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As programs throughout the country prepare for Week 8 of the NCAA college football season, the first BCS standings of the 2010 season have been posted. According to the BCS ranking system there will be a number of closely-rated teams squaring off this Saturday. There really is no better time to get off the couch and into the game.
Ranked fourth by the BCS is Auburn. This Saturday they will host No. 6-ranked LSU in a battle of legitimate title contending Tigers. Auburn has flourished with their running game, going undefeated in four games within the SEC and 7-0 overall.
LSU, on the other hand, has an identical record. Can the quarterback tandem of Jordan Jefferson and Jarrett Lee power the Louisiana State to their fourth victory over Top 25 teams? Auburn will be their highest ranked opponent yet.
This Saturday also brings a clash between No. 13 Wisconsin and No. 15 Iowa. The Badgers are 6-1 this season with a 2-1 record against the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes have yet to lose in their two games with Big Ten opponents so far.
No .14-ranked Oklahoma State will also host a closely-ranked opponent this weekend, No. 16-ranked Nebraska. The Cornhuskers have shown a dominant rushing game through the first half of the season, but fell to unranked Texas in Week 7. You can bet that 27-year-old Cowboys quarterback Brandon Weeden will bring it in front of the home crowd.
With so many competitive match ups set to take place, betting on college football in Week 8 is no easy task. Think you know how the games will unfold? Are the BCS rankings indicative of the teams that you think can go all the way?
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