Courtesy of the 29-24 loss to Texas A&M, the Alabama
Crimson Tide have been ousted from the top of the BCS standings, and currently
find themselves holding steady at No. 4.
standing tall as the new BCS No. 1, the one-loss Tide will now find it
paramount to finish victorious in respect to their own schedule, but also hope
that at least two of the top three teams suffer a loss. While the Crimson Tide
players will focus on what they can control, a large majority of Alabama
fans will openly cheer for a little help.
at No. 4, here is a look at the remaining schedules for the current top-three