BCS Standings to be released at 6:00 p.m. ET on ESPN

Don’t expect a lot of change on top this week in the new BCS standings when they are announced tonight on ESPN.

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But do expect them to be released a couple of hours earlier, as the rankings will come out at 6:00 p.m. ET Sunday evening rather than 8:15 p.m. as in previous weeks.

Oregon and Auburn are expected to remain No. 1 and No. 2 after enjoying byes this past weekend. But will Boise State be able to jump TCU and grab the No. 3 spot? Or will the Broncos have to wait until next week and see where they stand if they beat Nevada?

Where will LSU place after storming back from a big deficit and slipping past Ole Miss? And will Wisconsin remain ahead of Ohio State after the Buckeyes' win over Iowa?

ESPN will once again provide extensive and in-depth coverage leading up to the standings being released.

Click here to check out last week’s standings, and check back with the National Football Post as we will publish the official BCS standings when they are announced.

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