While Oklahoma is the clear No. 1 in the human polls, the computers still prefer Alabama. Four of the five computer rankings have the Crimson Tide No. 1. Alabama is second in the other computer poll, the Massey Ratings – behind Vanderbilt.
Anderson & Hester released its rankings for the first time this season, leaving Wolfe as the only BCS component that isn't public.
Alabama and LSU switched spots in the Billingsley rankings after the Tide defeated previously unbeaten Kentucky.
In the Massey Ratings, Vanderbilt moved from No. 3 to No. 1 with a win over Auburn. Missouri moved up nine spots, to third, after defeating Nebraska.
The computer rankings have Oklahoma all over the top 10. The Sooners are second in Billingsley's rankings, fifth in the Massey Ratings, sixth in the Sagarin rankings and the Colley Matrix and seventh in the Anderson & Hester rankings.
Look for Big 12 teams to get a boost this week with two games between undefeated teams: Texas-Oklahoma and Oklahoma State-Missouri.
Keep in mind the computer rankings are expected to look more and more "normal" as conference play begins and more data becomes available.
David Fox is a national writer for Rivals.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.