Week 7 College Football Picks: Last Minute, Best Guess… Ready, Set, Go!!!

It’s late so I’m not going to mess around and give you a bunch of reasons why I think these are the picks you should take to the bank.  Instead, bet at your own risk…  Welcome to the Week 7 Rundown ATS style! (Odds via VegasInsider.com)

10/11 12:00 PM

111 Texas

112 Oklahoma

 

48½u-10

-14½ -10

 

47u-10

-16½ -10

 

47½u-10

-16 -10

 

46½u-10

-16 -10

 

47u-10

-16½ -10

 

46½u-10

-16½ -10

Bet Oklahoma, no matter what the spread, OK Covers.

10/11 3:30 PM

113 Michigan State

114 Purdue

 

-21½ -10

54½u-10

 

-21 -10

51u-10

 

-21 -10

51½u-10

 

-20½ -10

51½u-10

 

-21 -10

51u-10

 

-21 -10

50½u-10

Purdue is terrible, Michigan St. Covers.

10/11 12:00 PM

115 Northwestern

116 Minnesota

 

41½u-10

PK -10

 

44u-10

-3½ -10

 

44u-10

-3½ -10

 

43½u-10

-4 -10

 

44u-10

-3½ -10

 

44u-10

-4 -10

We like Northwestern with the points.

10/11 12:00 PM

117 Rice

118 Army

 

60½u-10

-2 -10

 

-1 -10

59½u-10

 

-1 -10

60u-10

 

-1 -10

XX

 

60u-10

PK -10

 

-1 -10

60½u-10

Coin Toss: Rice

10/11 12:00 PM

119 Tulsa

120 Temple

 

58u-10

-12½ -10

 

58½u-10

-17 -10

 

58½u-10

-17½ -10

 

58½u-10

-17 -10

 

58½u-10

-17 -10

 

59u-10

-17 -10

Tulsa gets enough for us to take it.

10/11 12:00 PM

121 Middle Tennessee St.

122 Marshall

 

73½u-10

-22 -10

 

70u-10

-24 -10

 

69½u-10

-24 -10

 

69u-10

-24 -10

 

70u-10

-24 -10

 

 

-24 -10

We are Marshall.

10/11 2:00 PM

123 Massachusetts

124 Kent State

 

 

-1 -10

 

 

-1½ -10

 

 

-1½ -10

 

 

 

 

 

-1½ -10

 

 

-2 -10

Kent State Covers.

10/11 12:00 PM

125 Florida State

126 Syracuse

 

-20 -10

51u-10

 

-24 -10

53½u-10

 

-23½ -10

53½u-10

 

XX

XX

 

-24 -10

53½u-10

 

-24 -10

53½u-10

Syracuse maybe a 1st half bet but Florida State pulls the spread by the end.

10/11 12:30 PM

127 Duke

128 Georgia Tech

 

56½u-10

-5 -10

 

61½u-10

-3½ -10

 

61½u-10

-3½ -10

 

61u-10

-3½ EV

 

61½u-10

-3½ -10

 

60½u-10

-3½ -10

Duke…  Georgia Tech has become so mainstream.

10/11 12:00 PM

129 Illinois

130 Wisconsin

 

55½u-10

-23 -10

 

57½u-10

-26½ -10

 

58½u-10

-26 -10

 

57½u-10

-27 -10

 

58u-10

-26½ -10

 

57½u-10

-26½ -10

On Wisconsin, is that still a thing?  We think so.

10/11 3:30 PM

131 Boston College

132 North Carolina State

 

56½u-10

-6 -10

 

55½u-10

-3 -10

 

55½u-10

-3 -10

 

55½u-10

-3 -10

 

55u-10

-3 -10

 

55½u-10

-3½ -10

NC State by a touchdown.

10/11 12:00 PM

133 Cincinnati

134 Miami (FL)

 

60u-10

-11 -10

 

58u-10

-17 -10

 

56½u-10

-16½ -10

 

58u-10

-16½ -10

 

58u-10

-16½ -10

 

57½u-10

-17 -10

Cincinnati with the points.

