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BCS Rankings: Predicting What the Week 14 BCS Top 25 Will Be

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 25:   Rueben Randle #2 of the LSU Tigers catches a pass over Tramain Thomas #5 of the Arkansas Razorbacks at Tiger Stadium on November 25, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Tigers defeated the Razorbacks 41 to 17.  (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Stephen UrbaniakCorrespondent INovember 27, 2011

The final week of the BCS rankings are coming upon us. The teams that belong in the BCS hunt have separated themselves from the rest of the pack. 

The teams that don't belong have been eliminated.  Arkansas was eliminated from the national championship race with its loss to LSU. 

The Crimson Tide and the Tigers will have the projected rematch in the BCS National Championship game as the SEC champion and at-large BCS No. 2-ranked team respectively.

Here is a projection of the BCS top 25 going into the final week of the college season:

1. LSU                   12. Michigan State     23. TCU

2. Alabama            13. Michigan              24.  West Virginia

3. Stanford            14. Wisconsin            25.  Virginia

4. Virginia Tech     15. Georgia

5. Arkansas           16. South Carolina

6. Oklahoma State 17. USC

7. Oregon              18. Clemson

8. Houston             19. Florida State

9. Oklahoma          20. Penn State

10. Boise State      21. Kansas State

11. Nebraska         22. Baylor

Now let the criticism begin.

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