College Football 2007 – 7 Top 25 Teams Suffer Defeat, Including South Florida

Seven AP Top 25 groups were furious about the end of the week, none more amazingly than No. 2-positioned and beforehand unbeaten South Florida. The Bulls looked magnificent this season until losing to Rutgers 30-27 out and about.

South Florida, who many idea was THAT acceptable, is currently, best case scenario, 6-1 and to say the least a paper tiger.

The Bulls actually need to go to Connecticut, Syracuse and Pittsburgh, and host Cincinnati and Louisville at home. Connecticut is 6-1, Cincinnati is 6-2 and Pittsburgh just irritated No. 23-positioned Cincinnati, 24-17.

Of the 6 unbeaten groups going into the end of the week Ohio State, South Florida, Boston College, Arizona State, Kansas and Hawaii-I anticipated that South Florida and Arizona State had the most obvious opportunity with regards to completing undefeated. So much for the South Florida forecast.

Boston College, Arizona State and Hawaii-each of the 7-0-were out of danger as they didn’t play. Give careful consideration of the way that Arizona State is positioned No. 4 in scoring guard, surrendering just 15 focuses per game.

No. 1-positioned Ohio State and No. 15-positioned Kansas stayed undefeated as the 8-0 Buckeyes facilitated by Michigan State 24-17 at home, and the 7-0 Jayhawks made a trip to Colorado and won 19-14.

Ohio State has the No. 1 scoring guard in the country, surrendering just 7.9 focuses per game. Kansas has the No. 2 scoring guard, surrendering 10.1 ppg. On the off chance that you think protection wins titles, you are correct.

Acquiring the worst part of the deal were:

1) Steve Spurrier’s No. 6-positioned South Carolina Gamecocks facilitated Vanderbilt and lost, 17-6, giving the Commodores their greatest success in 70 years. เว็บข่าวมวย   Vanderbilt’s last huge success was a 7-6 triumph over No. 6 LSU in 1937, proof of how inadequate Vanderbilt has been during the most recent 70 years. Envision being accountable for raising money for the Vanderbilt football program throughout the previous 69 years.

The loss must be horrendous for Spurrier whose South Carolina group had been looking better constantly on its move up the Top 25.

2) No. 8-positioned Kentucky facilitated No. 14-positioned Florida and expeditiously was outscored 45-37.

3) The No. 10-positioned California Bears went to UCLA and lost 30-21 to the Bruins. UCLA resembles a yo-yo this year. The once tenth positioned Bruins took a butt whipping at Utah, 44-6, then, at that point facilitated Notre Dame and lost 20-6, giving the 1-7 Irish their lone success of the year. It seemed well and good that UCLA would then agitated California.

There is, obviously, no fact to the talk that Bruin players went through mental testing.

4) No. 20-positioned Tennessee went to Alabama and got hammered 41-17. Watch out for Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide who are presently 6-2 and host LSU this Saturday.

5) As referenced prior, No. 23-positioned Cincinnati lost to Pittsburgh 24-17.

6) No. 25-positioned Kansas State experienced difficulty out and about, getting nipped by Oklahoma State 41-39.

The new AP Top 25 Poll shows Arizona State jumping from No. 12 to No. 7, Florida from No. 14 to No. 9, and Michigan from No. 24 to No. 19.

Entering the Top 25 this week was Virginia at No. 21, Alabama at No. 22, Penn State at No. 24 and Rutgers at No. 25. All aside from Virginia were positioned in the Top 25 prior in the season.

So the new Top 10 after week 8 are: 1 Ohio State, 2 Boston College, 3 LSU, 4 Oklahoma, 5 Oregon, 6 West Virginia, 7 Arizona State, 8 Virginia Tech and tied for 9 USC and Florida.

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