10/11 1:00 PM

135 SUNY-Buffalo

136 Eastern Michigan

 

-11 -10

60½u-10

 

-14½ -10

58u-10

 

-14 -10

58u-10

 

-14½ -10

58u-10

 

-14½ -10

58u-10

 

-14½ -10

 

Buffalo covers…urgh will people watch this game?

10/11 2:00 PM

137 Miami (OH)

138 Akron

 

47½u-10

-15 -10

 

55u-10

-14½ -10

 

55u-10

-14½ -10

 

54½u-10

-14 -10

 

55½u-10

-14 -10

 

 

-14 -10

Zips

10/11 12:00 PM

139 Indiana

140 Iowa

 

53½u-10

-7 -10

 

53½u-10

-3½ -10

 

54½u-10

-3½ -10

 

53½u-10

-3½ -10

 

54u-10

-3½ -10

 

53½u-10

-3½ -10

Upset again for Indiana?  Sure why not.

10/11 2:00 PM

141 Bowling Green State

142 Ohio

 

63u-10

-3.25 -10

 

-1 -10

66u-10

 

-1 -10

66u-10

 

-1 -10

65u-10

 

-1 -10

67u-10

 

 

PK -10

Bowling Green wins by 3.

10/11 12:00 PM

143 West Virginia

144 Texas Tech

 

-3 -10

72u-10

 

-6 -10

78u-10

 

-6 -10

78u-10

 

-6 -10

78u-10

 

-6 -10

76½u-10

 

-6 -10

78u-10

West Virginia trying to prove they are legit, cover.

10/11 4:00 PM

145 Oklahoma State

146 Kansas

 

-21 -10

53½u-10

 

-21 -10

48½u-10

 

-21 -10

49u-10

 

-20 -10

47½u-10

 

-20½ -10

47½u-10

 

-21 -10

48u-10

We’d take Ok State by four touchdowns if we could.

10/11 3:30 PM

147 Texas Christian

148 Baylor

 

62½u-10

-10 -10

 

64u-10

-8 -10

 

65u-10

-8 -10

 

65u-10

-7½ -10

 

65u-10

-7½ -10

 

65u-10

-8½ -10

TCU can not play back to back the way they did, Baylor wins but bet TCU with points.

10/11 7:00 PM

149 Houston

150 Memphis

 

49u-10

-4 -10

 

48u-10

-7½ -10

 

48½u-10

-8 -10

 

49u-10

-7½ -10

 

48½u-10

-7½ -10

 

48u-10

-8 -10

Memphis is for real, bet Memphis to cover.

10/11 3:30 PM

151 North Texas

152 UAB

 

64u-10

-3 -10

 

58½u-10

-6½ -10

 

59u-10

-6½ -10

 

58u-10

-6½ -10

 

59u-10

-6½ -10

 

 

-6½ -10

We like the points with North Texas.

10/11 3:30 PM

153 Auburn

154 Mississippi State

 

-3 -10

59½u-10

 

-2½ -10

63½u-10

 

-2½ -10

64u-10

 

-3 EV

63u-10

 

-2½ -10

64u-10

 

-3 EV

64u-10

Auburn being the favorite is just calling for bets on Mississippi State, bets HailState at Home.

10/11 3:00 PM

155 Western Michigan

156 Ball State

 

53u-10

-1 -10

 

55u-10

-2 -10

 

54½u-10

-1½ -10

 

55u-10

-1½ -10

 

55u-10

-2 -10

 

 

-2½ -10

Hail State, Ball State, Just bet State.

10/11 3:00 PM

157 New Mexico State

158 Troy

 

63½u-10

-6 -10

 

63u-10

-7 -10

 

63u-10

-7 -10

 

62½u-10

-7 -10

 

62½u-10

-7 -10

 

 

-7 -10

Troy, move on.

