Florida, Alabama, Texas and Iowa are projected to be the top four teams in this week's Bowl Championship Series standings, according to the BCS Guru.
The official standings will be released Sunday afternoon, but everything went according to form with the exception of Oregon's crushing 47-20 victory over USC. How bad was it? It's the biggest loss for the Trojans in the Pete Carroll era, and it all but eliminated any hope USC had of returning to the Rose Bowl.
The Trojans, No. 5 in last week's standings, will fall out of the BCS top 10.
It's beginning to look like there will be more than two undefeated teams at the end of the regular season. Currently, there are seven, but Florida and Alabama are headed toward a showdown in the Southeastern Conference title game, meaning the list of unbeaten teams will eventually be cut to six.
Here are the remaining regular-season games for the seven undefeated teams:
Florida: Vanderbilt (Nov. 7); at South Carolina (Nov. 14); Florida International (Nov. 21); Florida State (Nov. 28).
Alabama: Louisiana State (Nov. 7); at Mississippi State (Nov. 14); Chattanooga (Nov. 21); at Auburn (Nov. 28).
Texas: Central Florida (Nov. 7); at Baylor (Nov. 14); Kansas (Nov. 21); at Texas A&M (Nov. 26).
Iowa: Northwestern (Nov. 7); at Ohio State (Nov. 14); Minnesota (Nov. 21).
Texas Christian: at San Diego State (Nov. 7); Utah (Nov. 14); at Wyoming (Nov. 21); New Mexico (Nov. 28).
Boise State: at Louisiana Tech (Nov. 6); Idaho (Nov. 14); at Utah State (Nov. 20); Nevada (Nov. 27); New Mexico State (Dec. 5).
Cincinnati: Connecticut (Nov. 7); West Virginia (Nov. 13); Illinois (Nov. 27); at Pittsburgh (Dec. 5).