My Top 35 College Football Teams of Week 9

Top 35 Teams of College Football

 The so called BCS has now come out with there computer rankings now.  But since I actually have seen teams play week to week instead of just compling information and stats and scores of some games that have been played so far.  I feel that I can give a far unbias and fair assumption on college football rankings and who are the best teams playing from week to week.  I feel that Auburn should be ranked #1 based on who they have beaten unlike Oregon who toughest opponent so far has been Stanford.  Auburn has beaten Miss. State, Clemson, South Carolina, Arkansas and LSU.  So here are my top 35 teams of college football going into week 9. 

Impact College Football Players

DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
RB LaMichael James (Oregon)
RB LaMichael James (Oregon)
WR Mark Dell (Michigan State)
WR Mark Dell (Michigan State)
QB Jordan Wynn (Utah)
QB Jordan Wynn (Utah)
WR Gahn McGaffie (Missouri)
WR Gahn McGaffie (Missouri)
RB Trent Richardson (Alabama)
RB Trent Richardson (Alabama)
QB Taylor Martinez (Nebraska)
QB Taylor Martinez (Nebraska)
RB Doug Martin (Boise State)
RB Doug Martin (Boise State)
RB Ed Wesley (TCU)
RB Ed Wesley (TCU)

My College Football Top 35 (Week 9)

  1. Auburn (8-0)
  2. Oregon (7-0)
  3. TCU (8-0)
  4. Boise State (6-0)
  5. Michigan State (8-0)
  6. Utah (7-0)
  7. Alabama (7-1)
  8. Missouri (7-0)
  9. LSU (7-1)
  10. Wisconsn (7-1)
  11. Oklahoma (6-1)
  12. Ohio State (7-1)
  13. Nebraska (6-1)
  14. Florida State (6-1)
  15. Arizona (6-1)
  16. Stanford (6-1)
  17. Oklahoma State (6-1)
  18. Arkansas (5-2)
  19. South Carolina (5-2)
  20. Miami,Fl (5-2)
  21. Iowa (5-2)
  22. Miss. State (6-2)
  23. Virginia Tech (6-2)
  24. USC (5-2)
  25. Hawaii (6-2)
  26. Baylor (6-2)
  27. Nevada (6-1)
  28. North Carolina (4-3)
  29. Clemson (4-3)
  30. East Carolin (5-2)
  31. Maryland (5-2)
  32. Navy (5-2)
  33. Michigan (5-2)
  34. Northwestern (5-2)
  35. Iowa State (4-3)

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