GamingToday Top 25 - 10-28-2008

Oct 28, 2008 3:59 PM

1

. Texas: The Longhorns were lucky to get by Oklahoma State. Does the luck finally run out in Lubbock against Texas Tech?

2. Alabama: The Tide gets a breather against Arkansas State before running SEC gauntlet.

3.

Penn State: The Nittany Lions get a bye to rest up for tough test at Iowa.

4.

Florida:
The Gators should outgun Georgia in critical SEC battle at Jacksonville.

5

. Oklahoma: The Sooners face a tough contest with an improved Nebraska.

6

. Texas Tech: The Red Raiders have a big shot at climbing the BCS ladder.

7

. Georgia: The Bulldogs beat Florida last year, but have lost eight of the last 10 meetings.

8.

USC:
The Trojans get back on the blowout track with Washington in town.

9.

Oklahoma State:
Cowboys miscues cost them a shot at the national title.

10.

Ohio State:
Buckeyes could have beaten Penn State with a real quarterback.

11.

LSU:
The Tigers suffer the same quarterback deficiencies as the Buckeyes.

12.

Utah:
The Utes have lost two of their last three visits to Albuquerque.

13.

South Florida:
The Bulls still haven’t fared well in the Bluegrass State.

14.

Missouri:
The Tigers have too much firepower for the Baylor Bears.

15.

Oregon:
The Ducks have lost the last two contests with California.

16.

TCU:
The Horned Frogs will continue their run against defenseless UNLV.

17.

Boise State:
The Broncos blanked New Mexico State last year, 58-0.

18.

BYU:
The Cougars should regain their focus against shorthanded Colorado State.

19.

Vanderbilt:
The Commodores have an extra week to stew over loss to Duke.

20.

Pittsburgh:
Panthers can gain redemption for Rutgers loss with a win at Notre Dame.

21.

Tulsa:
The Golden Hurricane stir things up in the BCS bowl chase.

22.

North Carolina:
Tar Heels get a needed bye before showdown with Georgia Tech.

23.

Kansas:
The Jayhawks should make it three wins in a row against Kansas State.

24.

Michigan State:
The Spartans appear capable of adding a Wisconsin notch to its belt.

25.

Ball State:
The Cardinals are 8-0, but enter the meat of their schedule.