Power Rankings - Through Week 4 1. - Pretty easy choice, lost the BCS title last year by a 2 pt conversion, returned almost everyone of consequence, and then beat OU and Texas this year already. He still has a huge conference game against Penn St, so the Buckeyes ain't out of the woods yet. 2. - Undefeated and putting up Colecovision numbers vs the CPU (averaging about 10 ypc as a team). Plays his first user game this week vs Minnesota, and then has Ohio St in a couple of weeks. This team has the talent to make a run, and the winner of the PSU/OSU game will be the BCS title favorite. 3. - Won a big game vs OU to put the Huskers in the driver seat for a shot at the Big 12 crown. Another option attack team like PSU that has been running roughshod on the CPU. Has a big game down the road vs Notre Dame that will likely have BCS title implications. 4. - I don't think this team has the talent to make a run, and is likely going to be set to make noise next year as we are starting a true freshman at QB and HB and several 1st year guys are playing on both sides of the ball. However, we are undefeated and beat a tough UCLA team already this season, which is more than the next two undefeated teams can say. 5. - Having Marquise Gray at QB makes this team a threat each week, but he still has to play PSU and OSU this year. He lucked out in playing a CPU controlled UNC team and evidently bribed the schedule maker to only give him 3 user games. If he beats PSU in week 5, watch out Buckeyes, cause it may be Leon's year. 6. - Undefeated but hasn't been tested vs a user opponent yet. The Irish season gets decided beginning in week 7, when they play USC, UNC, Nebraska and Texas in a 7 week stretch. 7. - His only loss is to the Buckeyes, and this is probably the most talented team in the land. I could definitely see Slick running the table and getting back into the BCS title game with 1 loss. 8. - The Trojans only loss was in week 2 to Texas, and that may be due mainly to Cole getting used to the new team. Still has Notre Dame, Wazzou and UCLA on the schedule, so he can make some noise in the national picture. However, I think playing in a relatively weak Pac 10 will probably prevent him from getting back into the title picture without some help. 9. - Perry has a good young team, and he avoids any of the big boys out of conference. The loss to FSU will hurt, but if he can beat USC and win the Pac 10 it will still be a successful year for the Bruins. 10. - Lost a lot of talent last year, but is finding ways to win each week (aside from a CPU controlled loss to Minnesota). The Tar Heel's season will likely come down to a matchup in the ACC title game vs FSU. 11. - Twist got raped by the CPU in the offseason by graduation, early departures and transfers. Couple that with early season losses to OSU and Nebraska, and it's looking like a rough year for the Sooners. With the Huskers not playing Texas this year, Oklahoma is likely shooting for at best a January bowl game this year if they can win out. 12. - Sorry, but I can't put this team any higher. They are the least talented team, but they fight hard each week. If Wazzou can get these guys to 8 wins that would be an impressive accomplishment.