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#1 Sooners’ Face Florida St in Top Ten Matchup This Saturday

This is DraftInsiders.com weekly 2011 season College Poll. We will have weekly polls thru the season & postseason in our College Football Mondays blog column.

Team of Week - South Carolina

Photo - WR Alshon Jeffery - South Carolina

Draft Insiders.com Top 25 Poll
(This year’s record in parentheses)

1. Oklahoma (1-0)
2. LSU (2-0)
3. Alabama (2-0)
4. Stanford (2-0)
5. Boise St (2-0)
6. Nebraska (2-0)
7. Oklahoma St (2-0)
8. Texas A&M (1-0)
9. Florida St (2-0)
10. Wisconsin (2-0)
11. South Carolina (2-0)
12. Oregon (1-1)
13. Michigan St (2-0)
14. Virginia Tech (2-0)
15. West Virginia (2-0)
16. Arkansas (2-0)
17. Ohio St (2-0)
18. Florida (2-0)
19. Texas (2-0)
20. Baylor (1-0)
21. Auburn (2-0)
22. South Florida (2-0)
23. Arizona St (2-0)
24. Michigan (2-0)
25. TCU (1-1)

AP Top 25 Poll
Rank / Name / W / L / Previous

1 Oklahoma - 1 0 / 1
2 Alabama - 2 0 / 3
3 LSU - 2 0 / 2
4 Boise St. - 1 0 / 4
5 Florida St. - 2 0 / 5
6 Stanford - 2 0 / 6
7 Wisconsin - 2 0 / 8
8 Oklahoma St. - 2 0 / 9
9 Texas A&M - 1 0 / 7
10 South Carolina - 2 0 / 10
11 Nebraska - 2 0 / 12
12 Oregon - 1 1 / 13
13 Virginia Tech - 2 0 / 11
14 Arkansas - 2 0 / 14
15 Michigan St. - 2 0 / 17
16 Florida - 2 0 / 18
17 Ohio St. - 2 0 / 15
18 West Virginia - 2 0 / 19
19 Baylor - 1 0 / 20
20 South Florida - 2 0 / 22
21 Auburn - 2 0 / NR
22 Arizona St. - 2 0 / NR
23 TCU - 1 1 / 25
23 Texas - 2 0 / 24
25 Mississippi St. - 1 1 / 16

Coaches Top 25 Poll
Rank Team (first-place votes) Record

1. Oklahoma (44) - 1-0
2. Alabama (8) - 2-0
3. LSU (7) - 2-0
4. Boise St - 2-0
5. Florida St - 2-0
6. Stanford - 2-0
7. Oklahoma St - 2-0
9. Wisconsin - 2-0
8. Texas A&M - 2-0
10. Nebraska - 2-0
11. South Carolina - 2-0
12. Virginia Tech - 2-0
13 Arkansas - 2-0
14. Oregon - 1-1
15. Michigan St - 2-0
16. Ohio St - 2-0
17. Florida - 2-0
18. Arizona St - 2-0
19. Auburn - 2-0
20. West Virginia - 2-0
21. Texas - 2-0
22. South Florida - 2-0
23.TCU - 1-1
24. Baylor - 1-0
25. Mississippi St - 1-1

Dropped out
No. 19 Missouri (1-1, lost to then-No. 23 Arizona State 37-30 OT), No. 20 Penn State (1-1, lost to No. 2 Alabama 27-11).

Others receiving votes
Michigan 97; Central Florida 49; Houston 43; Northwestern 31; Penn State 29; North Carolina 23;
Missouri 21; Tennessee 21; Georgia Tech 9; Maryland 9; Clemson 8; Washington 7; California 6; San Diego State 3; Georgia 2; Iowa State 2; Brigham Young 1.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

Sooners’ Head Draft Insiders.com, AP and Coaches Top 25 Teams

Sooners’ Head Draft Insiders.com, AP and Coaches Top 25 Teams

This is DraftInsiders.com first weekly 2011 season College Poll. We will have weekly polls thru the season & postseason in our College Football Mondays blog column.

