LSU (1.000) remained No. 1 in the BCS standings two days after whipping Arkansas, which slipped from No. 3 to No. 8.
Alabama (.955), fresh off trouncing rival Auburn, stayed at No. 2. The Tide, whose regular season is over, will watch LSU face Georgia in the SEC Championship Game this week.
Oklahoma State (.871) replaced Arkansas at No. 3, while No. 4 Stanford (.856) moved up to pass No. 5 Virginia Tech (.781).
Unbeaten Houston (.740), led by record-breaking quarterback Case Keenum, jumped two spots to No. 6, passing No. 7 Boise State (.703) and Arkansas (.700).
No. 9 Oregon (.686) passed No. 10 Oklahoma (.671) to round out the top 10.