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NCAAF Week 7 DJ TEEJ TOP 25 (10.11.16)

What a season it has been so far, am I right? Tennessee has been the cardiac kids of college football with all their exciting finishes. Unfortunately for the Volunteers, the luck ran out on Kyle Field last weekend with a double overtime loss to the Aggies.

Alabama seems to still be the class of college football with a dominating win at Arkansas before they head to face the Tennessee Volunteers this weekend. Clemson showed a complete game against Boston College after surviving Louisville at home the previous week. The Tiger offense looks to be improving each week and that is dangerous news with Watson at the helm. Michigan helped Ann Arbor steak fans get 78% off their steaks at Ruth’s Chris after defeating Rutgers 78-0. The Big Ten is set for a Buckeye and Wolverine showdown later this year.

The Big 12 is a mess but don’t look now because the Oklahoma Sooners are 2-0 after defeating the Texas Longhorns. The Sooners survived a tough non-conference slate and now have a chance to win the Big 12. Playoffs might be unlikely, however, if any team knows how to bounce back it would be the Sooners after last year.

Washington will run away with the Pac-12 and it won’t be anywhere near close. After a big time victory over Stanford, the Washington Huskies tore the closet door right off their skeleton closet by destroying Oregon. The Huskies destroyed the Ducks and are #5 in the nation with no real test left on their slate until Washington State on the road in the Apple Cup.

 

Here are my top 25 as we head into week 7:

 

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Ohio State

4. Michigan

5. Washington

6. Louisville

7. Texas A&M

8. Tennessee

9. Wisconsin

10. Ole Miss

11. Nebraska

12. Houston

13. Baylor

14. Boise State

15. FSU

16. Virginia Tech

17. Miami (FL)

18. Florida

19. West Virginia

20. Oklahoma

21. Arkansas

22. Western Michigan

23. Auburn

24. Utah

25. Colorado

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