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Florida Holds #1 Position
Team of Week - Miami U
Photo – Mardy Gilyard - Cincinnati
Gators Bye Week Helps Tim Tebow Recover for LSU Matchup
1. Florida (4-0) – Gators hope Tebow is ready for huge clash with LSU this Saturday.
2. Texas (4-0) – Longhorns are well rested for key October battles.
3. Alabama (5-0) – Tide face a strong run of SEC opponents.
4. LSU (5-0) – Tigers held on again to win vs a good Georgia club
5. Virginia Tech (4-1) – Tech struggled with Duke after big Miami victory.
6. Boise St (5-0) - Broncos are coasting through a weak schedule.
7. USC (4-1) – Talented Trojans beat Cal in a statement game.
8. Ohio St (4-1) – Buckeyes crushed a weak Indiana team last Saturday.
9. Miami (3-1) – Canes won their biggest game in a decade vs Oklahoma last week.
10. Texas Christian (4-0) – TCU is capable of running the table in the MWC.
11. Cincinnati (5-0) - Beatcats have a spunky club this season.
12. Oregon (4-1) – Ducks headed to clash with Southern Cal later this month.
13. Iowa (5-0) – Hawkeyes just got by Arkansas St last week.
14. Kansas (4-0) - Jayhawks rested after a bye week.
15. Mississippi (3-1) – Rebels came up big last week with huge matchup with Alabama on deck.
16. Penn St (4-1) – Nittany Lions back on beam with win over Illinois.
17. Auburn (5-0) – Tigers have the talent to be a huge surprise this fall.
18. Oklahoma (2-2) – Sooners are not the same club without Sam Bradford.
19. South Florida (5-0) – Face Cincinnati in next game with a bye week to prepare.
20. Oklahoma St (3-1) – Cowboys hope they found a defense in their bye week.
21. BYU (4-1) – Cougars might not get tested until later this month.
22. Wisconsin (5-0)- Badgers know how to win close games.
23. Nebraska (3-1) – Huskers rested for key Big 12 battle with Missou this Thursday.
24. Georgia Tech (4-1) –Tech face big tests vs Florida an St and Virginia Tech over next two weeks.
25. Missouri (4-0) – Tigers face a strong Oct schedule that will determine their season.
Frank Coyle is a longtime Member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe, etc. He is a voter for the College Team Polls throughout the season that will present Grantland Rice award to the national champion in January 2010. He is also a voter for Players of the Week and for the FWAA All-American teams at the conclusion of each season.