NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The real speculation of who's No. 1 in college football will heat up this weekend when the first BCS poll comes out Sunday evening.It may be too soon to tell as we approach the halfway point, but this season is shaping up to be less controversial. Many observers would agree that LSU, Oklahoma and Alabama are the three best teams so far. Not far behind would be Wisconsin, Stanford and Boise State among the unbeaten. Clemson and Oklahoma State, also unbeaten, look as if they could stay in the picture. The other ranked unbeatens who may say, "Hey, what about us?" are Michigan, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kansas State and Houston. But Alabama and LSU will meet on Nov. 5 in an SEC West clash. Oklahoma will tussle with Oklaoma State on Dec. 3, and Clemson has Georgia Tech on Oct. 29. The ranks of the unbeaten will undergo attrition, but it's a pretty good bet that the SEC champion will have a place at the table in the BCS title game Jan. 9 in New Orleans (SEC country), particularly if that team goes undefeated. The Corner raised its picks record to 20-6 on the season, thanks to a 4-1 week last week. Now, on to some college gridiron.