NEW YORK (AP) -All the top teams took care of their business and the BCS standings were unchanged at the top Sunday, with Alabama and Texas Tech holding the top two spots and Florida, Texas and Oklahoma poised to move up.
The Crimson Tide ran away from Mississippi State in the second half of a 32-7 victory that kept Alabama on top of both the USA Today coaches' poll and the Harris poll. Alabama has a .9787 BCS average.
Texas Tech (.9698) remained second in the polls and first according to the computer ratings during a week off. The Red Raiders head into their fourth straight game against a ranked opponent, this time at Oklahoma, in control of their national title and Big 12 championship hopes.
The Sooners also had the week off, while Florida and Texas both had blowout victories.

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