To get started, here are Sam Chi's BCS standings projections, ahead of the year's first official BCS top 25 (Bama, Oregon, Florida, K-State, Notre Dame the top five): http://www.sbnation.
I also asked Sam a question about the possibility of Clemson or Florida State making the BCS as an at large should one of the two not win the ACC title.
Spencer Hall reviews how the Top 25 did yesterday: http://www.
5. West Virginia. Went to Lubbock. Played Texas Tech in Lubbock. Fell behind by a halftime score of 35-7 in Lubbock and never really recovered in a 49-14 loss to Texas Tech in Lubbock. Had to fly all the way home and think about how they were going to reattach the asses they had handed to them by the Red Raiders in Lubbock. Don't ever go to Lubbock is what we're saying, especially if you're an undefeated team and Tommy Tuberville is waiting for you there.
Remember everyone saying how Florida State's offense would be unstoppable it it was like West Virignia? All offenses have bad weeks. Sometimes they get beat when their offenses sputter. And if that offense sputters combined with a terrible defense, that team gets blown out.
And bowl projections for all 35 from me (Bama-Oregon title, Oklahoma-ND rematch, Florida-WVU, FSU-Louisville, USC-Michigan in BCS): http://www.sbnation.com/