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Here is my ranking1-Alabama, 2-Oklahoma, 3-Clemson, 4-USC, 5-Penn State, 6-Michigan, 7-Ohio State (I think that they may end up out of the top 10 if they don't figure out their passing game and pass defense, Indiana gave them fits and then OU exposed them), 8-Washington, 9-Oklahoma State, 10-WisconsinI am still not sold on USC, Penn State, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma State (running game and defense are suspect, and they are my team). Lets see how the next 3-4 games go.
I like your ranking. I also agree that some are tenuous...USC, PSU (sorry Emil) and tOSU. USC in particular hasn't been tested, yet. Stanford is not the power house it has been in past years. OKSt is going to put it together this year, I think. The Big 12 kinda sucks this year and OKSt gets OU at home. Don'tcha love this sport?!
Yea Ducks! UO got ranked this week! I still have some trepidation, but it's looking better and better for a decent sized turnaround for my boys. (Thank goodness they got rid of that coaching staff from last year.) The offense is lethal and the defense is 100% improved over last year's debacle. By year's end, both the QB (Herbert) and RB (Freeman) will be All-Americans. Rosen and Darnold get all the press, likely because they're from Los Angeles teams. But Herbert is the superior QB (and gets little press). Watch for him.Year after year, UCLA gets hyped and falls on its patoot. I warned you that Stanford is a shadow of its former self. And USC is, as usual, over-hyped. And...I might have been dead wrong about PSU. They 'could' be the real deal with a real deal coach. Get 'em, Emil!And one question whose answer evades me...how does Saban continue to get the top recruits (though this year may be an exception)?? He's kind of a pain in the A$$ and isn't all that innovative. I know he puts guys in the "League". But they're already the best college players when he recruits them.
The defense appears loads better than the last two seasons. Go Ducks! Yes PSU looks real tough.
And one question whose answer evades me...how does Saban continue to get the top recruits (though this year may be an exception)?? He's kind of a pain in the A$$ and isn't all that innovative. I know he puts guys in the "League". But they're already the best college players when he recruits them.
I heard or read somewhere that the best programs don't need to have great coaches - it's just about all in recruiting.
One wonders how much recruit "benefits" come into play and how pervasive it is. It has long been surmised that the SEC has much under-the-table mischief going on. Dunno.
But most of these athletes are getting full scholarships, so in effect they are be paid $60- $125,00 over a 4 year career.
Hey,Where's all the love for San Diego State! Coming off an 11-3 year with a bowl win and the leading all time NCAA rusher. Now 3-0 with another great college back, Rashaad Penny. He leads the nation in rushing and all purpose yards. Yes it's not the SEC but still very good college football. Best part, Aztecs drew 43,000 for their game against Stanford. &*^$ LA Chargers couldn't draw 30,000!!! Spans and the NFL, kiss our ass! Go Aztecs!!
I was shocked when they beat Stanford. They are the real deal. Or is Stanford not very good? Probably somewhere in between.
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