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LSU, Alabama in control of BCS standings

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Associated Press
November 28, 2011

Only a major upset or a dramatic shift by voters can prevent a rematch between LSU and Alabama in the BCS national championship game.


The Tigers and Crimson Tide hold down the top two spots for the second straight week, and by a wide margin over third-place Oklahoma State.


LSU (1.000 BCS average) is a unanimous No. 1 in both the coaches’ poll and the Harris poll, and is top-ranked in the computer ratings. Alabama (.9551) is an overwhelming No. 2 in the polls and second in the computers.


Oklahoma State (.8712) has one game left against Oklahoma on Saturday.


LSU (12-0) plays Georgia in the Southeastern Conference championship game on Saturday. Win that, and the Tigers earn a spot in the BCS title game Jan. 9 in New


Orleans.



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