WR Ryan Broyles - Oklahoma

Team of the Week- Baylor

Draft Insiders.com Top 25 Poll
(This year’s record in parentheses)

1. Oklahoma (1-0)
2. LSU (1-0)
3. Alabama (1-0)
4. Stanford (1-0)
5. Boise St (1-0)
6. Nebraska (1-0)
7. Oklahoma St (1-0)
8. Texas A&M (1-0)
9. Florida St (1-0)
10. Wisconsin (1-0)
11. South Carolina (1-0)
12. Oregon (0-1)
13. Michigan St (1-0)
14. Virginia Tech (1-0)
15. West Virginia (1-0)
16. Penn St. (1-0)
17. Arkansas (1-0)
18. Ohio St (1-0)
19. Mississippi St (1-0)
20. Florida (1-0)
21. Texas (1-0)
22. Baylor (1-0)
23. Missouri (1-0)
24. South Florida (1-0)
25. TCU (0-1)

AP Top 25 Poll
Rank / Name / W L / Previous Week

1 Oklahoma - 1-0 /1
2 LSU - 1-0 /4
3 Alabama - 1-0 /2
4 Boise St. - 1-0 /5
5 Florida St. - 1-0 /6
6 Stanford - 1-0 /7
7 Texas A&M - 1-0 /8
8 Wisconsin - 1-0 /11
9 Oklahoma St. - 1-0 /9
10 Nebraska - 1-0 /10
11 Virginia Tech - 1-0 /13
12 South Carolina - 1-0 /12
13 Oregon - 0-1 /3
14 Arkansas - 1-0 /15
15 Ohio St. - 1-0 /18
16 Mississippi St. - 1-0 /20
17 Michigan St. - 1-0 /17
18 Florida - 1-0 /22
19 West Virginia - 1-0 /24
20 Baylor - 1-0 /NR
21 Missouri - 1-0 /21
22 South Florida - 1-0 /NR
23 Penn St. - 1-0 /NR
24 Texas - 1-0 /NR
25 TCU - 0-1 /14

Coaches Top 25 Poll
Rank Team (first-place votes) Record

1. Oklahoma (43) - 1-0
2. Alabama (9) - 1-0
3. LSU (7) - 1-0
4. Florida St - 1-0
5. Boise St - 1-0
6. Stanford - 1-0
7. Oklahoma St - 1-0
8. Texas A&M - 1-0
9. Wisconsin - 1-0
10. Nebraska - 1-0
11. Virginia Tech - 1-0
12. South Carolina - 1-0
13 Arkansas - 1-0
14. Oregon - 0-1
15. Ohio St - 1-0
16. Michigan St - 1-0
17. Mississippi St - 1-0
18. Florida - 1-0
19. Missouri - 1-0
20. Penn St - 1-0
21. Texas - 1-0
22. Auburn - 1-0
23. Arizona St - 1-0
24. West Virginia - 1-0
25.TCU - 0-1

Dropped out
No. 18 Notre Dame (0-1, lost to South Florida 23-20), No. 22 Georgia (0-1, lost to then-No. 7 Boise State 35-21).

Others receiving votes
Baylor 117; South Florida 97; Iowa 44; Utah 42; Georgia 35; Houston 31; Northwestern 30; Arizona 28; Central Florida 18; Hawaii 17; Michigan 15;North Carolina 15; Clemson 13; Northern Illinois 13; Southern Mississippi 12; Air Force 10; Notre Dame 8; Tennessee 5; Brigham Young 4; Maryland 4; Georgia Tech 3; Washington 3; California 1; Cincinnati 1; Texas Tech 1.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

