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2008 Week 7 College Football Top 25
(Top 25 After Week 6 Games - From 10/6 to 10/11/2008)

Here is Our Archieved Bankroll Sports Week 7 Top 25 Rankings

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Below you will find the Bankroll Sports columnists' archieved college football top 25 rankings for week seven of the college football season. These are the official Bankroll College Football Top 25 rankings following the week six games! Check out our College Football Top 25 Page for more national polls along with the latest AP, Coaches, & Harris Poll. Thanks for visiting Bankroll Sports.

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1.  Oklahoma Sooners (5-0) – The Sooners continue to route opponents, with this weeks sacrificial lamb; the Baylor Bears. Oklahoma put up 49 points, in a 49-17 win. The win kept the Sooners as our # 1 team in the land.  Quarterback Sam Bradford was once again impressive, throwing for 372 yards and two touchdowns. Bradford has now thrown for 1,665 yards and 18 touchdowns on the season. The Oklahoma defense has allowed just 69 points in five games. The Sooners will face huge battles in the next two weeks, both at home. Oklahoma will host Texas this Saturday, and then Kansas on October 18th.

2.  Missouri Tigers (5-0) – Another week with two consecutive Big 12 teams at the top of the rankings. The Missouri Tigers moved to 5-0 after completely dismantling the Nebraska Cornhuskers 52-17. The win kept the Tigers at # 2. The Missouri offense put up 462 total yards on offense, including 462 in the air. Quarterback Chase Daniel completed 18 of 23 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns. Daniel has now thrown for 1,665 yards, and 15 touchdowns on the season. Derrick Washington ran the ball 14 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns. Missouri will host Oklahoma State on Saturday, and then travel to Texas on October 18th.

3.  LSU Tigers (4-0) – LSU is coming off a bye week, remaining at # 3 on the season. The Tigers will now play eight straight weekends, with three of those games coming against current AP Top 11 teams. Quarterback Jarrett Lee has thrown for six touchdowns, and running back Charles Scott has also ran for six. The Tigers are averaging 35.5 points per game, while allowing 14.2. On Saturday, the Tigers will travel to Gainesville to battle with the Florida Gators.

4.  Texas Longhorns (5-0) – The Longhorns remain # after their 38-14 win over Colorado. Now Texas is set for their biggest game thus far in the 2008 season. Texas will face off with the # 1 team in the land, Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday. This game is not only going to be the game of the Big 12, but also the game of week seven, and probably of the season in the NCAA. Quarterback Colt McCoy looks to have a big game, and improve upon his 1280 yards thrown through five games.

5.  Alabama Crimson Tide (6-0) – The Crimson Tide escaped on Saturday with a 17-14 win over Kentucky. With that win Alabama remains # 5 in the polls. The 6-0 Crimson Tide will get a week off, and allow head coach Nick Saban to clean up a lot of the mistakes that hampered the Alabama attack on Saturday. After the week off Alabama will tangle with Mississippi at home. Quarterback John Parker Wilson has led the ‘Bama offense with six touchdowns thrown to just two interceptions. The Crimson Tide have put up 202 points, while yielding just 81 six games into the season.

6.  Penn State Nittany Lions (6-0) – Joe Pa’s crew remains at # 6 with the 20-6 win over Purdue. Evan Royster ran for 141 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown. The Nittany Lions put up 422 total yards on offense, including 220 in the air. Penn State held the Boilermakers scoreless until the final six minutes of the game, when Purdue was able to get a one-yard Kory Sheets touchdown run. In six wins this season, the Nittany Lions have put up 269 points on the board, while allowing just 70. Penn State currently leads the Big Ten, tied with Ohio State, and Michigan State at 2-0. The Nittany Lions will travel to Madison Wisconsin and face the Badgers this weekend.

7.  USC Trojans (3-1) –  Somehow you just know Pete Carroll has a little smirk on his face knowing where his USC Trojans stand. Sure, they are not where they would rather be, after the loss to Oregon State, but continuing to hang around may prove to be very beneficial for USC at the end of the season. On Saturday, after trailing 7-0 quickly, the Trojans outscored Oregon 44-3 en route to a 44-10 win. The Trojans have been solid defensively, allowing just 47 points in four games. Quarterback Mark Sanchez, nursing an injury may miss his next start. On Saturday, the Trojans will face Arizona State at home. The Trojans remain at # 7 for the second straight week. 

8.  Texas Tech Red Raiders (5-0) – Texas Tech slides up one position after an impressive 58-28 win on Saturday over Kansas State. The Red Raiders moved ahead of idle Georgia. The Red Raiders, 5-0 overall, are 1-0 in the Big 12, and have two straight games, in which they will be the favored, and look to be sitting pretty at 7-0 before a brutal stretch of games. During that span, Texas Tech will travel to Kansas and Oklahoma, and host Texas and Oklahoma. All four teams are currently ranked in the top 17 in the AP poll. Texas Tech has scored 241 points in five games.

