The Gators premiere at 10 in the first BCS standings of the year, in large part because the computers hate us. They’ve got the Gators at No. 12, and two of the formulas don’t even have us in their top 15.
Losing to a 3-4 at home will do that, but beating Georgia and having the Big 12 schedule play itself out will help immensely. After all, the Gators still play in what is perceived by the human voters to be the toughest conference in America. Should Florida manage to make it through the rest of the season unscathed, there’s nothing to worry about.
Full analysis of what the BCS standings mean for the SEC over at Team Speed Kills.