STANFORD MOVES TO FOURTH IN BCS

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Stanford beat Southern California, 56-48, in triple overtime on Saturday in Los Angeles. (Jae C. Hong/AP)

STANFORD'S first win of the season against a ranked team helped Andrew Luck and the Cardinal move up in the BCS standings.

While LSU (8-0), Alabama (8-0) and Oklahoma State (8-0) remained locked into the top three spots in the standings released last night, Stanford moved up two places to fourth after beating Southern California, 56-48, in triple overtime.

Boise State (7-0) slipped a spot to fifth, while Clemson (7-1) fell from fifth to 11th after its first loss.

LSU and Alabama will play Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for first place and the inside track to the BCS national championship game.

Oklahoma State seems to be in position to win out and reach the title game in New Orleans on Jan. 9. The computer ratings have the Cowboys No. 1.