The wait is on for the announcement of the final BCS standings, which will determine the national title game.
In the meantime, we have a few clues to let us know which matchup we might see, as early signs are pointing towards a title game featuring the Oklahoma Sooners and the Florida Gators.
Oklahoma, fresh off their rout of Missouri on Saturday night in the Big 12 Championship game, reclaimed the No. 1 spot in the USA Today coaches poll by collecting 31 first-place votes. Florida moves to No. 2, with 26 first-place votes, after defeating then-No. 1 Alabama for the Southeastern Conference title on Saturday. Texas is third, but the idle Longhorns received four first-place votes from the coaches -- an increase over last week's poll which had the 'Horns earning zero first-place votes.
Alabama dropped into a tie for fourth with Southern Cal.
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The first set of computer rankings have been released as well. The Sagarin rankings mimic the coaches poll, with Oklahoma (96.38) in first, Florida in second (94.76) and Texas (94.64) in third.
Big 12 South co-champion Texas Tech (90.75) is in fourth place in the Sagarin computer rankings. Five sets of computer rankings, along with the Harris Interactive poll will be announced later this afternoon.
In the Associated Press Top 25 poll, which is not a part of the BCS ranking system, Florida replaced Alabama as No. 1. Oklahoma and Texas were placed second and third, respectively. Alabama is fourth.
The official BCS Bowl announcement show begins at 7 p.m. on KDFW/Ch. 4.