Week 11: College Gameday

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    Week 11: College Gameday

    (Little late this week since most games are already in the books)

    BCS Rankings

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Rank School Record BCS Points User
    1 Ohio State 9-0 0.997 Bravejaf
    2 Texas 10-0 0.997 Era
    3 LSU 7-1 0.989 BulgyTexas
    4 USC 7-1 0.981 PapaPerry
    5 Oklahoma 7-1 0.975 WhyGodWHY
    6 Oregon State 6-2 0.969 Gwill
    7 West Virginia 8-1 0.966 CPU
    8 Michigan 7-1 0.961 dub
    9 Notre Dame 7-1 0.961 CPU
    10 Washington 8-1 0.940 CPU
    11 Alabama 6-2 0.936 dakota
    14 Nebraska 6-3 0.916 wader
    15 Penn State 4-3 0.909 KillaJo
    22 Oregon 6-2 0.845 Huronia
    25 Tennessee 5-3 0.816 MaslerBoros


    Teams jumping up from previous week:
    Oregon State at 6, was 12 before defeating then #3 Washington
    Tennessee at 25, was unranked before beating then #22 Ole Miss

    Teams falling down from previous week:
    Washington at #10, was #3 before losing to then #12 Oregon State

    Heisman Watch

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
    Rank Name Position Stats
    1 Ryan Broyles WR 46 rec 910 yard rec 13 total TD
    2 Chris Polk HB 1474 yard rush 22 TD
    3 Michael Shaw HB 1151 yard rushing 22 total TD
    4 Kale Pick QB 93-146 1427 yard pass 15/3 1427 1020 rush yards 13 TD
    5 Bart Johnson WR 67 rec 934 yard 14 TD


    Broyles and Pick were the big movers this week. Broyles jumped from unranked to claim the top spot while Pick dropped from 1 to 4 in this week's tally. Shaw also was a big mover this week, going from unranked to the #3 spot on the list. Roddy Jones and Jimmy Claussen were left off this week's list.

    Broyles stats don't look impressive compared to the other candidates so he appears to be an interesting choice for top pick. It will be interesting to see if he can maintain his hold on this award. TCU's Bart Johnson's numbers are better than Broyles but he is ranked #5 on this list.
     

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