9.  Georgia Bulldogs (4-1) – The Bulldogs had week six off, and are now ready to regain their focus and composure after a week five defeat. The Bulldogs are 4-1 overall, but sit a game behind Vanderbilt with their SEC loss. Like Texas Tech, Georgia does not enjoy an easy schedule, by any means. This week Georgia will take on Tennessee. After leaving Tennessee, Georgia will see four top 20 teams in their next five games. Vanderbilt, LSU, Florida and Auburn will come calling. The Bulldogs moved down one position from # 8 to # 9.

10.  Florida Gators (4-1) – The Gators showed they were a little agitated on Saturday in blowing out Arkansas 38-7. The Gators feel they should be 5-0, but the 31-30 defeat at the hands of the Mississippi Rebels may cost them a title chance. Tim Tebow has completed 79 of 128 passes for 1025 yards, including 8 touchdowns, and 1 interception. The Gators have scored 180 points, and allowed 57. This week, the Gators have themselves a chance to move up the BCS ladder with a home game with the Tigers of LSU.

11.  Boise State Broncos (4-0) – The Broncos, by winning on Saturday; a 38-3 win over Louisiana Tech; remain at the # 11 position. The Broncos in four games have scored 144 points, and allowed just 49. Boise State currently sits atop the Western Athletic Conference, with a 1-0 record, tied with San Jose State, Nevada, and Utah State. Boise State will travel outside the WAC on Saturday when they travel to Southern Mississippi. The Broncos will not see a team currently ranked in the top 25 the remainder of the season.

12.  Ohio State Buckeyes (5-1) – After a 20-17 road win in Madison, the Buckeyes move up one position from # 12 to # 13. In the win, Terrelle Pryor ran for 11 yards for a touchdown that proved to be the game winning score. The Buckeyes then put a halt to the Badgers drive as Malcolm Jenkins intercepted Allan Evridge pass with just under a minute. The Buckeyes are now 5-1 overall, and 2-0 in the Big Ten. Ohio State will host Purdue on Saturday, before traveling to East Lansing to battle Michigan State on October 18th.

13.  BYU Cougars (4-0) – The Cougars continue their impressive assault on their 2008 schedule. Outscoring opponents 206-58 in five games, the Cougars, since the 28-27 win in week two over Washington have not been tested. In the three games since that game, BYU has won 59-0, 44-0, and 34-14. The Cougars offense has scored 206 points led by quarterback Max Hall. Hall has completed 130 of 181 passes for 1587 yards and 17 touchdowns. BYU will host New Mexico on Saturday. BYU moves up one position from # 14 to # 13.

14.  Kansas Jay hawks (4-1) –  The Jay hawks continue to make their way back up the rankings, climbing two positions from # 16 to #14, despite looking vulnerable in a  35-33 win over Iowa State. Kansas took a 35-33 lead late in the game, and then got four straight defensive stops in the final minute of the game to hold on to the win. Quarterback Todd Reesing threw for 319 yards, making it the fourth straight game in which Reesing threw for 300+ yards. Kansas will host Colorado on Saturday.

15.  Utah Utes (6-0) – The leaders of the Mountain West Conference with a 2-0 record, the Utah Utes moved up two positions from # 17 to # 15 with a narrow victory over the upstart Beavers of Oregon State.  In the win Louie Sakoda hit a 37 yard field goal as time expired. The Utes trailed late in the game, but kept their hopes alive scoring 8 points in the final 89 seconds of the game. The Mountain West Conference is now 6-1 against the Pac Ten in 2008. Utah will travel to Wyoming on Saturday, in a battle of first place versus last place in the Mountain West.

16.  Virginia Tech Hokies (5-1) – The Hokies move up three positions from # 19 to # 16 after their 27-13 win over Western Kentucky. The five wins for Virginia Tech have come over Furman, Georgia Tech,  North Carolina, Nebraska and Western Kentucky. After the week one defeat at the hands of East Carolina the Hokies have righted the ship. Virginia Tech currently leads the ACC conference, Coastal Division with a 2-0 record. That currently sits ahead of Georgia Tech’s 2-1, and North Carolina and Duke’s 1-1. The Hokies take to the road the next two weeks, traveling to Boston College, and Florida State.

17.  Vanderbilt Commodores (5-0) – The Commodores continue their surprising 2008 season without a loss. On Saturday Vanderbilt came away with a 14-13 win over Auburn. The win moved them up three spots from # 20 to # 17.The win for Vanderbilt was their first win in 52 years in which they won, being ranked in the AP poll. Mackenzi Adams threw for 152 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday. The game was not decided until a little over two minutes to play when Myron Lewis picked off an Auburn pass. It was the first time Vanderbilt beat Auburn in 14 decisions.

