Bluefield Daily Telegraph
— West Virginia placed 13th in the first Bowl Championship Series (BCS) standings of the season, released on Sunday evening.
The Mountaineers will host the No. 4 BCS team, Kansas State, this Saturday at 7 p.m. Eastern time in Morgantown.
The other Big 12 school rated higher than WVU is No. 9 Oklahoma, which will come to Morgantown on Nov. 17.
Alabama had a clear-cut edge as the top team in the BCS list. Florida was second, with Oregon and Kansas State very close to each other in the third and fourth spots.
For the complete BCS standings, and more news and sports, check the Monday edition of the Daily Telegraph.