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BOISE -- For the second straight week, Boise State has been left out of the BCS Standings, despite being ranked in the human polls that make up two-thirds of the BCS.

The Broncos are currently sitting at No. 27 in the BCS Standings.

Earlier in the day Boise State moved up two spots in the USA Today Coaches Poll to No. 22 and stood still at No. 23 in the Harris Interactive Poll. Those polls make up the human component of the BCS Standings.

However, the BCS computers were unimpressed with Boise State's 49-14 drubbing of Hawaii (1-8, 0-6 MWC) on Saturday, and lowered the Broncos average out of the top 25.

At the top of the standings, Kansas State and Oregon are now on course to play for the BCS national championship.

After Alabama was upset by Texas A&M, the new BCS standings have the Wildcats (.9674) first and the Ducks (.9497) second.

Notre Dame (.9396) is third, not too far behind, but most likely in need of a loss by Oregon or Kansas State to reach the title game on Jan. 7 in Miami.

As for Alabama's run at three championships in four seasons, and the Southeastern Conference's string of six straight BCS titles, both need help to continue.

BCS Standings

1. Kansas State .9674
2. Oregon .9497
3. Notre Dame .9396
4. Alabama .8534
5. Georgia .8328
6. Florida .7955
7. LSU .7331
8. Texas A&M .6621
9. South Carolina .6349
10. Florida State .6071
11. Clemson .5921
12. Oklahoma .5797
13. Stanford .5705
14. Nebraska .4679
15. Texas .4259
16. Oregon State .4161
17. UCLA .2925
18. USC .2769
19. Louisville .2159
20. Louisiana Tech .1911
21. Michigan .1665
22. Rutgers .1529
23. Texas Tech .1416
24. Oklahoma State .1088
25. Washington .0850

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