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Virginia Tech - Team of Week
Photo – Safety Taylor Mays – Southern Cal
Gators Bye Week Helps Tim Tebow Recover
1. Florida (4-0) – Gators blitzed the Wildcats but Tebow hurt entering bye week.
2. Texas (4-0) – Longhorns always get off to great start.
3. Alabama (4-0) – Tide continues to crush opponents.
4. LSU (4-0) – Tigers held on to win with a tough goal line stand vs Miss St
5. Boise St (4-0) - Broncos might not get tested during the regular season.
6. Oklahoma (2-1 – Sooners well rested with Miami coming up.
7. USC (3-1) – Talented Trojans beat the other Washington state team on Saturday.
8. Ohio St (3-1) – Buckeyes bombed a lackluster Illinois club last Saturday.
9. Virginia Tech (3-1) – Tech moves into top ten with an impressive win over Miami.
10. Texas Christian (3-0) – Horned Frogs taking care of business in the early going.
11. Oregon (3-1) – Ducks crushed Cal in a critical Pac 10 matchup.
12. Cincinnati (4-0) - Cats will get the BCS nervous this season.
13. Iowa (4-0) – Hawkeyes surprised an overrated Penn St club.
14. Kansas (4-0) - Jayhawks get a bye week before making run at Big 12 title.
15. California (3-1) – Bears have to regroup quickly with Southern Cal coming in this week.
16. Mississippi (2-1) – Rebels came up flat on national stage vs South Carolina.
17. South Florida (4-0) – Won for the first time vs Top Three In Florida.
18. Penn St (3-1) – Nittany Lions looked like an average club vs Iowa.
19. Auburn (4-0) – Tigers hit the road for two SEC games.
20. Houston (3-0) - Cougars won a thriller over Texas Tech.
21. Oklahoma St (3-1) – Cowboys light up the scoreboard every week.
22. Miami (2-1) – Canes hope to rebound vs Oklahoma this week.
23. Georgia (3-1) – Bulldogs get LSU at home this week in pivotal SEC clash.
24. Michigan (4-0) – Wolverines face big road tests vs Michigan St and Iowa.
25. BYU (3-1) – Cougars headed for late season showdowns with TCU and Utah.
Frank Coyle is a longtime Member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe, etc. He is a voter for the Super 16 College Team Polls throughout the season that will present Grantland Rice award to the national champion in January 2010. He is also a voter for Players of the Week and for the FWAA All-American teams at the conclusion of each season.