standings, released Sunday. The Cats are ranked #10 by the computers, but are #18 in the Harris Interactive poll, and #22 in the coaches poll. K-State ranks #17 in the AP Poll, which does not figure into the BCS.
LSU and Oklahoma State took control of the race to the BCS championship game, but don’t count out Alabama yet. The day after the Tigers and Cowboys stayed unbeaten with their most difficult victories of the season, they also took the top two spots in the BCS standings. First-place LSU beat Alabama 9-6 in overtime Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Ala., right about the time second-place Oklahoma State held off Kansas State 52-45 in Stillwater, Okla. The Crimson Tide only slipped one spot to third. If the Tigers (9-0) and Cowboys (9-0) remain unbeaten, they should meet in the New Orleans on Jan. 9. If either slip up, Alabama or fourth-place Stanford are in position to reach the title game as long as they keep winning.