Oklahoma Edges Alabama in 1st Coaches Poll

2011 Preseason Coaches Poll
(total points received)

DraftInsiders.com will post our 2011 Preseason College Poll
in late August & weekly thru the season & postseason

Photo - QB Andrew Luck - Stanford

Final 2010 First-place
Rank /School (2010 record) / Points

1. Oklahoma (12-2) 1454
2. Alabama (10-3) 1414
3. Oregon (12-1) 1309
4. LSU (11-2) 1296
5. Florida State (10-4) 1116
6. Stanford (12-1) 1101
7. Boise State (12-1) 1065
8. Oklahoma State (11-2) 933
9. Texas A&M (9-4) 885
10. Wisconsin (11-2) 829
11. Nebraska (10-4) 814
12. South Carolina (9-5) 779
13. Virginia Tech (11-3) 767
14. Arkansas (10-3) 750
15. TCU (13-0) 687
16. Ohio State (12-1) 631
17. Michigan State (11-2) 536
18. Notre Dame (8-5) 440
19. Auburn (14-0) 329
20. Mississippi State (9-4) 301
21. Missouri (10-3) 266
22. Georgia (6-7) 260
23. Florida (8-5) 240
24. Texas (5-7) 162
25. Penn State (7-6) 161

Others receiving votes (with 2010 records): Arizona State (6-6) 158; West Virginia (9-4) 149; Utah (10-3) 50; Miami (Fla.) (7-6) 49; Iowa (8-5) 41; Northwestern (7-6) 30; Arizona (7-6) 28; Central Florida (11-3) 22; Michigan (7-6) 19; Air Force (9-4) 15; North Carolina (8-5) 14; Houston (5-7) 13; South Florida (8-5) 9; Hawaii (10-4) 8; Clemson (6-7) 7; Tennessee (6-7) 7; Southern Miss (8-5) 6; Brigham Young (7-6) 5; North Carolina State (9-4) 4; Northern Illinois (11-3) 4; Oregon State (5-7) 4; Pittsburgh (8-5) 3; Washington (7-6) 3; Georgia Tech (6-7) 1; Nevada (13-1) 1.

Big Three Remain Undefeated – Top 25 Polls

Top 25 Teams - Week 12
Draft Insiders' - BCS - AP - Coaches - Harris Polls

Photo - Cam Newton - Auburn

Team of the Week - Auburn

Draft Insiders' - Top 25 Teams
1. Texas Christian (12-0)
2. Oregon (11-0)
3. Auburn (12-0)
4. Wisconsin (11-1)
5 Stanford (11-1)
6. Ohio St (11-1)
7. Michigan St. (11-1)
8. Arkansas (10-2)
9. Oklahoma (10-2)
10. LSU (10-2)
11. Boise St (10-1)
12. Virginia Tech (10-2)
13. Nevada (11-1)
14. Missouri (10-2)
15. Oklahoma St. (10-2)
16. Nebraska (10-2)
17. Alabama (9-3)
18. South Carolina (9-3)
19. Texas A&M (9-3)
20. Florida St. (9-3)
21. Utah ((10-2)
22. Mississippi St (8-4)
23. West Virginia (8-3)
24. Northern Illinois (10-2)
25. Arizona (7-4)

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 weekly Team and Player Awards

BCS Rankings - Week 7
Rank School Total Prev Rank

1 Auburn (12-0) .9779 2
2 Oregon (11-0) .9777 1
3 TCU (12-0) .9167 3
4 Stanford (11-1) .8413 6
5 Wisconsin (11-1) .8185 7
6 Ohio State (11-1) .7632 8
7 Arkansas (10-2) .7189 12
8 Michigan State (11-1) .6980 10
9 Oklahoma (10-2) .6780 13
10 LSU (10-2) .6067 5
11 Boise State (10-1) .5805 4
12 Missouri (10-2) .5148 14
13 Nebraska (10-2) .5071 15
14 Oklahoma State (10-2) .4630 9
15 Virginia Tech (10-2) .4396 16
16 Alabama (9-3) .4201 11
17 Nevada (11-1) .4043 19
18 Texas A&M (9-3) .3910 17
19 South Carolina (9-3) .3817 18
20 Utah (10-2) .2254 20
21 Florida State (9-3) .2125 22
22 Mississippi State (8-4) .1630 25
23 Arizona (7-4) .0713 21
24 West Virginia (8-3) .0542 NR
25 Northern Illinois (10-2) .0482 NR

