Who gets to vote for the Div. I-A polls such as the BCS polls and AP polls? Can normal people like us vote. What I found out was – BCS Computer Rankings Six computer rankings will be used for 2006: Jeff Sagarin (Visit site) (Jeff Sagarin's BCS rankings appear in red on the chart) Anderson & Hester (Visit site) Richard Billingsley (Visit site) Colley Matrix (Visit site) Kenneth Massey (Visit site) Dr. Peter Wolfe (Visit site) A team's highest and lowest computer ranking will be discarded from figuring a team's computer poll average. Points will be assigned in inverse order of ranking from 1-25. The four remaining computer scores will be averaged and the total will be calculated as a percentage of 100. All three componentsThe Harris Interactive Poll, the USA And so today Coaches Poll and the computer rankingsshall be added together and averaged for a team's ranking in the BCS standings. The team with the highest average shall rank first in the BCS standings.
Oklahoma Sooners vs USC Trojans. January 4th, 2005. Miami, Florida.