(From BCS Guru)
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Without further delay, here it is:
Gold: Never mind the back-and-forth jockeying between USC and LSU for the No. 1 spot. If both teams remain undefeated, they will meet in New Orleans for the first Pac-10-SEC title game in the BCS Era. Add California to the mix as well.
Silver: These teams are one loss away from being completely eliminated from BCS championship considerations. However, they are very much in the mix for a BCS bowl bid -- Boston College, Oklahoma, South Florida, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Kentucky and Florida.
Bronze: It's a little early for a complete rundown, as 20-plus teams are still in contention to win their respective BCS conferences and thus earn a BCS bowl berth. The only non-BCS school currently has a place here is Hawai'i.
And for Week 6, these are the BCS Buster Games:
5-Star: Florida at LSU -- The Gators' loss to Auburn last week kept this game from being a Super Nova, but still, this figures to be the Tigers' toughest game of the season. A night game at Death Valley usually means, well, death, for the visiting team. The Gators' slim repeat hopes will hang in the balance.
4-Star: Kentucky at South Carolina (Thursday night) -- Is this where Kentucky's improbable joyride comes to an end? You'd almost have to say yes. Steve Spurrier is 14-0 all-time against the Wildcats.
3-Star: Wisconsin at Illinois -- Is there a less impressive undefeated team than Wisconsin? Don't think so. Tell you this much: No one is thinking about starting a fireronzook.com web site in Champagne right now.
2-Star: Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas -- Talk about a sudden fall. This went from potentially the second-biggest game of the week to just about an afterthought after both teams' stunning upset losses last week. OU has a lot more to be mad about, though.
1-Star: Ohio State at Purdue -- The Boilermakers made it to 5-0 by beating two MAC teams, Big Ten bottom feeder Minnesota and I-AA outfits Eastern Illinois and Notre Dame (oops, did I really write that?). Now comes the real test ... and it won't be close.