Sunday, September 26, 2010

College Football top 25 9/26

After four weeks worth of games, the rankings are starting to take shape.

Rank Team W L Rating SOS
1 Stanford 4 0 1166.98 51.56
2 Ohio State 4 0 1008.73 46.01
3 Alabama 4 0 696.3 49.46
4 LSU 4 0 617.13 132.77
5 Arizona 4 0 594.87 71.66
6 Texas A&M 3 0 469.06 40.9
7 Miami FL 2 1 410.3 54.64
8 Iowa 3 1 396.35 38.94
9 TCU 4 0 389.2 37.08
10 Boise St 3 0 382.89 67.83
11 California 2 2 322.6 69.88
12 Virginia Tech 2 2 281.77 120.5
13 Florida 4 0 277.94 32.22
14 Oregon 4 0 277.87 14.49
15 Oklahoma St 3 0 256.03 25.75
16 Nevada 4 0 221.64 24.71
17 James Madison 3 0 215.5 37.02
18 Kansas St 4 0 210.65 83.24
19 Nebraska 4 0 210.1 16.67
20 South Carolina 3 1 208.71 62.38
21 Arkansas 3 1 198.81 38.04
22 Missouri 4 0 194.11 22.61
23 Michigan 4 0 193.42 40.23
24 Northwestern 4 0 191.12 42.95
25 Mississippi St 2 2 190.13 102.51

And a couple other teams of interest:
51 Texas 3 1 81.08 36.67
96 Washington 1 2 23.85 41.41
329 Georgetown DC 3 1 1.21 0.71

Stanford's still number 1?! After beating up on Notre Dame, it's starting to make sense. And pollsters are realizing it, as the Cardinal moved up to 9 in the AP poll.
Texas showed why they weren't ranked last week against UCLA. It may be a long week for the Longhorns.
Iowa is flying high again, despite the loss to Arizona last week, due largely to it's 3 other dominating wins.
Northwestern has broken into the top 25 for the first time this season. Their early success may continue into the Big Ten season.
Overall, this week just confirmed what we thought earlier. It'll be exciting to watch next week as conference play, and the upsets it brings, get in full swing.
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