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1 Southern California

2 Texas

3 Tennessee

4 Michigan

5 LSU

6 Ohio State

7 Oklahoma

8 Virginia Tech

9 Miami (Fla.)

10 Florida

11 Iowa

12 Louisville

13 Georgia

14 Florida State

15 Purdue

16 Auburn

17 Texas A&M

18 Boise State

19 California

20 Arizona State

21 Texas Tech

22 Boston College

23 Pittsburgh

24 Fresno State

25 Virginia

 

 

 

I like my Bucks ranking, with Texas being ranked so high in the Coaches and AP, an OSU victory sets them up in great position to control their destiny provided they win some games.

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Texas is ranked about 4 or 5 spots too high, and Texas A&M is ranked about 4 or 5 spots too low. darn that hurt me just typing that.

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Nice to see Tech start the season of ranked #21. Looking at their schedule it would be very possible for them to go into the Texas game with a 6-0 record, but it is gonna be the last 5 games that show what kind of team this really is.

 

Sat 09/10/2005 Florida International Jones - Home

Sat 09/17/2005 Sam Houston State - Home

Sat 09/24/2005 Indiana State - Home

Sat 10/01/2005 Kansas - Home

Sat 10/08/2005 Nebraska - Away

Sat 10/15/2005 Kansas State (Homecoming) - Home

Sat 10/22/2005 Texas - Away

Sat 10/29/2005 Baylor - Away

Sat 11/05/2005 Texas A&M - Home

Sat 11/12/2005 Oklahoma State - Away

Sat 11/19/2005 Oklahoma - Home

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Texas is ranked about 4 or 5 spots too high, and Texas A&M is ranked about 4 or 5 spots too low.  darn that hurt me just typing that.

 

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I agree Perch, A&M may be able to push Texas for the Big 12 title this year. This should be the most competitive season in the Big 12 in some years. They'll end up beating the Athena out of each other and only have 1 team make the BCS games this season.

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Still waiting to see if our new, no-name D will require Leinart and crew to score 45 points every week to win. But it could happen...

 

BTW, here's another name to watch at WR if you haven't already heard: Patrick Turner. Kid is just sick - another toy for Leinart to play with, when the opposing DC's try to take away Smith and Jarrett, and Bush/White, and Byrd. Oh wait, that's gonna be really hard.

 

Did you guys read what Matt's assignment was when rehabbing his elbow? Study NFL defense schemes and then stand behind Booty/Sanchez at the line and call out plays in the scrimmages, based on what he saw. Coach Pete says he got it right almost every time. And with only one ballroom dancing class (with his girlfriend!) to study for, he'll have plenty of time to 'prioritize' this season. Cool stuff for fans of explosive offenses...

 

And lets not forget the O-line is filled with 300+ lb dudes who can all move mountains. If Matt stays healthy, this machine is unreal. Go #1..

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Hey Coffeman, don't forget, they don't play anyone in the the top 15 all year. Number 19 Cal is there toughest opponent. They should easily go undefeated again, or atleast until bowl season.

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:D "hail to the victors..............." You gotta love the Big Blue. Very explosive offense and special teams. Henne and Hart only Sophs :D

Not too mention 7 out of 11 games in THE BIG HOUSE!

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Good to see the Buckeyes gain some respect. And it's nice NOT seeing 9 Florida teams in the top 10 for a change. Meeshagan is rated way too high. And where the heck is Notre Dame? JMO.

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I dont care, where Michigan is ranked, If they win there games

theyll be in the title game.

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Anything on next years' candidates for the NFL draft?

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