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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Week 4 Top 25

1. Ohio State
2. Auburn
3. USC
4. West Virginia
5. Michigan
6. Florida
7. LSU
8. Texas
9. Georgia
10. Oregon
11. Louisville
12. Virginia Tech
13. TCU
14. Notre Dame
15. Iowa
16. Tennessee
17. California
18. Rutgers
19. Boston College
20. Clemson
21. Oklahoma
22. Arizona State
23. UCLA
24. Boise State
25. Florida State

I almost kept Auburn as my number one a couple weeks ago and wanted to move them up but I just couldn't considering I wasn't able to watch any games aside from the one I attended this past week and condensed Tivo versions of Oregon-Oklahoma and Florida-Tennessee. Regardless I still think Ohio State, Auburn and USC are a cut above the rest and we'll have to see how it plays out.

High risers include Michigan (what more is there to say) and TCU (holding Texas Tech to just a FG is crazy). The free fallers include Notre Dame (PWNED!) and Florida State (don't I look like an idiot for what I posted a few weeks back).

Out of the top 25 are Nebraska, Texas Tech and Miami, their places taken over by Clemson, UCLA and Boise State.

Not as much to look forward to this week as last week was just overload on great matchups I'll be interested in watching Michigan State against Notre Dame and Penn State at Ohio State. There's also a great matchup out west as Arizona State travels to California for an early elimination game for who will challenge USC for the Pac-10.

Coming off a big win as Michigan did last week there is always concern over letdown but I don't believe that will happen with this team as many Wisconsin fans are hoping. A. we lost to them last year and B. last year sucked and the team is not going to let that happen again. Therefore it shouldn't occur, especially considering that the next two opponents Wisconsin and Minnesota are teams that we lost to last year. Tomorrow I'll answer the latest Blogpoll roundtable from Maize N Brew.

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