Oregon is No. 2 behind Oklahoma in the first BCS standings released on Sunday, which means it would be Ducks and Sooners for the national title of we decided to end the season Monday.
We have not decided to end the season Monday, by the way.
The Ducks are No. 1 in the Coaches and Harris polls, which factor into the BCS standings. They also are No. 1 in the AP poll, which does not. But the Ducks rank between No. 2 and No. 11 in the six computer polls, with an average rating of No. 8. The Sooners are No. 1 in with the computers.
The Sagarin Ratings have the Ducks at No. 2. Another computer tabulation -- the "Wolfe" -- rates Stanford (9) ahead of Oregon (11) despite the Ducks beating the Cardinal 52-31 on Oct. 2.
The computers also rank LSU No. 2 and Auburn No. 3. LSU and Oregon have a common opponent. The Ducks won at Tennessee 48-13. LSU beat Tennessee 16-14 at home.
Boise State is third, Auburn fourth and TCU fifth in the BCS standings.
As for Pac-10 teams, Stanford is 12th and Arizona 18th.