Bowl Championship Series
2001-2002 Final Standings
(BCS Standings are final as of Dec. 9)

 TeamUSA
Today/
ESPN
APPoll Avg. Anderson
& Hester
Atlanta/
Colley
Richard
Billingsley
Kenneth
Massey
David
Rothman
Jeff
Sagarin
Scripps-
Howard
Peter
Wolfe
Computer
Avg.
 Schedule
Strength
Schedule
Rank
 Losses Sub Total Quality
Wins
 Total
1Miami111.0 111111111.00 180.72 0 2.72 0.1 2.62
2Nebraska444.0 222323222.17 140.56 1 7.73 0.5 7.23
3Colorado333.0 454455534.50 20.08 2 9.58 2.3 7.28
4Oregon222.0 333287674.83 311.24 1 9.07 0.4 8.67
5Florida555.0 987842355.83 190.76 2 13.59 0.5 13.09
6Tennessee888.0 548678746.17 30.12 2 16.29 1.6 14.69
7Texas999.0 8910934466.67 331.32 2 18.99 1.2 17.79
8Illinois777.0 76612131210129.83 371.48 1 19.31  19.31
9Stanford111111.0 6711599887.83 220.88 2 21.71 1.3 20.41
10Maryland666.0 14105101111141111.17 783.12 1 21.29  21.29
11Oklahoma101010.0 101191366999.00 361.44 2 22.44 0.9 21.54
12Washington St.131313.0 12121271010111010.83 421.68 2 27.51 0.6 26.91
13LSU121212 111314141218131413.33 100.40 3 28.73 1.0 27.73
14South Carolina141414.0 201919171723231719.17 401.60 3 37.77  37.77
15Washington202120.5 131515111625171314.83 210.84 3 39.17 1.0 38.17

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OTHER RANKINGS:
Associated Press
USA Today/ESPN

The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame is responsible for the weekly tabulation and release of the Bowl Championship Series Standings.

EXPLANATION:
Poll Average - Average of USA Today/ESPN Coaches and AP Media Polls. Others receiving votes calculated in order received.

Computer Average - Average of Anderson & Hester, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Colley Matrix, Richard Billinglsey, Kenneth Massey, David Rothman, Jeff Sagarin's USA Today, Matthews/Scripps-Howard, and the Peter Wolfe rankings. The computer rankings will be determined by averaging six rankings. The highest and the lowest will be disregarded.

Schedule Rank - Rank of schedule strength compared to other Division I-A teams of actual games played divided by 25. This component is calculated by determining the cumulative won/loss records of the team's opponent (66.6 percent) and the cumulative won/loss records of the teams' opponents opponents (33.3 percent).

Losses - One point for each loss during the season.

Quality Win Component - The quality win component will reward to varying degrees teams that defeat opponents ranked among the top 15 in the weekly standings. The bonus point scale will range from a high of 1.5 for a win over the top-ranked team to a low of 0.1 for a victory over the 15th-ranked BCS team. The final BCS standings will determine final quality win points. If a team registers a victory over a team more than once during the regular season, quality points will be awarded just once. Quiality win points are deducted from the team score.