|10/11/2010 - 11:47am||I don't see how you can justify Michigan over Oregon State||
The only reason OSU has two losses is because they played two teams in your own top 4- had UM played them, they'd have two losses, too, and by much wider margins (OSU played them close). Case in point, the only top 25 team UM has played, they got blown out. At home. Plus, OSU has actually beaten 2 decent teams in Arizona and Arizona St, much better than ND or Indiana.
It's all irrelevant I guess, as Iowa will put it to rest.
|10/21/2008 - 4:26pm||Maybe I'm wrong, but I always thought the "spread"||
was a formation, not an offense. Now some teams run a high % passing game primarily out of the spread a la Texas Tech, others run a zone read option, a la WVU, Illinois, which encompasses a lot more running, and there are West Coast offense types as well, etc.
|10/21/2008 - 10:11am||I just can't get behind Texas Tech...||
They seem like a slightly better version of the team they've been for the last 8 years, capable of 9 wins and completely incapable of beating a real team like Florida.
Somewhat the same with OK St, I really wonder about these B12 teams vs. a man-eating SEC defense.
Overall, though, I think the poll is better than most, and the PSU-OSU situation will resolve itself this weekend anyway, if PSU wins @ C-Bus they deserve to be above Bama.
Oh, and Utah needs to go down to #15 or so. No way they beat a Mizzou or LSU in my opinion.