Monday, November 29, 2010


Auburn quarterback Cam Newton and the No. Tigers are just one win away from playing for a national title. They face No. 19 South Carolina on Saturday in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
After rallying to beat arch-rival Alabama last Friday, Auburn has found itself at the top of the latest Bowl Championship Series standings, released on Sunday night. They are .0002 points ahead of last week's No. 1, Oregon. If each team wins their final game this weekend, they will more than likely square off for all of the Tostitos in the BCS Championship Game in Glendale.

Ohio State, after blowing out Michigan on Saturday 37-7, moved up two spots to No. 6, while Boise State and LSU both lost this past week causing a major shakeup in the Top 10.

For the complete standings, click here.

Listed below is The Buckeye Times BCS bowl game projections (as of Nov. 29) ...

Tostitos BCS Championship Game
January 10, 2011 — Glendale, Ariz.
University of Phoenix Stadium
Auburn Tigers (SEC/BCS) vs. Oregon Ducks (PAC-10/BCS)

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
January 1, 2011 — Glendale, Ariz.
University of Phoenix Stadium
Oklahoma Sooners (Big 12) vs. Stanford Cardinal (at-large)

Rose Bowl
January 1, 2011 — Pasadena, Calif.
The Rose Bowl Stadium
Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten) vs. Texas Christian (at-large)

Discover Orange Bowl
January 3, 2011 — Miami, Fla.
Sun Life Stadium
Virginia Tech (ACC) vs. Connecticut Huskies (Big East)

Allstate Sugar Bowl
January 4, 2011 — New Orleans
Louisiana Superdome
Ohio State Buckeyes (at-large) vs. Arkansas (at-large)