The Southeastern Conference West Division teams will be 1-2 in the official BCS standings that will be released Sunday night, according to the BCS Guru.
Oklahoma State will be No. 3, followed by Virginia Tech, Stanford, Boise State, Houston, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Oregon.
The Guru also has Michigan at No. 16 and Texas Christian at No. 18. An at-large BCS team must finish in the top 14 of the BCS standings, meaning neither team currently meets the criteria for a BCS game.
In addition, TCU also would need a loss by Houston in the Conference USA title game. Why? The BCS grants an automatic berth to a non-BCS conference champion if it finishes in the top 16 and ahead of the champion of an automatic qualifying conference, which likely will happen because the Big East has no team close to either the Cougars or Horned Frogs. TCU has a game remaining against Nevada Las Vegas, and a victory will give the Mountain West title outright to the Horned Frogs.
However, one week is left in the season.
The remaining games for the projected top 10 teams:
Louisiana State — vs. Georgia in SEC title game (Saturday in Atlanta).
Alabama — regular season over.
Oklahoma State — Oklahoma (Saturday).
Virginia Tech — vs. Clemson in Atlantic Coast title game (Saturday in Charlotte).
Stanford — regular season over.
Boise State — New Mexico (Saturday).
Houston — Southern Mississippi in Conference USA title game (Saturday in Houston).
Arkansas — regular season over.
Oklahoma — at Oklahoma State (Saturday).
Oregon — vs. UCLA in Pacific 12 title game (Friday in Eugene).