Jack's Top 25: Post-Spring Football

Jack MCorrespondent IMay 10, 2009

Now that the Draft is over, us football fans have less to talk about. No more mock drafts. No more arguing. What will we do? Oh ya! Its time for debating Top 25 rankings!

The college football season is just a few months away. The thoughts of last season are starting to fade as we look forward to this upcoming year.

Now that Spring football has come to a close, we can now put the pieces together and see how good teams will be this year. So with out further adieu, here is my first NCAA Football Top 25:

  1. Florida Gators
  2. Oklahoma Sooners
  3. Alabama Crimson Tide
  4. Texas Longhorns
  5. LSU Tigers
  6. Virginia Tech Hokies
  7. USC Trojans
  8. Oklahoma State Cowboys
  9. Penn State Nittany Lions
  10. Ole' Miss Rebels
  11. Ohio State Buckeyes
  12. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
  13. Oregon Ducks
  14. Georgia Bulldogs
  15. Iowa Hawkeyes
  16. Cal Bears
  17. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  18. Kansas Jayhawks
  19. Boise State Broncos
  20. TCU Horned Frogs
  21. Utah Utes
  22. Oregon State Beavers
  23. Clemson Tigers
  24. Michigan State Spartans
  25. Florida State Seminoles

There it is. Yes, someone will break onto the scene and some of these teams will fall, but as of now, these are the teams I think have the best chance to succeed. The 2009 Season should be a good one.

Look for "Jack's Top 25: Preseason" in a month or two, before thew season starts.

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