September 22, 2012; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks defensive end Dion Jordan (96) during the game against the Arizona Wildcats at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-US PRESSWIRE

WBN NCAA Football Top 25: Oregon Ducks edge LSU Tigers for #2 spot


We know that the Oregon Ducks lead the NCAA in best uniform combinations, but this week, they got one step closer to the top spot as best team in college football in the latest edition of the WBN Top 25.  Due to their 49-0 win over Arizona, the Ducks leapfrogged the LSU TIgers for the second spot in the poll.  Kansas state jumped eight spots to find themselves in the top ten and Notre Dame was the other new team in the top ten.  This weeks poll saw four new teams (Oregon State, Rutgers, Baylor, and Tennessee) while Arizona, UCLA, Michigan, and Boise State bid adiew to the top 25.  Here is the complete poll:

  1. (1)  Alabama (4-0) – 150
  2. (3)  Oregon (4-0) – 141
  3. (2)  LSU  (4-0) – 140
  4. (4)  FSU (4-0) – 131
  5. (5)  Georgia (4-0) – 126
  6. (7) South Carolina (4-0) -121
  7. (15)  Kansas State (4-0) – 109
  8. (10)  Stanford (3-0) – 104
  9. (8)  WVU (3-0) – 103
  10. (12)  Notre Dame (4-0) – 103
  11. (14)  Florida (4-0) – 90
  12. (13) Texas (3-0) – 89
  13. (11)  USC (3-1) – 79
  14. (16)  Ohio State (4-0) – 69
  15. (17)  TCU (3-0) – 68
  16. (6)  Oklahoma (2-1) – 58
  17. (9)  Clemson (3-0) – 58
  18. (–)  Oregon State (2-0) – 41
  19. (23)  Mississippi State (4-0) – 37
  20. (21)  Michigan State (3-1) – 33
  21. (20)  Louisville (4-0) – 30
  22. (–)  Rutgers (4-0) – 23
  23. (24)  Nebraska (3-1) – 23
  24. (–)  Baylor (3-0) – 10
  25. (–)  Tennessee (3-1) – 7

Others:  Boise State (6), Arizona (6), UCLA (5)

The WBN Top 25 is published weekly and is compiled by WBN Writers Paul Jordan, James Streble, Jason Marcum,  Alan Smith, Jordan Bunch and Tyler Adkins from Kentucky Sports Report. To check out the Fansided Network Top 25. go here. 

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  • http://twitter.com/BigGameJamesWBN James Streble

    Louisville is #19 in the official polls, but with two consecutive lackluster, uninspiring wins, I think the Cards are where they should be at #21. Unless they find some defense, then I don’t think their stay in the top 25 will last the season.