I'll expand upon this a bit more as I get to know some of you guys that I haven't played with before better. Also, if anyone knows of a good place to get logos for each team to liven this up a bit, I would love the assist (I'm not great at finding stuff like that). User Power Rankings - Through Week 4 1. Penn State (4-0) - The defending national champion hasn't lost, and he will be #1 here as well until someone takes him out. The only team in the dynasty to beat Hokie are the boys down at Texas, but he's been on a roll for a season and a half. 2. Ohio State (4-0) - Brave may just be keeping this spot warm for someone else, as he hasn't shown the ability to even keep it close with Penn St, who the Buckeyes play in week 6. This team is young at QB, and the defense seems suspect, so I'm expecting him to drop out of the undefeated ranks soon. 3. Minnesota (4-0) - Beazus is having a great start to the season, but he's another guy who needs to prove that he can beat the Nittany Lions. Experience at QB with Marquise Gray helps run a high powered offense. 4. Texas (3-1) - If not the most talented team, then Slick has the 2nd best squad talent wise. An early season loss to the Buckeyes was a bit of a surprise. The Horns can play their way back into title contention if they take care of business in conference. 5. Nebraska (3-0) - Only behind Texas due to the quality of the lone Longhorn loss. The Huskers are a bit untested to me, but a game vs Oklahoma will give him the opportunity to prove his chops. Doesn't play Texas unless both get to the Big 12 title game. 6. Oklahoma (3-1) - Dropped an early season stunner to Minnesota, but controls his destiny to win his conference and challenge for a title shot. One of the more talented user teams. 7. Florida St (3-1) - Unfortunately I won't have a chance to play a user game until the ACC title game probably, but the upside is that by that point I should be 11-1 and hoping for some of the other big boys to knock each other off. Biggest challenge on the schedule is a season end game vs the Gators. 8. Notre Dame (4-1) - Good team, that I just don't know enough about, and I'm unfamiliar with their coach. As an independent, he has a bit of an easier schedule than most, and is pretty much guaranteed a BCS bowl berth. 9. UCLA (3-1) - Gave Texas all he could handle in his only defeat. Talent may not be there this year for a title run, but the Bruins are a sleeping giant if Perry starts fencing off California in recruiting. 10. Stanford (3-1) - See Notre Dame, except for the independent thing. 11. North Carolina (3-1) - See Stanford. I'm guessing I'll get to know him at the ACC title game. 12. Washington St (4-1) - See Stanford, but big props for trying to rescue his alma mater.