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2012 BCS Rankings, Week 9: LSU remains at No. 6 in latest rankings

No. 6 LSU and No. 20 Texas A&M didn't move much in the latest BCS standings after their game in College Station this past week.

Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE

The LSU Tigers, fresh off a big win over Texas A&M on the road at College Station, stay put at No. 6 in the latest BCS rankings as the highest ranked team with one loss. A&M, who have now lost to LSU and Florida in their first season in the SEC, were bumped down from No. 18 to No. 20 in the rankings.

The Tigers have won two straight games against ranked teams, with victories over South Carolina and Texas A&M coming by a combined eight points. The season's lone loss came against Florida, a 14-6 loss on Oct. 6. The Aggies, meanwhile, have just one victory over a ranked team thanks to a narrow 59-57 victory over Louisiana Tech on Oct. 13.

Alabama remains at the top of the BCS rankings with No. 2 Florida also staying put. No. 3 Kansas State and No. 4 Oregon flipped spots after wins for both teams, with No. 5 Notre Dame rounding out the top five in the current rankings.

Here are the full BCS rankings for Week 9:

1 Alabama
2 Florida
3 Kansas State
4 Oregon
5 Notre Dame
6 LSU
7 Oregon State
8 Oklahoma
9 USC
10 Georgia
11 Mississippi State
12 Florida State
13 South Carolina
14 Texas Tech
15 Rutgers
16 Louisville
17 Stanford
18 Clemson
19 West Virginia
20 Texas A&M
21 Boise State
22 Michigan
23 Texas
24 Ohio
25 Wisconsin

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