10/11 6:00 PM

159 Alabama

160 Arkansas

 

-8 -10

58½u-10

 

-9 -10

56u-10

 

-9 -10

56u-10

 

-9½ -10

56u-10

 

-9 -10

56½u-10

 

-9 -10

56u-10

Alabama covers, Arkansas first half at home.

10/11 7:30 PM

161 LSU

162 Florida

 

-1 -10

46½u-10

 

47u-10

-1 -10

 

47u-10

-1 -10

 

47½u-10

-1 -10

 

47u-10

-1 -10

 

47u-10

PK -10

Florida.

10/11 3:30 PM

163 Toledo

164 Iowa State

 

63u-10

-5 -10

 

62u-10

-3 -10

 

61½u-10

-3 -10

 

61u-10

-3 -10

 

62u-10

-3 -10

 

 

-3 -10

Iowa State.

10/11 3:30 PM

165 Oregon

166 UCLA

 

-3 -10

68u-10

 

-2½ -10

71u-10

 

-2 -10

71u-10

 

-2½ -10

71u-10

 

-2½ -10

71u-10

 

-2½ -10

71½u-10

Pumped for this game, this is elimination football, Quack, Quack, Ducks.

10/11 10:30 PM

167 Southern Cal

168 Arizona

 

-3 -10

63u-10

 

-2½ -15

66½u-10

 

-3 -10

66½u-10

 

-2½ -20

66½u-10

 

-2½ -10

67u-10

 

-3 -05

67u-10

USC wants revenge against Arizona St, this is as close as they can get, USC Covers.

10/11 6:00 PM

169 Washington

170 California

 

-2.7 -10

75½u-10

 

70u-10

-4 -10

 

70u-10

-4 -10

 

70u-10

-4 -10

 

69½u-10

-4 -10

 

69½u-10

-4 -10

California, Raid Bear, Raid Bear…(we hate this pick), in fact bet Washington!!!

10/11 12:00 PM

171 Georgia

172 Missouri

 

-3 -10

62u-10

 

-2 -10

59½u-10

 

-2 -10

59u-10

 

-2½ -10

58½u-10

 

-2½ -10

60u-10

 

-3 EV

59½u-10

Missouri at home, Georgia’s defense will be ready.  Missouri with points.

10/11 3:30 PM

173 Louisville

174 Clemson

 

48o-21

-10 -10

 

48u-10

-9½ -10

 

48u-10

-9½ -10

 

48u-10

-9½ -10

 

48u-10

-9½ -10

 

49u-10

-9½ -10

Upset, Louisville. Why?  Who cares Why, just bet Louisville one way or another.

10/11 3:30 PM

175 North Carolina

176 Notre Dame

 

61u-10

-17 -10

 

64u-10

-16½ -10

 

64u-10

-17 -10

 

65u-10

-17 -05

 

64u-10

-16½ -10

 

64u-10

-17 -10

Feeling that this spread is a bit high, so Notre Dame will cover anyways.

10/11 5:00 PM

177 Central Michigan

178 Northern Illinois

 

52½u-10

-11 -10

 

57u-10

-9½ -10

 

56½u-10

-9½ -10

 

56½u-10

-9 -10

 

57u-10

-9 -10

 

 

-9 -10

Northern Illinois, no one is talking about them but bet’em.

10/11 6:00 PM

179 Idaho

180 Georgia Southern

 

64u-10

-20 -10

 

65u-10

-24½ -10

 

66u-10

-24 -10

 

66u-10

-24½ -10

 

65u-10

-24½ -10

 

 

-24 -10

Blah Blah Blah Georgia Southern covers, is this really D1?

10/11 2:00 PM

181 Arkansas State

182 Georgia State

 

-13 -10

59½u-10

 

-10½ -10

65u-10

 

-10½ -10

66u-10

 

-10½ -10

65½u-10

 

-10½ -10

65u-10

 

-10 -10

 

Arkansas State covers.

