I mean, they're all undefeated, so it's a judgment call. You can't say someone would lose until there's evidence that they can be beaten. So it really comes down to who scheduled like a champion and has performed the best against that schedule. 1. Florida State has destroyed every team it's played. Right now, they'd be my #1 because they have absolutely destroyed the ranked teams they have played this year. Strongest schedule, imo, of the undefeated BCS teams and they haven't really been challenged. Not a lot left on the schedule, though. This is based on where they are now. Finishing the year with Wake, Cuse, Idaho and a down Florida isn't going to do them any favors. They better hope that Miami wins out and gives them the rematch in the ACC Championship or their schedule is going to start looking like dog****. 2. Oregon is my #2. Again, destroying everyone. That includes a 21-point road win against a Top 25 Washington team that circles the Oregon game every year as its primary rival and a 28-point destruction of a ranked UCLA. Also, while UVA and Tennessee aren't very good this year, I do give a team props for scheduling 2 BCS opponents on top of the 9 conference games it was looking at. Stanford this week is the biggest one left. And they need either ASU or UCLA to go into the Pac-12 championship game at 10-2. 3. Alabama comes in here. I'm giving credit for scheduling VA Tech in a neutral opener and whipping them. They also blanked a good Ole Miss team. That 7-point win at aTm is a big victory, but it doesn't scream "#1 team in the country". One of my big beefs with them is that when you only play 8 conference games, miss Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Missouri from the East, don't schedule a road non-conference game, and then put CSU, Georgia State and Chattanooga on your schedule, I refuse to put you ahead of teams that tried to play a championship schedule. 4. Ohio State. Only because they beat the 2 ranked teams on their schedule already and at least tried to play a good team by scheduling a road game at Cal. They're on the outside looking in unless a couple of the above teams lose. But "trying" isn't "doing" and they really haven't played anyone. B1G isn't doing them any favors this year. Impressive, though, that they continued to roll teams with their backup QB in. 5. Clemson. One loss where they got crushed by my #1. Props for opening with a win over a pre-injury Georgia squad that was a Top 5 team at the time while also having South Carolina on the schedule to close the year. They get the nod as the top 1-loss squad for actually trying to play someone. 6. Stanford. At least they play Notre Dame in the non-conference on top of 9 conference games. The craptastic non-conference schedules among these other teams are unreal. But you can't lose to Utah. 7. Baylor. They've been putting up video game numbers. But, by far the best team they've played is 4-4 KSU and they only beat them by 10. Playing Wofford, Buffalo and LA-Monroe in the non-conference is a joke. We'll find out a lot about them the next few weeks when they finally hit the meat of their Big 12 schedule: Oklahoma, Texas Tech, @Oklahoma State, @TCU, Texas. 8. Auburn. Nothing special in the non-conference, which was highlighted by a 7-point home win against Washington State. But their only loss was by 14 points at LSU (no shame in that) and their best win was a 4-point victory at Texas A&M (best victory on the board among these 1-loss teams). 9. Michigan State. Way higher than the voters have them. But their only loss was by 4 points at Notre Dame. They've got a Top 10 defense and they run the ball very well. That defense dominated a Michigan offense today that was scoring at a Top 10 pace. 10. Oklahoma. Won by 2 TDs at Notre Dame. Compared to what others have scheduled in the non-conference, that's a juggernaut schedule. And they took care of a pretty good Texas Tech today. Getting destroyed by Texas almost made me move them out in favor of Miami, Oklahoma State or Missouri -- but have you seen those schedules? Tried to entertain undefeated Fresno State here, but they may not beat Nevada tonight and we're looking at a 1-point home OT win vs Rutgers, a 1-point home win vs Boise State, a 5-point win at Hawaii, and a 7-point road win at San Diego State. Ugh. Honestly, some 2-loss teams like aTm, UCLA, Arizona State and LSU are probably better than all of the 1-loss teams I considered for this 10 spot.