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College Football Polls

October 24, 2011 by staff 

College Football Polls, Remember all the talk about all the undefeated teams and how they would be chaos, when they did through the season undefeated? Seems to happen every year. Six or seven weeks, we think we know everything, but at a time when everything goes down the drain. Saturday was one of those moments.

The chaos came late, with a great event upset in a night game and the other taking place after a delay of lightning, to the conclusion pushing into the night. Wisconsin was the first to fall, and did so in dramatic fashion as Michigan State became a drill tip of Ave Maria for the win. Just hours later, it was the turn No. 3 Oklahoma, Texas Tech with hanging for his life in the three-point victory. As everyone predicted.

What is this? Wait Oklahoma and Wisconsin down, obviously. But the teams jump in the standings? Boise State seems likely get the short end of stick, with Stanford and Clemson taking advantage of the miscues the top of the standings.

Here’s a look at the scores that mattered on Saturday.

No. 1 LSU 45, Auburn 10. Even without their suspended headlines, LSU remained dominant again. The Tigers continue to search every part of his No. 1 ranking.

No. Alabama February 37, Tennessee 6. Of course, Alabama is on a collision course with LSU, to make a hell of a game in two weeks. Two dominant defenses and talented team in a battle for the No. 1? You will not find many people do not expect this.

Texas Tech 41, No. 3 Oklahoma 38. So much for that. Oklahoma shot in the foot, Texas Tech played out of his mind and the Sooners BCS Championship went down the drain, while half of the United States was sleeping. Good morning!

No. 4 Oklahoma State 45, Missouri 24. Justin Blackmon left early for precautionary reasons (concussion, according to reports), but no matter. Oklahoma State is still out of racing, but fun Bedlam fight we were all waiting seems a little less intriguing right now.

No. 5 Boise State 37, Air Force 26. Yes, the Air Force is difficult to prepare a duel. And yes, Boise State has survived at home. But this was far from being a compelling and the Broncos win style points.

No. 16 Michigan State 37, No. 6 Wisconsin 31. Nothing to say. Just watch over and over.

No. July 59 Clemson, North Carolina 38. We’re just going to have to face the reality of being a team Clemson in the top five.

No. 8 Stanford 65, Washington 21. At this point, it appears that Oregon will be tested only in a great duel Stanford Pac-12 North. This was supposed to test for the Cardinal. Instead, it was a clinic as the Huskies dismantled Stanford.

No. 9 Arkansas 29, Ole Miss 24. Again, no style points here. Arkansas had to meet, but managed to gain the victory. It was not pleasant by any means, however.

No. 10 Oregon 45, Colorado 2. Oregon had this in the bag before the break and respite. So close to a shutout!

No. 11 Kansas State 59, Kansas 21. And now we have to deal with Kansas State in the top-10. College football is a scary place.

No. 12 Virginia Tech 30, Boston College 14. This was a game at halftime and even led Boston College! So much for that.

No. 13 Nebraska 41, Minnesota 13. At least the game was entertaining. No, no, because of excellent game or performance, Minnesota is a ball of comic errors.

Syracuse 49, No. 14 West Virginia 23. Almost forgot this, but what in the world, Holga? The Big East is on fire, guys.

No. 17 Texas A & M 33, Iowa State 17. Steele was benched Jantz, who is the greatest tragedy in all this.

No. 19, Houston 63, Marshall 28. I would love to see Keenum case and Pumas in a BCS game just for the balls to the wall, throw it all around the offensive explosion.

No. 21 Penn State 34, Northwestern 24. Where in the hell did this crime is Penn State? And where is the defense? Whose computer is this?

Miami 24, No. 22 Georgia Tech. It was fun while it lasted, Yellowjackets.

Purdue 21, No. 23 Illinois 14. It was fun while it lasted, Zook.

And here’s a look at the polls. The preview of BCS rankings will be for long. This is what the BCS was like last week.

RK team record
1 LSU 7-0
2 Alabama 7-0
3 Oklahoma 6-0
4 Oklahoma State 6-0
5 Boise State 6-0
6 Wisconsin 6-0
7 Clemson 7-0
8 Stanford 6-0
9 Arkansas 5-1
Oregon 10 1.5
11 Kansas State 6-0
Virginia Tech 12 6.1
13 5.1 Nebraska
14 South Carolina 6-1
15 West Virginia 1.5
Michigan State 16 1.5
17 Texas A 4.2 M &
18 Michigan 1.6
19 Houston 6-0
20 5.2 Auburn
Penn State 21, 1.6
Georgia Tech 22 6.1
23 Illinois 6-1
Texas 24, 4-2
25 Washington 5-1

Here’s a look at a poll from the AP last week. The latest poll will be released around noon on Sunday.

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 LSU (41) 7-0 1452
2 Alabama (11) 1411 7-0
3 Oklahoma (6) 6-0 1372
Wisconsin 6-0 April 1252
5 Boise State (1) 6-0 1218
6 Oklahoma State 6-0 1186
7 Stanford 6-0 1164
Clemson 7-0 August 1064
Oregon 5-1 9 1020
Arkansas 10 946 05.01
11 West Virginia 778 01/05
12 Kansas State 6-0 762
Nebraska 13 748 05.01
South Carolina 14 690 1.6
610 5.1 15 Michigan State
Virginia Tech 16 597 6.1
17 Texas A & M 02.04 467
Michigan 18 442 06.01
Auburn 2.5 19 374
Georgia Tech 20 281 6.1
6-0 238 Houston 21
Washington 22 221 1.5
01.06 23 207 Illinois
Georgia 24 144 05.02
Arizona State 24 144 2.5

This is a coaches poll last week U.S. Today “.

RK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Oklahoma (31) 6-0 1426
2 LSU (15) 7-0 1410
3 Alabama (12) 1403 7-0
4 Wisconsin (1) 6-0 1262
Stanford May 6-0 1222
6 Oklahoma State 6-0 1173
Boise State 7 6-0 1172
Clemson 7-0 August 1028
8 Oregon 5-1 1028
Arkansas 10 931 05.01
1.5 Nebraska 11 775
South Carolina 12 765 1.6
690 5.1 13 Michigan State
14 West Virginia 688 01/05
Virginia Tech 14 688 6.1
16 Kansas State 6-0 678
Michigan 17 458 06.01
18 Texas A & M 02.04 415
Georgia Tech 19 396 6.1
6-0 359 Houston 20
01.06 21 260 Illinois
Penn State 22 253 6.1
Auburn 2.5 23 202
Washington 24 174 1.5
Arizona State 25 5-2 86

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