T3 Power Rankings - At Week 6 1. - Still the champ, and isn't showing any signs of slowing. Perry gave him some issues, but a disconnect prevented the game from finishing, however Hokie was winning at the time. He also demolished Oklahoma and really only has one test left, vs Ohio St. 2. - His win over Cole's USC squad is the best win of the season in my opinion. However, his offense seems to be struggling a bit heading into a big game vs Minnesota. Brave still controls his destiny to finally bring a title to Columbus. 3. - Even without Brent Wright, Nebraska is chugging along behind a great defense and offensive line. Wins vs FSU and Oklahoma have caused me to think that Blonde will be undefeated at year end and likely get a shot at the Big 10 champ in the BCS title game. 4. - Amazingly, he hasn't played a user game yet, so we still don't know who this Texas team really is. His first user game is week 7 vs a struggling Oklahoma squad. 5. - Undefeated, with a wins vs Oklahoma St and UNC under his belt, Leon gets his shot at the Buckeyes in week 6. Win, and he likely guarantees at least a share of the Big 10 title. 6. - USC is the best of the 1-loss bunch. A close loss on the road to Ohio St is nothing to be ashamed of. Could still get into the title picture with some help. 7. - I'm going to be haunted by the 3 2nd half INT's thrown vs Nebraska in week 2. I like my chances to win out, but unfortunately, FSU is likely only playing for the ACC and a top 5 ranking now. 8. - His only loss is to PSU. Question is, can he finally get USC to show up for their final game so he can maybe win the Pac 10? 9. - He has only one loss, but I've got him here purely because the other 1 loss teams have more talent. It will be interesting to see what Jman can pull out of this team this season. 10. - 2 user games, 2 blowout losses. Turnovers and an inability to play defense have killed the Sooners this year. He can try and reclaim something from the season by beating Texas and then hoping that somehow Nebraska loses 2 games in conference (which isn't likely). 11. - Vandermint is turning the team around, and he's hung tough early in both his user games, but just hasn't been able to make enough plays late to get the W. 12. - The talent differential has shown a bit, and a last second loss to Stanford is a killer.