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BCS Standings, Week 11: Arizona State Drops Out Of Top 25

The Arizona St. Sun Devils lose to an underwhelming UCLA Bruins team in Pasadena this Saturday night. Shocker, I know. This sort of stuff tends to happen. This should probably end any hopes they have of earning a BCS at-large bid, particularly with no big name opponents left on their conference slate.

ASU probably can find their way back into the BCS rankings, but they'll need to somehow find their way to the Pac-12 Championship Game in December. Right now the Sun Devils don't control their destiny, as UCLA now leads the South Division in the standings. ASU needs to win out and hope for a loss from the Bruins to regain hope--and UCLA does still have a road date to USC left on their schedule. Then if they get to the Pac-12 championship game and win, they'll earn their ticket to Pasadena. Tall order, but there is still an order for them to get to where they want to go.

It's far from over for the Devils, but these rankings are unlikely to make much difference to them from here on out.

Click here for a comprehensive detailed look at the BCS standings on SB Nation. Team rankings are below.

1. LSU
2. Oklahoma State
3. Alabama
4. Stanford
5. Boise State
6. Oklahoma
7. Oregon
8. Arkansas
9. Clemson
10. Virginia Tech
11. Houston
12. Penn State
13. South Carolina
14. Kansas State
15. Georgia
16. Texas
17. Michigan State
18. Wisconsin
19. Nebraska
20. Auburn
21. Georgia Tech
22. Southern Miss
23. Cincinnati
24. Michigan
25. Baylor

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