The full BCS standings can be found below.Here it is, our first #BCS simulation of the season: Computer support for LSU and Ohio State sneak both teams past Clemson, Auburn leads the pack of the once-defeated, and Alabama starts off as No. 1 pic.twitter.com/Pf3W5iZThu— BCSKnowHow.com (@BCSKnowHow) October 14, 2019There is a strong chance this year we have more than two teams with 13-0 marks after the conference title games. If that happened under the BCS system, it would surely cause controversy.The first College Football Playoff rankings of the season will be revealed three weeks from tomorrow, on Tuesday, Nov. 5. NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: (L-R) Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes shakes hands with head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide prior to the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)We are still a few weeks away from the unveiling of the first College Football Playoff rankings for the 2019 season. All eyes will be on which teams occupy the first four spots.This is the sixth season of the College Football Playoff. It’s not a perfect system (what is?) but most would agree it is an improvement over the defunct BCS and Bowl Coalition methods of yesteryear.Even though the BCS is dead and gone, it is always interesting to take a look at what the standings would be if the system still existed. The website BCSKnowHow.com handles the simulated computer ratings on a weekly basis.The first unofficial BCS rankings of 2019 are out. If they were the real thing, Alabama and Ohio State would meet in the national title game, with Clemson and LSU right behind them.