Monday, September 24, 2007

The Troglodyte Top Twelve - 9/24/07

Rank. Team (Previous)
1. LSU (1)
2. Florida (2)
3. USC (3)
4. Oklahoma (4)
5. West Virginia (5)
6. Ohio State (6)
7. California (7)
8. Texas (8)
9. Rutgers (10)
10. Wisconsin (11)
11. Oregon (12)
12. Boston College (--)

Everyone held serve, except for Penn State on the road against Michigan, who is not as bad as their first two weeks would have many believe. The weaknesses exposed last week show that they are properly part of the third tier and not the second. While Penn State couldn't finish on offense, they were up that far in the ranking because of the defense. Yes, Michigan managed only two touchdowns, but they missed a couple of field goals and were able to drive the ball with a freshman at the helm.

After the win at Ole Miss, it is becoming clear that Florida falls to the third tier if Tim Tebow were to get hurt.

Oklahoma is getting first-place votes in the coaches poll for the second week. I am not sure they are up there with the top three. Their defense can be had, but more by Texas Tech, or A&M, rather than UT.

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