Obviously this version is based on the condition that Tennessee beats UCLA later tonight.
I'm not moving the top teams around, despite Ohio State's potential loss of Chris Wells, and despite how good USC looked taking care of Virginia.
I'm not that bothered by all the points given up by Missouri. Perhaps I should be, and USC should move above them.
Texas Tech gave up 17 points in the 2nd quarter to Eastern Washington, something they shouldn't be doing either, but should they drop on that basis?
Maybe Cal should drop a little bit, but they get rewarded for playing a team from a BCS conference, rather than some play-for-pay school.
Should Clemson drop out completely?
Pitt. Ha! I didn't buy into that Dave Wannstache stuff!
And Virginia Tech looked poor at best, so they drop out. Still, someone is going to in the ACC, right?
I am not ranking Nebraska (again) for two reasons:
Whom would they replace?
I'm trying not to appear a homer.
Based upon what I saw Saturday against Western Michigan, the Husker are probably a better team than Oregon. Take heart, there's still a lot of college football to be played. It doesn't matter where you start, but where you end for the Husker faithful, right?