With just one week of play left in the college football point spreads...
1: Ohio State Buckeyes (9-3 ATS, 10-2 SU) Even though other teams have already essentially locked up their bids to the BCS, OSU is the only team that knows where it is going. The Rose Bowl awaits…
Up Next: Rose Bowl
2: TCU Horned Frogs (8-4 ATS, 12-0 SU) The Horned Frogs will all be wearing Nebraska colors for the Big XII title game. Could TCU really play for the National Championship? If not, there may be an unsuspecting BCS team that is ready to get a whooping laid upon it.
Up Next: BCS Game
3: Boise State Broncos (8-4 ATS, 12-0 SU) Boise State has probably done enough to grab one of the at-large BCS berths now that Okie State is out of the mix. If not, it's a travesty, especially after watching the Broncos beat the snot out of Nevada on national television last week.
Up Next: Home vs. New Mexico State (-46.5)
4: Clemson Tigers (8-4 ATS, 8-4 SU) Clemson tripped up last week against South Carolina, but it really didn't matter in the grand scheme of things. If they avenge their loss against Georgia Tech earlier this year, the Tigers will head to the Orange Bowl.
Up Next: ACC Championship Game vs. Georgia Tech (+1)
5: Oregon Ducks (7-4 ATS, 9-2 SU) The Ducks have had a fantastic season since losing to Boise State to open the year, but a loss to Oregon State would be a huge disappointment. A loss will send the Ducks to the Holiday Bowl, while a victory in the Civil War would have the guys in green smelling roses.
Up Next: Home vs. Oregon State (-9.5)
6: Iowa Hawkeyes (7-4 ATS, 10-2 SU) Has Iowa done enough to be BCS bound? Even though QB Ricky Stanzi was knocked out when the Hawkeyes' perfect season was ended, a victory against Minnesota and a tough loss at Ohio State did nothing but help the cause. If the Hawkeyes aren't in either the Fiesta Bowl or the Orange Bowl, it's a travesty.
Up Next: Bowl Game
7: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (7-4 ATS, 10-2 SU) The Yellow Jackets unexpectedly tripped up against Georgia at home last week, but much like Clemson, their eyes are focused only on the ACC title game. This would be a huge victory for a program on the rise under HC Paul Johnson.
Up Next: ACC Championship Game vs. Clemson (-1)
8: Alabama Crimson Tide (7-5 ATS, 12-0 SU) How is Alabama going to stop the Tebow Train? After a scare in the Iron Bowl, the Tide’s ready to avenge LYs SEC Championship Game loss. If HC Nick Saban loses again, it's probably another trip to the Sugar Bowl.
Up Next: SEC Championship Game vs. Florida (+5.5)
9: Nebraska Cornhuskers (7-5 ATS, 9-3 SU) The Cornhuskers are probably the least deserving team still eligible for the BCS. But a shocker over Texas wouldn't be that ridiculous considering some of the wild things we've seen in the Big XII Championship in years past.
Up Next: Big XII Championship Game vs. Texas (+13.5)
10: Oregon State Beavers (6-4 ATS, 8-3 SU) The Beavers got some help from Oregon two weeks ago to set up the Civil War as a de facto Pac-10 championship game. Now, OSU will look to dismantle the Ducks and take its place in the Rose Bowl.
Up Next: Away @ Oregon (+9.5)
11: Pittsburgh Panthers (6-4 ATS, 9-2 SU) Pittsburgh might've had a shot at grabbing an at-large bid to the BCS had it won the Backyard Brawl, but now it seems like the only options for this team are the Orange Bowl or the Gator Bowl. You'd better believe that Heinz Field is going to be rocking come Saturday afternoon.
Up Next: Home vs. Cincinnati (PK)
12: Florida Gators (6-5 ATS, 12-0 SU) The Gators took care of Florida State to wrap up a perfect regular season, but now, they'll have to deal with Bama in the SEC title game for the second straight year. Is there any doubt that QB Tim Tebow's legacy seems destined to finish a 14-0 season?
Up Next: SEC Championship vs. Alabama (-5.5)
13: Cincinnati Bearcats (6-5 ATS, 11-0 SU) As sad as it seems, the Bearcats may have to win their game at Pitt to assure that they don't get shut out of the BCS. However, a victory paired with a Texas loss may have them playing for all the marbles if the chips fall right with TCU on a bye week.
Up Next: Away @ Pittsburgh (PK)
14: Penn State Nittany Lions (6-6 ATS, 10-2 SU) The Nittany Lions are probably out of the race for the BCS by virtue of its loss to Iowa in the regular season. With Ohio State grabbing the automatic bid from the conference, it's hard to justify Joe Pa's boys going anywhere but the Capital One Bowl.
Up Next: Bowl Game
15: Texas Longhorns (5-6-1 ATS, 12-0 SU) Texas may be 12-0, but a loss to Nebraska would be devastating on Saturday. QB Colt McCoy still has a Heisman Trophy to go win after putting himself in the driver's seat following Thursday night's huge game at A&M.
Up Next: Big XII Championship Game vs. Nebraska (-13.5)