So the 2009-2010 football season is underway and what better way to keep track of how the season plays out than to keep a running list of the top 15 games of the season? I will start the list based off of week 1's games then with each week will add/remove games to the list rankings and necessary. Feel free to give any suggestions, if I happen to miss a game, make note of it and I might add it in to the next week's list if it's worthy. You MUST defend your claim.
Some thoughts on the season so far. First of all, Tebow better be praying a lot after their game against Tennessee. I got called so many names on this board by saying that UF wouldn't win by any more than 10-15 points...looks like I was right. I was also called a "moron" for saying Washington will beat USC. Looks like I was right. I was laughed off of the site when I said FSU would beat BYU by at least 15. Again, looks like I was right. Am I psychic? No, I know college football trends pretty well though. Rival games don't care about rankings. Struggling programs don't care if you're #1 or #120. Last but not least, let me leave you with a few random statements.
Tony Pike should be up for heisman.
Cincinnati will run the table.
Florida will lose 2 games.
TCU will lose, too.
Florida State vs Miami for the ACC title.
Without further ado, the top 15 games as of the end of week 3:
1. Miami - FSU Week 1
2. Oklahoma - BYU Week 1
3. OSU – USC – Week 2
4. Virginia Tech – Nebraska Week 3
5. Houston – Oklahoma State Week 2
6. Virginia Tech - Alabama Week 1
7. Michigan – Notre Dame – Week 3
8. Louisville – Kentucky – Week 3
9. LSU - Washington Week 1
10. USC – Washington – Week 3
11. OSU - Navy Week 1
12. Central Michigan - Michigan State Week 2
13. Fresno St. - Wisconsin Week 2
14. Notre Dame – Michigan Week 2
15. Georgia Tech - Clemson Week 2
Dropping from the rankings
16. Purdue Oregon – Week 2
17. North Carolina – Connecticut Week 2
18. UCLA – Tennessee Week 2
19. South Carolina – Georgia Week 2
Games to be on the lookout for in week 4:
Fresno State - Cincinnati
UNC - Georgia Tech
South Florida - Florida State
Michigan State - Wisconsin
Miami - Virginia Tech
UAB - Texas A&M [trust me on this one]
Texas Tech - Houston