The Harris Interactive poll, Coaches' poll and computer rankings each comprise one-third of the BCS standings.

To derive the three percentages, each team is assigned a point total (1 for No. 1, 2 for No. 2, etc.) The two poll percentages are calculated by dividing each team’s point total by a maximum 2825 possible points (Harris) and 1475 possible points (USA Today). The computer rankings percentage is calculated by dropping the highest and lowest ranking for each team and then dividing the remaining total by 100 (the maximum possible points). The BCS Average is calculated by averaging the percentage totals of the Harris Interactive Poll, USA Today poll, and computer rankings. The teams’ BCS Averages are ranked to produce the BCS standings. The six computer ranking providers are Anderson & Hester, Richard Billingsley, Colley Matrix, Kenneth Massey, Jeff Sagarin and Peter Wolfe. Each computer ranking provider accounts for schedule strength within its formula.

AP Top 25 Teams
Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st) / Previous Week Ranking

1 Oregon (11-0) 1475 (36) 1
2 Auburn (12-0) 1456 (23) 2
3 TCU (12-0) 1383 (1) 4
4 Wisconsin (11-1) 1289 5
5 Stanford (11-1) 1283 7
6 Ohio State (11-1) 1184 8
7 Michigan State (11-1) 1098 11
8 Arkansas (10-2) 1094 12
9 Boise State (10-1) 908 3
10 Oklahoma (10-2) 886 14
11 LSU (10-2) 856 6
12 Virginia Tech (10-2) 761 13
13 Nebraska (10-2) 740 16
14 Nevada (11-1) 736 19
15 Missouri (10-2) 691 15
16 Oklahoma State (10-2) 599 10
17 Alabama (9-3) 597 9
18 South Carolina (9-3) 591 18
19 Texas A&M (9-3) 582 17
20 Florida State (9-3) 356 22
21 Utah (10-2) 249 23
22 Mississippi State (8-4) 224 25
23 West Virginia (8-3) 147 NR
24 Northern Illinois (10-2) 130 NR
25 Hawaii (9-3) 43 NR

Others: Arizona (34) , Maryland (29) , Tulsa (28) , Connecticut (16) , Navy (14) , UCF (12) , San Diego State (5) , North Carolina State (2) , Air Force (2)

Coaches Poll -Top 25 Teams
Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st) / Previous Week Ranking

1 Oregon (11-0) 1459 (46) 1
2 Auburn (12-0) 1419 (10) 2
3 TCU (12-0) 1343 (3) 4
4 Wisconsin (11-1) 1282 5
5 Stanford (11-1) 1233 8
6 Ohio State (11-1) 1213 7
7 Michigan State (11-1) 1083 10
8 Arkansas (10-2) 1012 12
9 Oklahoma (10-2) 943 13
10 Boise State (10-1) 869 3
11 Virginia Tech (10-2) 843 14
12 LSU (10-2) 796 6
13 Nebraska (10-2) 773 15
14 Missouri (10-2) 666 16
15 Oklahoma State (10-2) 661 9
16 South Carolina (9-3) 626 17
17 Nevada (11-1) 621 19
18 Texas A&M (9-3) 503 18
19 Alabama (9-3) 501 11
20 Florida State (9-3) 353 21
21 Utah (10-2) 291 22
22 Mississippi State (8-4) 223 25
23 Northern Illinois (10-2) 130 NR
24 West Virginia (8-3) 110 NR
25 UCF (9-3) 62 NR

Others: Arizona (47) , Hawaii (40) , Maryland (34) , North Carolina State (18) , San Diego State (11) , Navy (4) , Tulsa (3) , Iowa (1) , Air Force (1) , South Florida (1)

Harris Poll -Top 25 Teams
This was the 7th week of the Harris Poll. It will be weekly through the championship game.

Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st)
1 Oregon (11-0) 2804 (70) 1
2 Auburn (12-0) 2769 (42) 2
3 TCU (12-0) 2621 (2) 4
4 Wisconsin (11-1) 2441 5
5 Stanford (11-1) 2417 7
6 Ohio State (11-1) 2301 8
7 Michigan State (11-1) 2080 10
8 Arkansas (10-2) 1997 12
9 Oklahoma (10-2) 1809 13
10 Boise State (10-1) 1802 3
11 LSU (10-2) 1569 6
12 Virginia Tech (10-2) 1503 14
13 Nebraska (10-2) 1446 15
14 Missouri (10-2) 1291 16
15 Nevada (11-1) 1231 19
16 Oklahoma State (10-2) 1171 9
17 South Carolina (9-3) 1142 17
18 Alabama (9-3) 1113 11
19 Texas A&M (9-3) 1032 18
20 Florida State (9-3) 650 22
21 Utah (10-2) 567 20
22 Mississippi State (8-4) 393 25
23 West Virginia (8-3) 251 NR
24 Northern Illinois (10-2) 161 NR
25 Arizona (7-4) 120 21

Others: Maryland (75) , UCF (74) , Hawaii (65) , Navy (36) , Connecticut (32) , Iowa (23) , Tulsa (23) , North Carolina State (16) , San Diego State (7) , South Florida (7) , Notre Dame (6) , Air Force (3) , Miami (OH) (1) , Ohio (1)

Texas Christian Remains #1 Draft Insiders' Rankings

Oregon Tops BCS, AP, Coaches & Harris Polls

Top 25 Teams - Week Nine
Insiders' /BCS / AP/ Coaches / Harris Polls

Photo - RB John Clay - Wisconsin

Draft Insiders' - Top 25 Teams
1. Texas Christian (9-0)
2. Oregon (8-0)
3. Auburn (9-0)
4. Boise St (7-0)
5. Alabama (7-1)
6. Utah ((8-0)
7. LSU (7-1)
8. Oklahoma (7-1)
9. Wisconsin (7-1)
10. Nebraska (7-1)
11. Ohio St (8-1)
12 Stanford (7-1)
13. Arizona (7-1)
14. Iowa (6-2)
15. Michigan St. (8-1)
16. Missouri (7-1)
17. Oklahoma St. (7-1)
18. Florida St. (6-2)
19. South Carolina (6-2)
20. Arkansas (6-2)
21. Virginia Tech (6-2)
22. Mississippi State (7-2)
23. Baylor (7-2)
24. N.C St. (6-2)
25. Nevada (7-1)

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 weekly Team and Player Awards

BCS Rankings
Rank Rank School Total Prev Rank

1 Oregon (8-0) .9777 2
2 Auburn (9-0) .9599 1
3 TCU (9-0) .8911 4
4 Boise State (7-0) .8824 3
5 Utah (8-0) .7318 8
6 Alabama (7-1) .7185 7
7 Nebraska (7-1) .6869 14
8 Oklahoma (7-1) .6849 9
9 Wisconsin (7-1) .6740 10
10 LSU (7-1) .6540 12
11 Ohio State (8-1) .6127 11
12 Missouri (7-1) .5940 6
13 Stanford (7-1) .5780 13
14 Michigan State (8-1) .5136 5
15 Arizona (7-1) .4936 15
16 Iowa (6-2) .4291 18
17 Oklahoma State (7-1) .3868 17
18 Arkansas (6-2) .2944 19
19 South Carolina (6-2) .2725 20
20 Mississippi State (7-2) .2428 21
21 Baylor (7-2) .1792 25
22 Virginia Tech (6-2) .1595 23
23 Nevada (7-1) .0957 24
24 Florida State (6-2) .0737 16
25 North Carolina State (6-2) .0546 NR

