As we near the end of season 2 there have been some major shakeups on the power rankings board. The main change, is the addition of 3 new coaches, as the B1G had some huge firings: Gngsta4Lyphe moves to MSU, dj illmatic 23 takes over the Fighting Sanduskies, and NYJuggalo45 takes over Northwestern. 1. Washington 10-0 (7-0) The Huskies keep rolling, running their mark to 24 consecutive wins without a loss. Their remaining games are @ #24 Oregon and @Washington St. It appears Washington will play #19 Colorado in the Pac-12 championship game, but Utah and USC still have an outside shot at appearing in the game. 2. Georgia Tech 9-1 (6-1) Georgia Tech suffered a big loss at home against #7 Maryland in a game that RyanC was unable to play. It was a tough loss that leaves the Yellow Jackets fate in the hands of the Terps. GT finishes the year @Clemson and against #5 Georgia. 3. Maryland 9-2 (7-0) HovaTheGodMC has the Terps playing well, after a tough beginning of the season. Maryland now controls their own destiny in the ACC Atlantic division. After winning a game in Tallahassee, the Terps now only have a game in Chestnut Hill against BC on the schedule. 4. Virginia 9-2 (5-2) The Cavaliers now control their own destiny in the ACC Coastal division, after picking up a huge win in triple OT against Miami at home. They now finish the season at home against #20 Virginia Tech with a bid to the ACC championship game on the line. 5. Arizona State 7-3 (4-3) The Sun Devils have suffered from inconsistency all season. They lost computer games against unranked Stanford and Washington State. They also lost to #1 Washington. But, defeated #7 Maryland, #3 Notre Dame, and #24 Oregon. The Sun Devils play #19 Colorado in a game against uncleho, which usually are close chess matches and home against Arizona to close the year. 6. Colorado 7-3 (6-1) The Buffs have the inside track to face #1 Washington in the Pac-12 championship game. However, they close with tough games @#13 Arizona State and @ #4 Utah. Colorado is in with a win over ASU and a Utah loss. If not, the South representative will be the winner of Utah / Colorado. If both teams get to 3 conference losses, it brings USC into the picture. 7. Iowa 7-3 (5-3) The Hawkeyes were rolling, until a late season swoon with losses against Illinois and Indiana. Coach tmac6412 righted the ship with a big win against #22 Penn State. They now play home games against Michigan and Iowa State to determine bowl position. 8. Penn State 8-3 (6-3) dj illmatic 23 was thrown into the fire early, as Penn State's game against #15 Illinois basically determined the winner of the Leaders division of the B1G. Penn State finishes the year against lowly Eastern Michigan, which should get them to 9-3 and in line for a New Year's Day bowl. 9. Northwestern 7-4 (6-2) The Wildcats control their own destiny in the B1G legends division. They finish the season against #15 Illinois. With a win, Northwestern will most likely have a rematch against Illinois in the B1G championship game. With a loss, Michigan State will sneak into the game to play Illinois, based on a user game that was played between two coaches no longer with their teams. 10. Michigan State 6-5 (5-3) Sparty has to be disappointed with a 6-5 record, after coming into the season with the highest ranked (97 overall) team of any user. However, MSU can finish 7-5 with an outside shot of getting in the B1G championship game with a win @ Purdue. 11. North Carolina 4-6 (3-3) The Tar Heels had the most difficult schedule of any user this season, with games @#2 Bama, #16 Iowa, #10 Georgia Tech, #14 Virginia, @#20 Virginia Tech, and @#1 Washington. They end the year with 2 winnable games to become bowl eligible: NC State and @ Duke. 12. UCLA 4-6 (2-5) UCLA started the year on fire, even moving into the top 25 before a matchup @ #1 Washington in week 5. The Bruins then lost 5 straight games before righting the ship with a win against #19 Colorado 13-10. The Bruins come off a tough loss to #13 Arizona State and finish the year at home against #8 USC and Stanford.