10/11 7:00 PM

183 Florida Intl

184 Texas-San Antonio

 

45u-10

-14 -10

 

40u-10

-9½ -10

 

40u-10

-9½ -10

 

40½u-10

-10 EV

 

40½u-10

-9½ -10

 

 

-9½ -10

U…T…S…A…UTSA Rah Rah Rah!!!

10/11 12:00 PM

185 Louisiana-Monroe

186 Kentucky

 

47½u-10

-21 -10

 

49u-10

-21½ -10

 

49u-10

-21½ -10

 

49u-10

-21½ -10

 

49u-10

-21 -10

 

 

-21½ -10

Louisiana Monroe with points.

10/11 9:15 PM

187 Mississippi

188 Texas AM

 

60u-10

-1 -10

 

65½u-10

-2½ -10

 

65u-10

-2 -10

 

66u-10

-2½ -10

 

65½u-10

-2 -10

 

65u-10

-2½ -10

Wow, we think there might be something special with Ole Miss, take the money line, Upset.

10/11 10:15 PM

189 Air Force

190 Utah State

 

49u-10

-7 -10

 

50u-10

-7½ -10

 

50u-10

-8 -10

 

49½u-10

-7½ -10

 

49u-10

-7½ -10

 

49½u-10

-7½ -10

Utah State needs a bounce back game, bounce!

10/11 7:00 PM

191 East Carolina

192 South Florida

 

-14 -10

58u-10

 

-17 -10

57u-10

 

-17 -10

57u-10

 

-17 -10

57u-10

 

-17 -10

57½u-10

 

-17 -10

57½u-10

East Carolina does not cover.

10/11 7:00 PM

193 Penn State

194 Michigan

 

-2 -10

41u-10

 

41½u-10

-1 -10

 

41½u-10

-1 -10

 

41u-10

 

 

41½u-10

-1½ -10

 

41½u-10

-1½ -10

Penn State, Michigan sucks. (Someone gets Fired)

10/11 8:00 PM

195 Old Dominion

196 UTEP

 

68½u-10

-1 -10

 

66u-10

-3 -05

 

67u-10

-2½ -10

 

65½u-10

-3 EV

 

66u-10

-3 -10

 

 

-3 -10

Old Dominion for the Win.

10/11 8:00 PM

197 Connecticut

198 Tulane

 

47u-10

-2 -10

 

42u-10

-3½ -10

 

40½u-10

-3½ -10

 

41u-10

-3½ -10

 

42u-10

-3½ -10

 

 

-3½ -10

UConn with points.

10/11 10:30 PM

199 Colorado State

200 Nevada

 

-1 -10

57½u-10

 

-2½ -10

64½u-10

 

-2½ -10

64½u-10

 

-3 EV

64½u-10

 

-2½ -10

64u-10

 

-2½ -10

64u-10

Nevada has great value as home dog.

10/11 12:00 AM

201 Wyoming

202 Hawaii

 

48½u-10

-3 -10

 

43½u-10

-6 -10

 

43½u-10

-6 -10

 

44u-10

-6 -10

 

43½u-10

-5½ -10

 

43½u-10

-5½ -10

Hawaii has looked great at home.

Odds Via Vegas Insider)OK, so there we have it! Good luck with these completely fact-less bets, let’s see how this weekend stacks up to week 6, our guess is a lot more favorites are covering this one

College Football Week 9 Power Rankings

APTOPIX_BCS_Championship_Football_0d41fIf this is your first time checking out our rankings here at the Rundown, there are a couple of things that you need to know.  The first thing is that we have a West Coast and Pac12 biased.  Yep, that’s right we are in Pac12 Country and watch a lot of late night College Football on Saturday Night’s  (Sometimes we even watch Hawaii).  Now, the second thing you should know about our rankings is that we don’t care about where teams might have been ranked the week before, every week we wipe the slate, look at the teams across College Football and we rank based off of what’s in front of us.  Why is this important?  It becomes relavent when a team like Virginia Tech loses to Duke or Stanford loses to Utah, in some polls voters don’t want to move someone out or down too far because that is accepting the fact that they were wrong the week before, us, we don’t give a @#%#$^.  So, with the side notes out of the way, we present to you our Week 9 College Football Rankings…

