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Final BCS Standings Announced

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Final BCS Standings Announced (3:59)

The final BCS Standings of the 2010 college football season (3:59)

BCS Bowls:

Plenty of tradition-rich programs in the BCS bowls this year - Oklahoma, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, etc. But so much for history in any of the matchups. Four of the five bowls feature two teams that have NEVER played each other before. And they only two teams that DO have a history are Wisconsin and TCU...who played to a 14-14 tie 40 years ago.

Tostitos BCS National Championship: 1 Auburn vs 2 Oregon (Auburn is home team)

Auburn: 1st BCS National Title Game Appearance, 5th straight SEC school to reach BCS title game

Oregon: 1st BCS National Championship Game appearance, leads FBS in scoring (49.3 PPG)

Rose Bowl Game Presented By Vizio: 5 Wisconsin vs 3 TCU

Wisconsin: 3rd BCS appearance (all in Rose Bowl - 1998 and 1999 seasons), 4th in FBS in scoring (43.3 PPG)

TCU: 2nd straight BCS bowl appearance, leads FBS in total and scoring defense

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: Connecticut vs 7 Oklahoma

Connecticut: 1st BCS bowl appearance, won 5 straight games after starting 3-4

Oklahoma: 12th straight bowl appearance, 3rd Fiesta Bowl appearance in last 5 seasons, lost 5 straight BCS bowl games

Discover Orange Bowl: 4 Stanford vs 13 Virginia Tech

Stanford: 2nd BCS bowl appearance, 1st since 1999 season, school-record 11 wins

Virginia Tech: 5th BCS bowl appearance, ACC is 2-10 all-time in BCS bowl games (VT is 1-3)

Allstate Sugar Bowl: 6 Ohio State vs 8 Arkansas

Ohio State: 11th straight bowl appearance, 9th BCS Bowl appearance, most of any school

Arkansas: 1st BCS bowl appearance, 3rd in FBS in passing (338.4)