Posted November 7th, 2006 by Matt
Filed under: Football

  Matt Brian Master Coaches
1 Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
2 Michigan Michigan Michigan
3 Texas Texas Texas
4 Louisville Louisville Louisville
5 Auburn Auburn Auburn
6 Florida Florida Florida
7 California USC USC
8 LSU California California
9 Notre Dame LSU LSU
10 USC Arkansas Arkansas
11 Arkansas West Virginia Notre Dame
12 Rutgers Notre Dame West Virginia
13 Tennessee Boise St. Wisconsin
14 West Virginia Rutgers Tennessee
15 Boise State Tennessee Boise State
16 Wisconsin Oklahoma Rutgers
17 Oklahoma Wisconsin Oklahoma
18 Oregon Wake Forest Wake Forest
19 Wake Forest Georgia Tech Georgia Tech
20 Georgia Tech Oregon Oregon
21 Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech
22 Maryland Nebraska Nebraska
23 Boston College Maryland Texas A&M
24 Texas A&M Oregon St. Boston College
25 Nebraska Texas A&M Maryland
Our Thoughts

Brian - Texas has been slowly climbing the polls since the loss to Ohio State back in September and they’re now in a spot to pounce on any mistake by Ohio State, Michigan, or Louisville. If the Cardinals go down to Rutgers Thursday night on ESPN, it could mean Texas would get a chance to defend their title in January. I think the Horns, Florida, and Auburn are all better football teams that have played tougher schedules than Louisville, so anything resembling a slip up will have them vaulting ahead of even an undeafeated Big East champion. The Big East isn’t the terrible conference it was in years past, but it’s still a pretty darn mediocre one.

Matt - LSU had an impressive win at Tennessee, where they have won only twice now in I think their last 15 match-ups; so I have moved them back into the Top 10. I still don’t think Louisville is the 4th best team in the nation, but with the win against West Virginia I have to put them up there for now. If they don’t look good for the next couple of weeks, I may have to drop them below Florida.

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