1.  Alabama 8-0
“To be the best, you’ve got to beat the best.”
When we sat down to put together this weeks edition, we really honestly thought that Florida State should be here based off of the body of work but looking back at each teams wins, losses, and the overall performance in all games…’Bama is still #1.

2.  Oregon 8-0
We know, we know… I just said that I was going to rank Florida State #1, well not just yet.  Remember when I said we are biased, yep that’s right!  Oregon is the second best team, now with the games coming up, this will be settled within the next week.

3.  Florida State 7-0
The SEC is the best conference, then the PAC 12, then the ACC right?  Well we think that it’s actually a tie between the ACC and BigXII, the reason all comes down to the Duke upset of Virginia Tech, it to some street creed away from the ACC’s depth.  Back to Florida State, if they Miami, they will jump Oregon until the Ducks face off with Stanford after their bye week.

4.  Ohio State 8-0
The Buckeye’s have an easy schedule, it’s not all their fault that, oh wait yes, yes it is.  Scheduling Buffalo and Florida A&M is not going to help your National Title hopes in a year that the Big Ten as a conference is down.  The Buckeye’s however have a better chance then the top three teams of going undefeated in the regular season.  With a light challenge from Indiana and Michigan left, a back to back perfect regular season is in the sights, now let’s see how they close.

5.  Baylor 7-0
The Bears have done what was needed for them to be here, they are putting up impressive and shocking numbers.  They made it to the bye week perfect and now have a breather before the schedule turns and they face a gauntlet of Big XII teams.  We ‘ll talk more then…

6.  Miami 7-0
The Hurricanes return to a National Title Game rests with the Florida State match-up.  If they win they stay in the conversation, a loss and they will drop based off of a weak ACC schedule.  We’ll also watch for a let down against a tough Virginia Tech defense.

7.  Clemson 7-1
We look at who Clemson beat and lost and they deserve to still be ranked the highest of the one loss teams.  They beat Georgia before Georgia suffered for a ton a injuries and even though they got destroyed by the Seminoles, they have still only loss to the #3 team in our rankings.

8.  Stanford 7-1
The Cardinal will see if they can steal our dream of a ‘Bama vs Oregon National Championship and also become the best one loss team in the country.  We think that Oregon will win this time and Stanford will drop to a top 15ish team.

9.  Missouri 7-1
Laces Out!!!

10.  Auburn 7-1
We have no faith in this team but their one loss is to a solid LSU team and puts them a in the top 10…for now.

11.  Oklahoma 7-1
Another team that is hard to read and with a little luck and an extra week to prepare for Baylor, The Sooners could find themselves moving in the right direction.

12.  Texas A&M 6-2
With a nice break in the schedule right now, the Aggies are retooling and getting ready for the final stretch after they see if they can beat the spread on UTEP.

13.  LSU 7-2
Can’t wait to see what happens when the square-off against ‘Bama.

14.  Texas Tech 7-1
The Red Raiders showed they could play to the last minute against the best, now with a big stage game behind them, let’s see if they can put the finishing touches on what could be a special season.

15.  South Carolina 6-2
Still hangin tough…

And the Rest…

16.  UCLA 5-2
They have lost only to Stanford and Oregon, we’ll see if it breaks them like it did Washington or if the rise back to win to Pac 12 South

17.  Fresno State 7-0
We have proof of one thing, if Carr and the Bulldogs are in games late, they have the ability to win and they believe they will win no matter what.  Carr should be in the Heisman talk based on his performances winning games for his team.

18.  UCF 6-1
Only loss to South Carolina and a nice win against a team we had going undefeated, we’re not going to discount them and no way rank them below Louisville, that’s just disrespectful.