AP Top 25 Teams
Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st) / Previous Week Ranking

1 Oregon (8-0) 1487 (49) 1
2 Boise State (7-0) 1403 (7) 2
3 Auburn (9-0) 1396 (2) 3
4 TCU (9-0) 1350 (2) 4
5 Alabama (7-1) 1228 6
6 Utah (8-0) 1147 8
7 Wisconsin (7-1) 1113 9
8 Ohio State (8-1) 1010 10
9 Nebraska (7-1) 974 14
10 Stanford (7-1) 950 13
11 Oklahoma (7-1) 928 11
12 LSU (7-1) 872 12
13 Arizona (7-1) 779 15
14 Missouri (7-1) 739 7
15 Iowa (6-2) 700 18
16 Michigan State (8-1) 644 5
17 Arkansas (6-2) 500 19
18 South Carolina (6-2) 497 17
19 Oklahoma State (7-1) 457 20
20 Virginia Tech (6-2) 332 21
21 Mississippi State (7-2) 302 23
22 Baylor (7-2) 247 25
23 North Carolina State (6-2) 113 NR
24 Florida State (6-2) 97 16
25 Nevada (7-1) 91 NR

Others: Hawaii (50) , Syracuse (22) , Oregon State (16) , Maryland (11) , USC (10) , San Diego State (9) , Illinois (8) , UCF (5) , Pittsburgh (4) , Miami (FL) (3) , Northwestern (3) , Florida (2) , Northern Illinois (1)

Coaches Poll -Top 25 Teams
Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st) / Previous Week Ranking

1 Oregon (8-0) 1464 (51) 1
2 Auburn (9-0) 1384 (4) 3
3 Boise State (7-0) 1361 (3) 2
4 TCU (9-0) 1292 (1) 4
5 Alabama (7-1) 1213 6
6 Utah (8-0) 1141 7
7 Wisconsin (7-1) 1100 9
8 Ohio State (8-1) 1049 10
9 Oklahoma (7-1) 990 11
10 Nebraska (7-1) 961 12
11 LSU (7-1) 861 13
12 Stanford (7-1) 846 14
13 Arizona (7-1) 704 16
14 Missouri (7-1) 676 8
15 Michigan State (8-1) 652 5
16 Iowa (6-2) 647 19
17 South Carolina (6-2) 517 17
18 Oklahoma State (7-1) 466 20
19 Arkansas (6-2) 446 18
20 Virginia Tech (6-2) 379 21
21 Mississippi State (7-2) 320 23
22 Baylor (7-2) 250 24
23 Nevada (7-1) 112 NR
24 Florida State (6-2) 107 15
25 North Carolina State (6-2) 96 NR

Others: Hawaii (59) , Northwestern (24) , Syracuse (14) , UCF (13) , Maryland (9) , Miami (FL) (5) , Illinois (4) , Florida (4) , San Diego State (4) , Michigan (3) , Northern Illinois (2)

Harris Poll -Top 25 Teams
This was the 3rd week of the Harris Poll. It will be weekly through the championship game.

Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st)
1 Oregon (8-0) 2823 (92) 1
2 Auburn (9-0) 2683 (10) 3
3 Boise State (7-0) 2635 (12) 2
4 TCU (9-0) 2529 4
5 Alabama (7-1) 2346 6
6 Utah (8-0) 2171 7
7 Wisconsin (7-1) 2041 9
8 Ohio State (8-1) 1986 10
9 Oklahoma (7-1) 1891 11
10 Stanford (7-1) 1797 13
11 Nebraska (7-1) 1793 14
12 LSU (7-1) 1705 12
13 Arizona (7-1) 1378 15
14 Iowa (6-2) 1307 17
15 Missouri (7-1) 1293 8
16 Michigan State (8-1) 1279 5
17 Arkansas (6-2) 971 18
18 Oklahoma State (7-1) 925 20
19 South Carolina (6-2) 903 19
20 Virginia Tech (6-2) 631 21
21 Mississippi State (7-2) 574 23
22 Baylor (7-2) 422 25
23 Nevada (7-1) 288 24
24 Florida State (6-2) 252 16
25 North Carolina State (6-2) 139 NR

Others: Hawaii (73) , Florida (54) , Syracuse (53) , Oregon State (28) , Northwestern (16) , Maryland (13) , Miami (FL) (10) , San Diego State (10) , Michigan (9) , UCF (7) , Virginia (4) , Temple (4) , Texas A&M (4) , Pittsburgh (1) , West Virginia (1) , Navy (1)

Draft Insiders' - BCS - AP - Coaches - Top 25 Teams

Top 25 Teams - Week Seven
#1 Ranking Shuffled in Polls

Photo – QB Andy Dalton - TCU.

Draft Insiders' - Top 25 Teams
1. Texas Christian (6-0)
2. Oregon (7-0)
3. Oklahoma (6-0)
4. Boise St (6-0)
5. LSU (7-0)
6. Auburn (7-0)
7. Alabama (6-1)
8. Utah ((8-0)
9. Michigan St. (7-0)
10. Wisconsin (6-1)
11. Ohio St (6-1)
12 Stanford (5-1)
13. Arizona (5-1)
14. Iowa (5-1)
15. Nebraska (5-1)
16. Missouri (6-0)
17. Florida St. (6-1)
18. Oklahoma St. (6-0)
19. West Virginia (5-1)
20. South Carolina (4-2)
21. Arkansas (4-2)
22. Virginia Tech (5-2)
23. Mississippi State (5-2)
24. Texas (4-2
25. Miami (4-2)

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 weekly Team and Player Awards

BCS Rankings
Rank School Total Prev Rank

1 Oklahoma (6-0) .922 NR
2 Oregon (6-0) .892 NR
3 Boise State (6-0) .890 NR
4 Auburn (7-0) .864 NR
5 TCU (7-0) .857 NR
6 LSU (7-0) .825 NR
7 Michigan State (7-0) .763 NR
8 Alabama (6-1) .665 NR
9 Utah (6-0) .654 NR
10 Ohio State (6-1) .573 NR
11 Missouri (6-0) .549 NR
12 Stanford (5-1) .537 NR
13 Wisconsin (6-1) .534 NR
14 Oklahoma State (6-0) .526 NR
15 Iowa (5-1) .482 NR
16 Nebraska (5-1) .430 NR
17 Florida State (6-1) .427 NR
18 Arizona (5-1) .381 NR
19 Texas (4-2) .221 NR
20 West Virginia (5-1) .181 NR
21 South Carolina (4-2) .156 NR
22 Kansas State (5-1) .142 NR
23 Arkansas (4-2) .130 NR
24 Mississippi State (5-2) .125 NR
25 Virginia Tech (5-2) .066 NR

