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Nov. 22 FBS Top 25

November 22, 2009

College football could use some Bob Dylan, as the times, they are NOT a-changin’ in the FBS.  The top 10 teams stay put in the top 25.  This past week provided virtually drama, and the top four easily romped their far inferior competition.  In fact, only Oregon had its game in doubt among the top 10.   Oregon had an overtime classic against Arizona.  Too bad for Arizona, who was thisclose to putting themselves in prime position for a BCS bid.  Instead, with the loss, the Wildcats find themselves outside the top 25.  No other four-loss team, expect for Pac-10 counterpart Stanford, is in the top 25.  With the lack of drama, there’s not much else to say in the commentary.

The top ten:
1
, 2 , 3 , 4 , 5
6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10

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1) Alabama 10-0 (11-0)
2) Florida 10-0 (11-0)
3) Texas 11-0 (11-0)
4) TCU 10-0 (11-0)
5) Cincinnati 9-0 (10-0)
6) Boise State 10-0 (11-0)
7) Georgia Tech 9-1 (10-1)
8 ) Oregon 9-2 (9-2)
9) Ohio State 10-2 (10-2)
10) Pittsburgh 8-1 (9-1)
11) Iowa 9-2 (10-2)
12) Penn State 9-2 (10-2)
13) Virginia Tech 8-3 (8-3)
14) Oklahoma State 8-2 (9-2)
15) LSU 8-3 (8-3)
16) Clemson 7-3 (8-3)
17) Miami (FL) 7-3 (8-3)
18) USC 7-3 (7-3)
19) North Carolina 7-3 (8-3)
20) Oregon State 7-3 (8-3)
21) Nebraska 8-3 (8-3)
22) Stanford 7-4 (7-4)
23) Wisconsin 7-3 (8-3)
24) Houston 8-2 (9-2)
25) California 7-3 (8-3)
Next: Mississippi, BYU, West Virginia, Utah, Northwestern

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