The BCS projections are up for this morning. I have Stanford dropping to 9th, just above Houston, and Boise State down to 12th after each team suffered its first loss of the season yesterday.
Voters could be in a conudrum if Oklahoma St goes down, especially if it's Oklahoma that beats them. Right now, lined up behind No. 2 Oklahoma St is Alabama and Oregon, each of which suffered its only loss of the season at the hands of No. 1 LSU. Voters looking to avoid a rematch may have no good option except the Sooners.
Also, Houston is now in the cat-bird seat for the non-AQ at-large spot. Even if the Cougars lose, Boise St would not be eligible unless someone beats TCU and the Bronocs are at least league co-champions. BCS rules say that the non-AQ spot is reserved for a conference champion.,
All data is projected top 25 in each ranking component except the Harris and coaches' polls, Colley and Sagarin, which are actual data through yesterday's games.
The coaches poll showed Boise State doing better than I expected, so I have re-projected Harris to reflect similar thinking. The result of that has the Broncos now 10th, ahead of Houston. That does not impact the AQ status for either team.
The Harris poll will was pretty similar. Stanford is seventh in Harris, but ninth in the coaches' poll. Virginia Tech is the opposite.
The official BCS release will be at about 8:30 PM ET.