GamingToday Top 25 - 11-04-2008

Nov 4, 2008 5:06 PM

1. Alabama: The unbeaten Crimson Tide should be able to put the final nail in LSU’s SEC coffin this Saturday in Baton Rouge.

2. Texas Tech: With two Oklahoma teams on deck, Raiders walk mine field in clown shoes.

3. Penn State: The Nittany Lions have the easiest path to a 12-0 regular season.

4. Florida: After blitzing Georgia, the Gators aren’t through climbing the BCS ladder.

5. Texas: The Longhorns fell eight seconds short of staying unbeaten.

6. Oklahoma: Sooners should handle Texas A&M before showdown with Texas Tech.

7. USC: The Trojans may get tested against an underrated California squad.

8. Oklahoma State: The Cowboys could have the Raiders seeing red in Lubbock.

9. Ohio State: The Buckeyes meet Northwestern probably for the right to play in Pasadena.

10. Georgia: The Bulldogs defense was exposed (to the bone!) by Florida.

11. LSU: The Tigers welcome old coach Nick Saban with venomous intent.

12. Utah: The Utes season is on the line with TCU coming up on Thursday.

13. Missouri: Close call with Baylor won’t be repeated against K-State.

14. TCU: The Horned Frogs may not find unbeaten Utah quite as accommodating at BYU.

15. Boise State: The Broncos’ winning record is tempered only by the weak WAC.

16. BYU: Home cooking and San Diego State are the right recipe for bungling Cougars.

17. California: The Golden Bears should make it hard on Southern Cal.

18. Pittsburgh: The Panthers will find a different Louisville than the Syracuse choker.

19. West Virginia: With a healthy Pat White, the Mounties can play with anyone.

20. Cincinnati: The Bearcats may be in deep with trip to West Virginia.

21. North Carolina: The rested Tar Heels are poised for big ACC push.

22. Kansas: Jayhawks face Nebraska, who circled last year’s 76-39 debacle.

23. Michigan State: Spartans should dispatch Purdue before date with JoePa.

24. Ball State: The Cardinals begin tough stretch run with stubborn Northern Illinois.

25. Tulsa: The Golden Hurricane light up the scoreboard with Houston.