AP Top 25 Teams
Rank / Team / Record / Points (1st) / Previous Week Ranking

1 Oregon (6-0) 1471 (39) 2
2 Boise State (6-0) 1433 (15) 3
3 Oklahoma (6-0) 1355 (3) 6
4 TCU (7-0) 1340 (3) 4
5 Auburn (7-0) 1279 7
6 LSU (7-0) 1132 9
7 Alabama (6-1) 1121 8
8 Michigan State (7-0) 1062 13
9 Utah (6-0) 1019 11
10 Wisconsin (6-1) 920 18
11 Ohio State (6-1) 895 1
12 Stanford (5-1) 828 14
13 Iowa (5-1) 768 15
14 Nebraska (5-1) 684 5
15 Arizona (5-1) 619 17
16 Florida State (6-1) 615 16
17 Oklahoma State (6-0) 575 20
18 Missouri (6-0) 552 21
19 South Carolina (4-2) 372 10
20 West Virginia (5-1) 346 25
21 Arkansas (4-2) 343 12
22 Texas (4-2) 267 NR
23 Virginia Tech (5-2) 122 NR
24 Mississippi State (5-2) 111 NR
25 Miami (FL) (4-2) 85 NR
Others: USC (80) , Kansas State (40) , Nevada (19) , North Carolina (8) , Northwestern (8) , Hawaii (8) , Michigan (7) , Georgia Tech (5) , Oregon State (3) , North Carolina State (2) , Baylor (2) , Washington (1) , Kentucky (1) , Air Force (1) , East Carolina (1)

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Florida and ‘Bama Heading for SEC Showdown

Florida & ‘Bama Headed for Clash
Team of the Week - Ohio St.

Player of Week - Dexter McCluster
Ole Miss senior running back Dexter McCluster set a school record with 282 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns as the Rebels defeated Tennessee, 42-17. McCluster, who had 324 all-purpose yards, scored on runs of 15, 23, 32 and 71 yards as Ole Miss earned its first win against Tennessee since 1983 and off to their best start since 2003.

Photo – RB Dexter McCluster - Ole Miss

Team / Ranking

1. Florida (10-0) – Gators roll over SC and prep for SEC title game.

2. Alabama (10-0) – Tide won the SEC West with win over MSU and get ready for showdown with Auburn prior to Florida game in SEC title clash.

3. Texas (10-0) – Longhorns are rolling through the Big 12 each week and headed for BCS title game.

4. Cincinnati (10-0) - Bearcats are looking to go unblemished with only Illinois and Pittsburgh on the schedule.

5. Texas Christian (10-0) – Frogs hoping to get into the top four by season’s end.

6. Boise St (10-0) - Broncos keep winning and looking to earn one of the premier matchups.

7. Georgia Tech (10-1) – Tech clinched ACC division and looking to advance higher when top clubs fall.

8. Pittsburgh (9-1)- Panthers are starting to believe in themselves with their two top rivals West Virginia and Cincinnati remaining.

9. LSU (8-2) – Tigers are still a very good club despite a struggling offense.

10. Ohio St (9-2) – Buckeyes took care of Iowa and Penn St that earns them a return to the top ten rankings.

11. Oregon (8-2) – Ducks jumped on Arizona St last weekend.

12. Oklahoma St (8-2) – Cowboys may have the best offense in the nation when right.

13. Stanford (7-3) – Cardinal shocked Southern Cal and Oregon in back to back victories.

14. Wisconsin (8-2) - Badgers won a key game with win over Michigan St.

15. Iowa (9-2) – The Hawkeyes have dropped two in a row with OT loss to Ohio St.

16. Penn St (9-2) – Nittany Lions clean up on soft Indiana matchup.

17. Virginia Tech (7-3) – Tech routed Maryland.

18. Clemson (7-3) – Tigers are peaking at the right time.

19. North Carolina (7-3) – Tar Heels have won three straight over Va Tech, Duke and Miami.

20. USC (7-3) – Trojans got ambushed by Stanford on Saturday.

21. Oregon St (7-3) – Beavers jumped on Washington with a bowl bye resting on the results.

22. Miami (7-3) - Canes came up short in Chapel Hill vs NC.

23. BYU (8-2) – Cougars just got by New Mexico last week.

24. Houston (8-2) - Cougars ran out of time vs Central Florida.

25. Ole Miss (7-3) – Ole Miss earned its first win against Tennessee since 1983 and clinched bowl eligibility for the second straight year.

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 weekly Team and Player Awards.

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