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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Week 7 College Rankings

I'm not even going to bother with recaps this week, as nothing greatly surprising happened. Without further ado, here are the rankings-

#1 Florida- They did a good job of keeping Tebow from taking unnecessary abuse, since they realized they wouldn't need to score many points with their defense doing whatever it wanted to LSU.

#2 Texas- They get their first real challenge on Saturday against Oklahoma

#3 Alabama - They have tag teamed with South Carolina to incinerate Jevan Snead's draft stock. You may want to stay for senior year, kid.

#4 Boise State- Idle last week.

#5 Virginia Tech- They jumped over Ohio State for kicking Boston College's ass harder than Ohio State kicked Wisconsin's. It'll be an interesting match up for them this week as they draw the UNSTOPPABLE TRIPLE OPTION of Georgia Tech.

#6 Ohio State- All signs point to November 14th, in Columbus against Iowa, being one hell of a game.

#7 USC- They get Notre Dame this weekend, and that should either prove that the Washington game was a fluke, or continue to piss me off by allowing a not-really-that-good Notre Dame team to keep winning games.

#8 Oklahoma State- They're as shaky as it comes for a top ten team, but we'll see how they handle Texas in a few weeks.

#9 Cincinnati- Idle, and the Big East still sucks.

#10 Iowa- My esteemed colleague Iggins! seems to think Michigan State will be their biggest test, but I personally think the only thing standing between them and the BCS is Ohio State. And believe me, I f*&king hate that fact.

#11 TCU- They stay on track for BCS busting with a win over Air Force.

#12 Georgia Tech- The triple option made for one of the more exciting ACC games in years with its 49-44 win over Florida State. The game against Virginia Tech is definitely a must watch.

#13 Miami- Their schedule is pretty soft the rest of the way.

#14 Penn State- A big win over Eastern Illinois means nothing, so..yeah.

#15 Oklahoma- It's a bit high for a 3-2 team, yes, but they're better than that. The game against Texas is a must-win.

#16 Oregon- They've fully recovered from the Boise State debacle, and the game against USC is looking like the Pac 10 game of the year.

#17 LSU- Their offense leaves much to be desired.

#18 Kansas- Todd Reesing is a man.

#19 Nebraska- Their defense is really good. The way they took over the fourth quarter against Mizzou was extremely impressive.

#20 BYU- I don't trust them, but they've played well since the anomaly of a loss to Florida State.

#21 South Carolina- This won't last. At all.

#22 Notre Dame- Neither will this.

#23 South Florida- Seriously, I'm just pulling shit out of my ass here. It's a bad year for competence.

#24 Central Michigan- I like their quarterback, Dan LeFevour (and so does Mel Kiper. I'm smarter than Mel, of course, but keep an eye on him come combine/draft time), and they're 5-1 with their only loss being a tough one to a pretty good Arizona team.

#25 Oregon State- Because they beat last week's number 25?

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