18.  Oklahoma State Cowboys (5-0) – The Cowboys are looking for their share of respect in the Big 12. With three teams currently in our top five rankings, and five listed ahead of the Cowboys, deserving or not, the Cowboys will only get a small piece of the respect pie. After doubling up Texas A+M on Saturday, the Cowboys moved up 3 positions from # 21 to # 18. After five wins over Washington State, Houston, Missouri State, Troy and Texas A+M, the Cowboys schedule now heats up immensely. The Cowboys will take on Missouri Saturday on the road, and still have dates with Texas, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma before the 2008 season concludes. The Cowboys have put up an outstanding 263 points in five games.

19.  Pittsburgh Panthers (4-1) – The big win over South Florida on Saturday(26-21) catapulted the Panthers five positions from # 19 to # 24. In the win LeSean McCoy ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns. McCoy has scampered for seven touchdowns and 533 thus far. The Panthers lone defeat came in week one, in which they dropped a 27-17 decision to Bowling Green. Since that game, Pittsburgh has beat Buffalo, Iowa, Syracuse, and South Florida. Pittsburgh will take this weekend off, and then go outside of the Big East on October 18th, when they take on Navy.

20.  South Florida Bulls (5-1) – The Bulls hopes of an undefeated season came to an abrupt end on Saturday, in a 26-21 loss to Pittsburgh. South Florida’s quarterback Matt Grothe’s pass was knocked down late in the game, which gave the Panthers the win. Grothe has thrown for 1304 yards and nine touchdowns on the season. South Florida’s five wins have come over Tennessee Marin, UCF, Kansas, Florida International, and North Carolina State. South Florida will take this week off before hosting Syracuse on October 18th.

21.  Auburn Tigers (4-2) – The Auburn Tigers continue to hold on to a spot within the top 25 after their second loss of the season Saturday to Vanderbilt. The loss dropped Auburn from # 15 to # 21. The Tigers have had a great deal of struggles scoring points this season winning one game scoring just 3 points, while scoring 14 and 13 in their last two games. The spread offense has been a trial and error for Auburn, and a lot of times went to the side of error. Auburn has scored 112 points in six games, which is low for a SEC power team. The Tigers will host Arkansas on Saturday, before taking a week off, then going out of conference and traveling to West Virginia.

22.  West Virginia Mountaineers (3-2) – The West Virginia Mountaineers gain another slot in the Top 25. The Mountaineers have lost two games, but have shown signs of being an elite team within the Big East Conference. West Virginia has knocked off Villanova, Marshall, and Rutgers. The two losses have come to East Carolina and Colorado. The 24-17 win over Saturday moved West Virginia from being not ranked to # 22 in the new polls. The Mountaineers will take on Syracuse this Saturday at home.

23.  Michigan State Spartans (5-1) – The Michigan State Spartans have found themselves in the top 25 for the first time this season. After a 16-13 win over Iowa on Saturday, the Spartans are now 5-1. The lone loss of the season was a 38-31 decision at the hands of the California Bears. Since that game Michigan State has won five straight games, over, Eastern Michigan, Florida Atlantic, Notre Dame, Indiana and Iowa. The Spartans are 2-0 in the Big Ten, and are tied with Ohio State and Penn State. Michigan State will travel to Northwestern to take on the 5-0 Wildcats on Saturday.

24.  Tulsa Golden Hurricanes (5-0) – The Tulsa Golden Hurricanes have started the season 5-0, and have crept into the Top 25. After a blowout win 63-28 over Rice on Saturday, Tulsa has now put up 282 points in five games this season. The five wins for the Golden Hurricanes have been over UAB, North Texas, New Mexico, Central Arkansas and Rice. Quarterback David Johnson has thrown for over 2000 yards, and thrown 23 touchdowns. Coming into this season Johnson had only thrown two career collegiate touchdowns. Tulsa will travel to Southern Methodist this week, and then come home for two straight games against UTEP and Central Florida.

25.  Northwestern Wildcats (5-0) – The Northwestern Wildcats are off to a 5-0 start. 1-0 in the Big Ten with their lone win coming over Iowa the Wildcats will see their stiffest test of the season on Saturday when they host the Spartans of Michigan State. The Wildcats have scored 125 points, and allowed 62 on the season. The Wildcats trail Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State in the Big Ten, who all have 2-0 marks in the conference.

Best of the rest:
North Carolina Tarheels, Illinois Fighting Illini, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, East Carolina Pirates, Ball State Cardinals, California Bears, TCU Horned Frogs

Dropped from polls:
Wisconsin Badgers, Fresno State Bulldogs, Connecticut Huskies, Colorado Buffaloes


















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