The Way I See It: A Look at College Football's Top 25 (Nov. 15)

Drew GatewoodAnalyst INovember 15, 2009

AUSTIN, TX - NOVEMBER 07:  The Texas flag is displayed before a game between the Texas Longhorns and the UCF Knights on November 7, 2009 at Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas.  Texas won 35-3.  (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
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1. Texas 10-0

Texas has outscored their last two opponents 82-17, look for that to continue this week

Next: Kansas

2. Florida 10-0

The Gators had themselves in a nail biter 'till Superman prevailed.

Next: Florida International

3. Alabama 10-0

Alabama finally got on track offensively and it’ll be sure to stay on track this week.

Next: Chattanooga

4. TCU 10-0

They deserve a BCS game this year without a doubt.

Next: Wyoming

5. Cincinnati 10-0

The Big East refs made this game interesting with that Isaiah Pead touchdown run.

Next: Illinois

6. Georgia Tech 10-1

Nothing would go better with an ACC Title than another victory over the Dawgs.

Next: Georgia (11/28)

7. Pittsburgh 9-1

The tables have turned on the backyard brawl this year as the Panthers look to win the Big East rather than the Mountaineers.

Next: West Virginia (11/27)

8. Boise State 10-0

Boise’s just waiting for that showdown with Nevada, this week is another warmup until then.

Next: Utah State

9. Ohio State 9-2

The Buckeyes are Rose Bowl bound for the first time in 13 years; it took an overtime to get there.

Next: Michigan

10.  Oregon 8-2

The Buckeyes punched their ticket to Pasadena, will the Ducks?

Next: Arizona

11.  Oklahoma State 8-2

The Cowboys got a quality win versus a tough Texas Tech team.

Next: Colorado

12. Stanford 8-3

They scored a 106 points combined against USC and Oregon, that Wake Forest loss early on doesn’t look to good though.

Next: California

13. LSU 8-2

They got into a dogfight with Louisiana Tech, and just scraped out a win.

Next: Ole Miss

14. Iowa 9-2

This team is tough; they lose so much to injuries and still take anyone’s best shot.

Next: Minnesota

15.  Wisconsin 8-2

Whoever matches up with them in a bowl had better be able to stop the run.

Next: Northwestern

16. Virginia Tech 7-3

The Hokies are hoping for some upsets that could move them into getting a BCS at large bid.

Next: NC State

17. Penn State 9-2

It took a 78-yard pick-six to shake off the post Ohio State game hangover.

Next: Michigan State

18.  BYU 7-2

Did BYU just skim by a 0-10 team? Yes they did.

19. Navy 8-3

The Midshipmen are well on their way to a 10 win season.

Next: Hawaii

20.  Utah 8-2

The Utes only losses this season are to Oregon and TCU, unfortunately those are the only teams they’ve played this season.

Next: San Diego State

21.  Clemson 7-3

Since the Maryland loss this team has played very well.

Next: Virginia

22.  Nebraska 7-3

The Huskers need a win this weekend to win the Big 12 North.

Next: Kansas State

23. Houston 8-2

There went Case Keenum’s shot at a Heisman

Next: Memphis

24. Rutgers 7-2

They win the games their supposed to win and have losses to Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.

25.  USC 7-3

This was the worst home loss in the History of the program

Next: UCLA


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