19.  Oklahoma State 6-1
After one trip-up let’s see how the Cowboys finish the season…

20.  Louisville 7-1
Here’s the thing, Louisville has enough talent that we serious believe they could compete in a bowl against anyone but the question is: with BCS in question, can the Cardinals keep focus and finish out the year.

21.  Northern Ill. 8-0
Not sure if we’re buying the Huskies as a top team but we respect what they’ve done so far.

23.  Michigan State 7-1
Could this be the year the Spartans finally break through?

24.  Notre Dame 5-2
Since the loss to Michigan, Notre Dame has become a better team.  Now what for the Golden Domers?

25.  Arizona State 5-2
The Pac 12 South should come down to UCLA and the Devils, can ASU win on the road and close out the season?

Just outside:

Wisconsin, Michigan, Oregon State, BYU, Texas,

Rivals Rundown College Football Top 25 – Week 8

Wisconsin v Ohio StateAfter taking a week off and enjoying some music at Austin City Limits, we here at the Rundown have pieced ourselves back together and are ready to get back to some College Football!  The Top 6 teams have stayed almost untouched for the first six weeks of the season.  Now that both Alabama and Oregon have faced true tests in Texas A&M and Washington and passed, that leaves Louisville as the only untested top 6 team.  We will give Louisville some props for avoiding the trap game against Rutgers and while Rutgers is a good team, they are nowhere near A&M or Washington.  Other notes…  We are still of the opinion that LSU has the best shot of making it to a National Championship game other then Oregon or Alabama at this time, even though we have them ranked at 7.  With the showdown between Florida State and Clemson looming, the loser will fall somewhere between LSU and Miami, thus giving everyone a dilemma, does the winner deserve to be 1,2 or 3…  That is going to be a huge choice, I think at this time it depends on who the winner is and how they looked.  But, it will be tough!  It’s too bad Stanford choked on Utah,  it hurts the overall street cred of the Pac12 and Washington.  Until that we would say that the Winner of Stanford vs Oregon would peg their ticket if they were undefeated and so was Clemson or Florida State but now the Ducks are going to have to be really impressive, not to mention games left against Stanford and Oregon State. (Oregon State is a whole different blog).  Even as we sit back and look at our rankings, UCLA and Baylor might be the most underrated teams and we’re not sold on Texas Tech and Auburn but the deserve the rankings for now.  Ok, no more rambling, here is our most recent installment of the Rivals Rundown Top 25 Teams, Week 8 Edition!

1 Alabama Crimson Tide
2 Oregon Ducks
3 Clemson Tigers
4 Ohio State Buckeyes
5 Louisville Cardinals
6 Florida State Seminoles
7 LSU Tigers
8 Texas A&M Aggies
9 Baylor Bears
10 UCLA Bruins
11 Miami Hurricans
12 South Carolina Gamecocks
13 Stanford Cardinal
14 Missouri Tigers
15 Virginia Tech Hokies
16 Georgia Bulldogs
17 Washington Huskies
18 Fresno State Bulldogs
19 Texas Tech Red Raiders
20 Northern Ill Huskies
21 Michigan Wolverines
22 Nebraska Huskers
23 Michigan State Spartans
24 Auburn Tigers
25 Oklahoma Sooners

(Stats via Espn.com; Picture via sbnation.com)

