Auburn #1, TCU #2, Boise State #3: Major Shake Up in American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- Week 10

Last week’s Big 12 log jam at #2 broken up with Missouri and Oklahoma losses. TCU, Boise State, and Oklahoma State are the beneficiaries and move into the Top 4 behind clear #1 Auburn. Oregon, the fourth unbeaten team left in the country, leaps 8 places to #8.

Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
5.05 1 1 Auburn (10-0)
4.15 2 5 TCU (10-0)
4.00 3 7 Boise State (8-0)
3.89 4 9 Oklahoma State (8-1)
3.85 5 6 LSU (9-1)
3.56 6 12 Iowa (7-2)
3.55 7 8 Michigan State (9-1)
3.46 8 16 Oregon (9-0)
3.44 9 2 Nebraska (8-1)
3.34 10 10 Wisconsin (8-1)
3.33 11 11 Ohio State (8-1)
3.28 12 2 Missouri (7-2)
3.22 13 18 Stanford (8-1)
2.95 14 14 Alabama (7-2)
2.94 15 21 Arkansas (7-2)
2.89 16 15 Mississippi State (7-2)
2.78 17 2 Oklahoma (7-2)
2.67 18 13 Utah (8-1)
2.56 19 25 Virginia Tech (7-2)
2.39 20 17 Arizona (7-2)
2.33 21 28 Nevada (8-1)
2.22 22 31 Kansas State (6-3)
2.22 22 29 Florida (6-3)
2.17 24 32 North Carolina (6-3)
2.17 24 43 Texas A&M (6-3)
2.11 26 37 Miami (FL) (6-3)
2.06 27 19 South Carolina (6-3)
2.00 28 24 Hawaii (7-3)
1.94 29 33 Penn State (6-3)
1.79 30 30 Michigan (6-3)

NOTES:
-Decisive wins by TCU and Boise State put them in position at #2 and #3. Formerly unbeaten Utah falls back 5 spots to #18. Hawaii only loses 4 places to #28. Three WAC teams in the Top 30.

-Auburn isn’t hurt terribly much by win over 1-AA Charleston Southern. They maintain a .85 lead over #2 TCU.

-Oregon jumps to #8. But the Ducks are still overrated on the AP, Coaches, and Harris polls. The net sum of wins of the opponents they’ve defeated is 31. Boise State’s is 32 and they’ve played one LESS game than Oregon has. TCU is 41.5 (.5 for wins over 1-AA teams). Oregon really needed Oregon State to come into the Civil War game at the end of the year with at least 7 wins. The Beavers loss to Arizona State puts them at 4-4.

-Reflecting the topsy turvy year in the Big 12, Texas A&M quietly moves into the Top 30 after 14 point win over Oklahoma.

-Florida and Kansas State back in Top 30 at #22.

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