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Week 4 / 2009 NCAA Football AP Top 25

Division I College Football Sports Betting News

Polls are taken from all the major polls done by everyone and their dog and put together all on one page for easy viewing.

The rankings are based on a performance and they are not ranked by who will have the best projected statistics for the week.

Check back with us this week as our handicappers break down how the Nations TOP 25 Teams fared in our weekend NCAA Week 4 matchups rundown.

NCAA FOOTBALL POLLS 2009/2010 SEASON

1 Florida
2 Texas
3 Alabama
4 LSU
5 Boise State
6 Virginia Tech
7 Southern California
8 Oklahoma
9 Ohio State
10 Cincinnati
11 TCU
12 Houston
13 Iowa
14 Oklahoma State
15 Penn State
16 Oregon
17 Miami (Fla.)
18 Kansas
18 Georgia
20 Brigham Young
21 Mississippi
22 Michigan
23 Nebraska
24 California
25 Georgia Tech

Check out our college football section today for all your NCAA football handicapping info!

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  1. Some major shake ups as a number of high ranked teams lose to unranked oppenents. These next few week will further weed out the pretenders from the contenders. With the exception of Ole Miss, the SEC is still handing strong as the nation’s best conference.

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