The Georgia Bulldogs win over the Auburn Tigers, along with the Penn St. Nittany Lions falling this week, will push Georgia up once the latest BCS standings are released (at 8:15 pm ET). Georgia is expected to move into a coveted top-14 spot, which allows teams to be considered for an at-large berth. However, Georgia is in the SEC, and currently they are the fourth ranked team within the BCS, so the way Georgia can secure a spot in the BCS is by beating the Kentucky Wildcats this weekend to win the SEC East and then win the SEC, which would send them to the Sugar Bowl.
The rest of the BCS within the SEC looks like this: LSU Tigers expected to stay at No. 1, the Alabama Crimson Tide at No. 3 and the Arkansas Razorbacks are expected to move up to No. 6 with the Stanford Cardinal and Boise St. Broncos falling on Saturday.
Here are your Week 12 BCS projections:
2. Oklahoma State
9. Boise State
10. Virginia Tech
12. South Carolina
14. Michigan State
15. Kansas State