GamingToday Top 25 - 09-23-2008

Sep 23, 2008 6:56 PM

1. Florida: Gators have allowed one TD in three games. Ole Miss, this week’s SEC matchup in Gainesville, "you’re forewarned!"

2. Oklahoma: Sooners had two weeks to stew over 2005 loss to TCU.

3. USC: Trojans road trip to Corvallis against Oregon State may not be a holiday.

4. Georgia: The Bulldogs may find that the Tide has turned against Alabama.

5. Missouri: Whichever team scores last will win in Nebraska two weeks from now.

6. LSU: Nice comeback win at Auburn. No late heroics will be needed against Mississippi State.

7. Texas: The Longhorns get Arkansas in the Ike-delayed matchup. Arkansas may wish it was called altogether.

8. South Florida: The Bulls will regain their focus against overachieving NC State.

9. Penn State: The Lions should avenge last year’s loss to Illinois.

10. Wisconsin: Badgers poised to end four-year losing streak at Michigan.

11. Auburn: Tommy was outcoached by Les. That won’t happen with Tennessee.

12. Texas Tech: Red Raiders will win a scoring fest in two weeks at Kansas State.

13. Ohio State: Buckeyes have won the last two meetings with Minnesota by a combined 77-7.

14. Wake Forest: Deacons get a sandwich game with Navy. Hold the mayo.

15. Utah: After escaping Air Force, the Utes will pad their stats against Weber State.

16. Oklahoma State: The Cowboys should get a test against Troy.

17. BYU: The scoreboard may short circuit due to overload next week against Utah State.

18. Alabama: Nick Saban has the Crimson Tide ready to climb the SEC ladder.

19. Vanderbilt: Commodores will come back to earth in two weeks against Auburn.

20. Nebraska: Huskers finally face a real defense this week against Virginia Tech.

21. Kansas: The Jayhawks find Sam Houston a nice tuneup before Big 12 action.

22. Oregon: The Ducks get back on track versus hapless Washington State.

23. East Carolina: The Pirates put NC State debacle in rearview mirror, taking out road rage on Houston.

24. Clemson: The Tigers will prove they are back with win at home over Maryland.

25. Virginia Tech: See Clemson (above) except substitute Nebraska.