Don't expect any changes in the top 10 of this week's Bowl Championship Series standings, according to the BCS Guru.
While Oregon, Texas Christian and Stanford won close games, the results are not expected to impact their placement. However, it will cause an adjustment in margins.
Oregon, a 15-13 winner at California, is expected to maintain its No. 1 spot, with Auburn at No. 2. TCU, at No. 3, will likely lose ground to the top two teams, but not because of the Horned Frogs' closer-than-expected 40-35 victory over San Diego State, which is rated reasonably high in the computer rankings.
What will hurt TCU is Notre Dame's 28-3 victory over Utah.
Boise State will hold on to the No. 4 spot, followed by Louisiana State.
Stanford struggled to a 17-13 victory over Arizona State, but is expected to remain No. 6, ahead of Wisconsin, which buried Indiana, 83-20.
Closing out the top 10: Nebraska, Ohio State and Oklahoma State.
The remaining games for the top four teams:
Oregon: Arizona (Nov. 26), at Oregon State (Dec. 4).
Auburn: at Alabama (Nov. 26), South Carolina (Dec. 4, SEC title game in Atlanta).
TCU: at New Mexico (Nov. 27).
Boise State: Fresno State (Friday), at Nevada (Nov. 26), Utah State (Dec. 4).