POLLS: Beavs are ranked 11/13/12/12/8

POLLS: Beavs are ranked 11/13/12/12/8

OREGON STATE in the polling on Sunday stayed mostly where they began the weekend, though they did tick up slightly in some metrics and are now just .0004 out of the BCS top ten.

Oregon State's BCS ranking on Sunday was No. 11 -- the same as last week. The Beavs' BCS percentage was .5965. Meanwhile, No. 10 Florida State checked in at .5969.

Oregon State's ranking remained unchanged at No. 13 in the AP poll. But the Beavs moved up one spot, to No. 12, in the Coaches' USAToday poll.

Oregon State also ticked up one spot in the Harris poll this week, to No. 12.

The Beavs remained No. 8 in the computer polls.

Oregon State still controls its own destiny in the Pac-12. A huge game looms on Saturday, as the Beavs will travel to No. 14 Stanford.

OSU faces Stanford, Cal and Oregon to wrap up the conference slate. Only the Stanford game is on the road.

NOTABLE NOTES:
  • For the complete BCS rankings, click here.

  • The BCS rankings are comprised of three parts -- the Harris Poll, the USAToday Coaches' Poll and six computer rankings. Each counts for one-third of a team's BCS ranking.

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