My College Football Top 25
1.) LSU (3-0) - Overall a better team than USC, and from a better conference
2.) USC (2-0) - Played better this week against Nebraska than they did against Idaho
3.) Oklahoma (3-0) - No reason to doubt them -- yet
4.) Florida (3-0) - October 6 at LSU will be all important in the championship defense
5.) West Virginia (3-0) - Road win vs. Maryland was nice, but is the Big East good enough?
6.) California (3-0) - Could run the table until November 10 meeting with USC
7.) Ohio State (3-0) - Looked very good in Washington this week -- class of the Big Ten?
8.) Texas (3-0) - Have yet to really win big -- and a close game against UCF looks bad
9.) Penn State (3-0) - Three wins against three bad teams -- how good are they?
10.) Wisconsin (3-0) - Tied at 21 at the half against Citadel is rough -- but at least they won
11.) Boston College (3-0) - Starting to look like an ACC title threat
12.) Rutgers (3-0) - Weak schedule so far -- like Penn State, they could be good or bad
13.) South Carolina (3-0) - Spurrier has them playing well, but LSU is next on the sched
14.) Oregon (3-0) - Very impressive through three games
15.) Clemson (3-0) - Could be a spoiler in the ACC
16.) Virginia Tech (2-1) - Still the favorites to win the ACC, but they have competition
17.) Alabama (3-0) - Big late win against Arkansas makes Alabama very interesting
18.) Nebraska (2-1) - Losing to USC -- even at home -- doesn't drop you very far
19.) Hawaii (3-0) - Colt Brennan didn't reach 300 yards passing? Whaaaaaa?
20.) Georgia (2-1) - Matchup vs. Alabama next week will prove which team is legit
21.) Louisville (2-1) - Great offense, but no defense to speak of
22.) Texas A&M (3-0) - Big numbers three weeks in a row, with the Hurricanes up next
23.) Georgia Tech (2-1) - Tough loss to BC, but still in the ACC picture
24.) South Florida (2-0) - Only real win was against Auburn, who's fading
25.) Arkansas (2-1) - Heartbreaking loss to 'Bama has to be tough to swallow
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