No change in the top 7 of the rankings following week 4, with Alabama, Ohio State (without playing), Louisville, Michigan, Clemson, Houston and Stanford staying put. Wisconsin enter the top 10 for the first time this season, Ole Miss enjoy the biggest rise after beating Georgia, who had the biggest drop of all, 13 spots. LSU and Oklahoma (without playing) dropped from the rankings, in a week when all four ranked teams that lost did so against other ranked teams. More
The final AP Poll of the regular season doesn’t really surprise anyone – Florida State and Auburn are the only team with first place votes, and all likely will be the programs that head into the national championship game. The rest of the top 25 simply signifies the chances of other schools to make it to the other BCS bowls, unless some conference affiliation has already taken care of that. More
Every season there’s another example of how preseason polls are quite terrible at predicting who are actually the best teams in college football. Florida State, undefeated and number one heading into the conference championship game, were outside the top 10. Florida, who finish the season at 4-8 were the number 10 team in the nation when the polls came out. More
No matter who ends up in the top two of the BCS standings and goes to the national championship eventually, there’s going to be an uproar. Ohio State barely survived against Michigan, but remain undefeated. However, one-loss Auburn became the team that knocked off the almost wire-to-wire number one Alabama off its perch, while Florida State took care of business against Florida. What are the pollsters and the computers to do? More
There are a few stereotypes and stigmas that fit most College Football fan-bases across the nation – rednecks, drunks, dumb, loud, arrogant, arrogant, stoners, hippies. It just depends on which part of the United States you point to. More
With the 2011 College Football season already on its way, it’s time to refresh this list. It’s been two years since we put this list out, and its still the same ten stadiums that have the largest capacity in College Football, with a few shifts. Most importantly, especially for Michigan fans – Michigan Stadium is back on top, as the top 3 spots are owned by Big Ten teams. The SEC has four venues, The Pac-12 with two and one from the Big 12. Those numbers, the conference names, are likely to change pretty soon.
From Auburn nearly dropping the opener at home against Utah State to huge upsets in Texas and LSU proving their championship worthy with a win over Oregon, this is a glimpse of what week 1 of College Football looked like. More