1 Alabama gets another big test
1. Alabama (Last week: 2) " Every week is a challenge for the defending national champion. That's life in the SEC. How long can the Crimson Tide keep Robert Mathis Authentic Jersey living on the edge?
2. Ohio State (1) " In rolling up 70 points against Eastern Michigan, OSU showcased a wealth of depth, including RB and Jeannette product Jordan Hall, one of the nation's leading kick returners.
3. Florida (6) " The defense is ahead of the offense, and the offense might be in further trouble if RB Jeff Demps (367 yards) can't go against Alabama.
4. Boise State (7) " Let's see, whom in the WAC can keep this team in check or motivated. We'll find out on Nov. 26 (No. 25 Nevada).
5. Oklahoma (4) " The Sooners weren't overly impressive at Cincinnati, but Bob Stoops will have them prepared for the Red River Rivalry.
6. LSU (5) " The Tigers are loaded with talent, but QB Jordan Jefferson remains a liability. As it proved against West Virginia, LSU can shut it down.
7. Stanford (NR) " Pass the KoolAid, I'm starting to believe in the Cardinal. Andrew Luck is the best QB in the Pac10.
8. Oregon (NR) " The Ducks roll up points (57.8) like a pinball machine. RB LaMichael James leads one of the most explosive ground games in the country.
9. Auburn (NR) " QB Cameron Newton is the bestkept secret in the SEC. He's passed for 683 yards, 9 TDs and rushed for a teamhigh 485 yards.
10. TCU (8) " I flipped a www.officialfootballcolts.com coin to decide on the Horn Frogs or Nebraska. The Cornhuskers won the toss, but I felt better about TCU.
Dropped out: No. 3 Texas, No. 9 Arkansas, No. 10 Arizona
1. RB Mark Ingram (jr., Alabama) : The defending Heisman winner proved, as he did last year, that he's ready to deliver the mail no matter the conditions. He did it again against Arkansas, rushing for 157 yards.
2. QB Terrelle Pryor (jr., Ohio State) : Every week won't be Eastern Michigan (6 TDs, including a scoring pass from high school teammate Jordan Hall). But so far, every week has been solid.
3. QB Denard Robinson (soph., Michigan) : Even logging just nine minutes (129 yards and 2 TDs), Mr. Robinson is entrenched in this Heisman neighborhood.
4. QB Kellen Moore (jr., Boise State) : You can knock the Broncos' schedule, but not his arm (62 of 95 for 873 yards, 8 TDs).
5. CB Patrick Peterson (jr., LSU) : He's one of the best cover corners and run defenders in college football. But his 60yard punt return was the difference in the win over WVU.
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