Missouri- Lost West Virginia- Lost
- Ohio State - Did Not Play
- Georgia - Did Not Play
- Kansas - Did Not Play
- Virginia Tech - Won
- LSU- Won
The Rankings for LSU were a little odd. It seems that they fell inordinately after a very narrow loss in week 14. LSU was, for example ranked below a team in their own conference that wasn't in the Conference title game. Another team LSU soundly defeated was ranked above them.
Under the normal operation of the rankings I would have expected the Week 15 rankings to be,
- Ohio State
- Virginia Tech
It was obviously the effect of the computer portion of the BCS at work. Those rankings don't seem to take strength of schedule sufficiently into account. The Computers have Ohio State third and Virginia Tech first, with LSU a close second this week.
I think Les Miles had something to do with the change. His mantra was "LSU was undefeated in regulation". I heard him say it several times. It actually seems to have had an effect.