Here's What The BCS Standings Would Look Like If They Still Existed

The inaugural 13-person College Football Playoff committee has released their first playoff standings, but it's still interesting to take a look back at what might have been.

While we're by no means looking for a return to the confusion and chaos of the BCS era, we thought it'd be fun to take a look at what the BCS standings would look like if they still existed today.

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Compared to Sunday's AP Poll, the only differences are in the #6 and #7 spots (Ole Miss flip-flopped with Notre Dame) and the #8 and #9 slots (Georgia flip-flopped with Michigan State).

All the cries of SEC bias this season might be a whole lot louder if the BCS was still around, with the conference placing five teams in the Top 8 of the defunct system...but it looks so far like the playoff committee hasn't changed the deal very much.


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