College football writer J.P. Giglio is one of 60 voters in the AP Top 25 poll.
Just an unbelievable sequence of results, starting with Oklahoma State's loss at Iowa State on Friday and ending with Oklahoma's loss at Baylor late Saturday night.
In all, four of the top 10 teams lost this weekend - including Oregon in a whale of a college football game against Southern California - setting the BCS on a path to its first all-conference national title game, with LSU and Alabama on the inside track to New Orleans.
But LSU still has to play Arkansas, on Friday at home at Tiger Stadium, and Alabama still has to play Auburn. Then there's the matter of the SEC title game, with Georgia in the prime spoiler role on Dec. 3.
So there's still a lot of football left.
The real issue facing the BCS, which promotes the regular season as the most meaningful in all of sports (true) and boasts that "every game counts" (not true) is, how do you explain that to LSU?
If LSU finishes 13-0 and has to play a team it has already beaten, on the road no less, how does "every game" count?
The answer is obvious to every one outside the corrupt bowl system.
4. Oklahoma State
5. Boise State
19. Kansas State
21. Notre Dame
9. Michigan State
10. South Carolina
23. Penn State
12. Virginia Tech
Out: Florida State (21), Southern Miss (23)
Giglio: 919-829-8938 and twitter.com/jpgiglio