School football’s ninth week saw the 5 groups at the highest point of the AP Top 25 Poll pull out to all adversaries that they are not dropping down without any problem.
No. 1 Texas facilitated unbeaten No. 7 Oklahoma State and won 28-24 by holding the Cowboys to almost 50% of their 46 point scoring normal through 7 games. In 4 of its 7 successes, Oklahoma State had scored 56, 57, 55 and 56 focuses in sequential games. The Cowboys played extreme, yet in the end the Longhorns wouldn’t lose.
No. 2 Alabama went to unranked Tennessee and the Crimson Tide moved on, beating the Volunteers 29-9. Tennessee might be the best 3-5 group in the country. Hardly any individuals understand that the Vols are positioned fourteenth broadly in surging guard, seventeenth in scoring protection and seventeenth in passing safeguard.
No. 3 Penn State went to No. 10 Ohio State and turned around one of the country’s top safeguards in a 13-6 nail-biter. The Nittany Lions had danced through their initial 6 games prior to confronting Wisconsin out and about and Michigan at home. Numerous intellectuals felt that their timetable was frail contrasted with the Buckeyes. Not really. JoPa’s group left Ohio State with a 9-0 record.
Less notable was the way that while the Buckeyes were positioned among the Top 25 groups measurably in 5 cautious classifications, the Nittany Lions were additionally positioned among the Top 25 in similar classifications. Additionally, Penn State was in the Top 25 out of another protective class and two additional hostile classifications. Ohio State won’t play in the BCS public title game this year.
No. 4 Oklahoma headed out to unranked Kansas State and dominated the match in the principal half, 55-28. Kansas won in the subsequent half, 7-3. The last was 58-35. Get the job done to say that safeguard was not in plain view.
No. 5 Florida facilitated Kentucky and took the Wildcats to school in a 63-5 frolic that some idea could never end soon enough.
No. 6 Southern California figured out how to move beyond an unranked, 2-5 Arizona State group, 17-10, a not noteworthy triumph. No. 8 Texas Tech was noteworthy out and about, tearing No. 19 Kansas another one in a 63-21 triumph. Tech drove 56-14 after 3/4. No. 9 Georgia went to No. 11 Louisiana State and won 52-38.
The remainder of the AP Top 25 champs didn’t make a very remarkable mix. It was No. 13 Boise State over San Jose State 33-16, No. 15 Texas Christian over Wyoming 54-7, No. 16 Missouri over Colorado 58-0, No. 18 Brigham Young over UNLV 42-35, No. 20 Ball State over Eastern Michigan 38-16, No. 22 Tulsa over Central Florida 49-19, No. 24 Florida State over Virginia Tech 30-20, and No. 25 Minnesota over Purdue 17-6. เว็บบาคาร่าที่ดีที่สุด
Other Top 25 groups that lost to unranked groups incorporated No. 14 South Florida to Louisville 24-20, No. 17 Pittsburgh to Rutgers 54-34, No. 21 Georgia Tech to Virginia 24-17, and No. 23 Boston College to North Carolina 45-24. No. 12 Utah was inactive this week.
The lone 8 unbeaten groups remaining incorporate Texas, Alabama, Penn State, Texas Tech, Utah, Boise State, Ball State and Tulsa.
When the new AP Top 25 rundown came out for week 10, 4 groups were feeling the loss of No. 17 Pittsburgh, No. 19 Kansas, No. 21 Georgia Tech and No. 23 Boston College. All were failures this week and along these lines gone.
New to the rundown this year was Maryland at No. 25, and getting back to the Top 25 from prior in the season were No. 21 North Carolina, No. 22 Michigan State and No. 23 Oregon.