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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Bama replaces Florida as No. 1 team

Glenn Guilbeau's Associate Press top 25 voting:

1. Alabama
2. Florida
3. Texas
4. Boise State
5. LSU
6. TCU
7. Miami
8. Iowa
9. Oklahoma State
10. Penn State
11. USC
12. Georgia Tech
13. Virginia Tech
14. South Carolina
15. Oregon
16. BYU
17. Cincinnati
18. Ole Miss
19. Utah
20. Houston
21. Texas Tech
22. South Florida
23. Missouri
24. Oklahoma
25. West Virginia

NOTES: Alabama and Florida flip-flop. Alabama has had the better overall season and has beaten better teams and has looked very good doing so. LSU stays at No. 5, though that is wavering. The Tigers, who host Auburn at 6:30 p.m. Saturday on ESPN2, have not looked like a top five team, but their only loss is to Florida. Ohio State, Nebraska and Kansas are all out after losses to bad teams. Cincinnati finally has a win over a decent team in South Florida and jumps to No. 17 from No. 25. Oklahoma does have three losses, but it stays in based on strength of schedule. Those losses are all to very good teams - Texas, Miami and BYU - by a combined five points. Utah and West Virginia crack the poll for first time.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow!! A top 10 team [AP, USA Today, BCS] w/ a bottom 10 offense. It's gotta be the defense. And how much does Crowton get paid?

So, are they top 5 still, G.G., after they lose to AL?

5:50 PM  
Blogger Kern Pegues said...

LSU to high.

11:23 AM  

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