College Football Rankings 2011 Week 4:3 Teams with Best Chance to Pass Oklahoma
Oklahoma remains the No.1 team in both polls, but they aren't a unanimous No.1. If they run the table and finish the season without a loss, they will no doubt play for the championship.
But can anyone pass them? If they lose sure, but if they don't, it's doubtful but not unthinkable.
Here's a look at three teams that would have the best shot of leap frogging Oklahoma in the upcoming weeks.
LSU: The Tigers are the most obvious choice. Playing perhaps the toughest schedule in the nation, the quality of their wins alone should keep them right on the Sooners heels. With wins over Oregon ans Mississippi State already and a game at WVU, plus the SEC schedule upcoming; LSU will have many more quality wins than Oklahoma.
Alabama: If LSU isn't the favorite in the SEC, than it's the Crimson Tide. Bama's win over Penn State doesn't look as good as it should due to the Nittany Lions not being very good, but they still have the bulk of their SEC schedule; including a showdown against LSU and a potential SEC Championship game against potentially South Carolina. Their resume will be No. 1 worthy in the end.
Wisconsin: Don't sleep on the Badgers. They are an excellent football team. They have a great opportunity to run the table, but it may not be enough to vault them into the No. 1 spot. Reason being, as usual, the Big Ten is very overrated. While they do have games against Ohio State, Michigan State, Michigan, and Penn State; in reality those aren't very good teams and beating them likely won't give them the boost in the rankings they would need.
The Badgers best win would be in a couple of weeks against Nebraska, but it should get much easier the rest of the way.
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