Rivals Rundown College Football Top 25 Week 4

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Week 4 of College Football is now upon us and here at the Rundown we’re feeling pretty good. Not only did our team steal a W and stay in the Top 25. Our Top 25 had little movement, which any week that happens, means we’re doing something right over here. The biggest Loser of Week 3 was Nebraska and that hurts, not only did we post a blog just about how “bullish” we were on the Huskers a couple of weeks back but we had them in our Top 10! Sitting watching the beginning of that game, we were waiting to see what Nebraska’s Defense would do and man did those black uniforms look good! So good that UCLA thought the jersey’s were freshly laid pavement and left tire treads all over ‘em. So Nebraska quickly became our Most Overrated pick, let’s see if they can fight back into our Top 25 or if they falter…Back to the rankings, So Texas A&M might be the first team ever to move up in rankings based off of a loss but the way they played against Alabama, the deserve to be higher, the other big movers are UCLA and Ole Miss. We would like to point out that Arizona State and Wisconsin didn’t move, we had them in and they will both stay in… until this coming Saturday when the Sun Devils square off with our #11 team Stanford Cardinal then they might be the biggest mover. No big match-ups other then that PAC-12 North vs South. Look later this week for a preview of a couple of our favorite games. Also, if you missed our story on CJ Brown go check it out, his stat-line: Passing 15 of 28 for 277 1TD 1INT Rushing 16 for 122 1 TD and put Maryland on our Rivals Rundown Top 25 Radar, still the best player no one is talking about.

 

Current Rank Previous Week Team  
1 1 Alabama Crimson Tide 2-0
2 2 Oregon Ducks 3-0
3 3 Clemson Tigers 2-0
4 4 Ohio State Buckeyes 3-0
5 5 Louisville Cardinals 3-0
6 6 Florida State Seminoles 2-0
7 7 Oklahoma State Cowboys 3-0
8 8 LSU Tigers 3-0
9 9 Georgia Bulldogs 1-1
10 13 Texas A&M Aggies 2-1
11 11 Stanford Cardinal 2-0
12 12 Michigan Wolverines 3-0
13 17 UCLA Bruins 2-0
14 14 Miami Hurricanes 2-0
15 15 Baylor Bears 2-0
16 16 Washington Huskies 2-0
18 18 Oklahoma Sooners 3-0
19 19 Fresno State Bulldogs 2-0
20 20 Florida Gators 1-1
21 21 South Carolina 2-1
22 27 Ole Miss Rebels 3-0
23 23 Arizona State Sun Devils 2-0
24 24 Wisconsin Badgers 2-1
25 25 Northwestern 3-0
       
Next 5-      
26 28 Michigan State Spartans 3-0
27 10 Nebraska Cornhuskers 2-1
28 30 Boise State Broncos 2-1
29 27 Northern Ill Huskies 2-0
30 Unranked Texas Tech Red Raiders 3-0
       
Out-      
    TCU Horned Frogs 1-2

(image latimes.com, stats ESPN.com)

Rivals Rundown College Football Top 25 Week 2

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Week 1 of the College Football Season provided us with everything that we’ve come to love about College Football.  Here at the Rundown, our favorite game of the first week was still Fresno State and Rutgers but from a record number of FCS Teams upsetting some “Big Schools” to the high-scoring blowouts that we have come to expect in the early weeks, Week 1 had a little of it all.  So now let’s adjust our Rivals Rundown Top 25:

Week 2

1. Alabama Crimson Tide
2. Oregon Ducks
3. Clemson Tigers
4. Ohio State Buckeyes
5. Louisville Cardinals
6. Florida State Seminoles
7. Oklahoma State Cowboys
8. South Carolina Gamecocks
9. LSU Tigers
10. Texas Longhorns
11. Nebraska Cornhuskers
12. Georgia Bulldogs
13. Stanford Cardinal
14. Florida Gators
15. Oklahoma Sooners
16. Baylor Bears
17. Washington Huskies
18. Texas A&M Aggies
19. Fresno State Bulldogs
20. Michigan Wolverines
21. Northwestern Wildcats
22. TCU Horned Frogs
23. Arizona State Sun Devils
24. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
25. USC Trojans

NEXT 5-
26. UCLA Bruins
27. Northern Illinois Huskies
28. Cincinnati Bearcats
29 Miami Hurricanes
30. Wisconsin Badgers 

OUT-
Oregon State Beavers (#17), Ohio Bobcats (#30), Boise State Broncos (#19)