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Florida Gators No. 6 in BCS Standings

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Alabama stays atop the BCS Standings after its 21-17 come-from-behind victory against LSU in Death Valley. The defending national champs hope to extend the SEC’s streak of BCS National Championship game appearance to seven straight seasons.

Kansas State comes in at No. 2 in the latest BCS Standings, followed by Oregon, Notre Dame and Georgia. LSU falls to No. 7. South Carolina comes in at No. 8 and Florida State is No. 10.

That’s five SEC teams in the top 8 and seven of the top-21 spots.Texas A&M is No. 15 and Mississippi State is No. 21.

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Mike Capshaw brings a wealth of experience to the Gator Country team. He’s been overseeing all editorial aspects of GatorCountry.com and Gator Country magazine by managing our team of staffers, interns and freelancers. He is now moving into a bigger role as a reporter by covering the football and basketball beats as well as providing coverage of all sports on campus. Mike’s 15 years in the business has included more than six years of covering SEC sports and recruiting at a daily newspaper in Arkansas. He has also helped launch a newspaper, magazines, websites and even a sports talk radio show. Because Mike puts family ahead of his career, he left the place where he was established when his wife received an opportunity to further her career at UF. He took a leap of faith that he could find a job in the Gainesville area and worked for a year at a newspaper group before joining the Gator Country family in November, 2011. Mike has won Florida Press Association awards for Best Sports Game Story and Best Sports Feature Story in the past two years as well as a company-wide award at his former newspaper group that includes some 60 publications, for Excellence in Sports Reporting. You can follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeCapshawGC.

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Alabama stays atop the BCS Standings after its 21-17 come-from-behind victory against LSU in Death Valley. The defending national champs hope to extend the SEC’s streak of BCS National Championship game appearance to seven straight seasons.

Kansas State comes in at No. 2 in the latest BCS Standings, followed by Oregon, Notre Dame and Georgia. LSU falls to No. 7. South Carolina comes in at No. 8 and Florida State is No. 10.

That’s five SEC teams in the top 8 and seven of the top-21 spots.Texas A&M is No. 15 and Mississippi State is No. 21.

Mike Capshaw mike@gatorcountry.com Author Mike Capshaw brings a wealth of experience to the Gator Country team. He’s been overseeing all editorial aspects of GatorCountry.com and Gator Country magazine by managing our team of staffers, interns and freelancers. He is now moving into a bigger role as a reporter by covering the football and basketball beats as well as providing coverage of all sports on campus. Mike’s 15 years in the business has included more than six years of covering SEC sports and recruiting at a daily newspaper in Arkansas. He has also helped launch a newspaper, magazines, websites and even a sports talk radio show. Because Mike puts family ahead of his career, he left the place where he was established when his wife received an opportunity to further her career at UF. He took a leap of faith that he could find a job in the Gainesville area and worked for a year at a newspaper group before joining the Gator Country family in November, 2011. Mike has won Florida Press Association awards for Best Sports Game Story and Best Sports Feature Story in the past two years as well as a company-wide award at his former newspaper group that includes some 60 publications, for Excellence in Sports Reporting. You can follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeCapshawGC. GatorCountry.com
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