Bowl Championship Series
2000-2001 Final Standings
(BCS Rankings are final as of Dec. 3)

 TeamAPESPN/
USA
Today
Poll Avg. Anderson
& Hester
Richard
Billingsley
Colley
Matrix
Kenneth
Massey
NY
Times
Jeff
Sagarin
Peter
Wolfe
Computer
Avg.
 Schedule
Strength
Schedule
Rank
 Losses Sub Total Quality
Wins
 Total
1Oklahoma11.0 1233 110.44 0   3.30
2Florida St.33.0 2111 20.08 1   5.37
3Miami, Fla22.0 3322 30.12 1   5.69
4Washington44.0 105811 60.24 1   10.67
5Va. Tech65.5 5455 140.56 1   12.20
6Oregon St.55.5 7879 421.68 1   14.68
7Florida77.0 4764 10.04 2   14.75
8Nebraska98.5 66413 180.72 2   18.22
9Kansas St.1110.0 811912 291.16 3   24.30
10Oregon89.5 12141417 240.96 2   24.32
11Notre Dame1010.0 14151615 251.00 2   25.07
12Texas1212.0 119106 843.36 2   27.22
13Ga. Tech1516.0 910118 441.76 2   29.62
14TCU1314.5 1612127 953.80 1   33.01
15Clemson1614.5 13131521 562.24 2   33.17

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OTHER RANKINGS:
Associated Press
ESPN/USA Today

The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame is responsible for the weekly tabulation and release of the Bowl Championship Series Standings.

EXPLANATION:
Poll Average - Average of USA Today/ESPN Coaches and AP Media Polls. Others receiving votes calculated in order received.

Computer Average - Average of Richard Billinglsey, Dunkel Index, Kenneth Massey, New York Times, David Rothman, Jeff Sagarin's USA Today, Matthews/Scripps-Howard and The Anderson & Hester/Seattle Times rankings. The computer component will be determined by averaging the seven highest computer rankings. The lowest computer ranking will be disregarded.

Schedule Rank - Rank of schedule strength compared to other Division I-A teams of actual games played divided by 25. This component is calculated by determining the cumulative won/loss records of the team's opponent (66.6 percent) and the cumulative won/loss records of the teams' opponents opponents (33.3 percent).

Losses - One point for each loss during the season.