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Week 8 CFB Power Rankings

College Football Rankings Week 8

This past Saturday we weren’t disappointed by College Football. There were several great games along with a few surprising outcomes.

Arkansas almost upset Florida in what would have been the surprise of the year, Sam Bradford re-injured his shoulder, Notre Dame fell short again in a winnable game and the Buckeyes looked as bad as they have all season.

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Without further adieu, here are my Week 8 College Football Rankings:

Florida: Even though they won on the final drive of the game they won and that keeps them at #1.

Alabama: Mark Ingram was a beast against South Carolina. I would have ranked them #1 if it weren’t for their anemic passing game.

Texas: Great Longhorn defense, terrible performance by McCoy’s offensive line.

Boise State: The Broncos are 15-1 in their last 16 games as a ranked team.

USC: Pete Carroll’s is opening the playbook more and more for freshmen Matt Barkley and I am not so sure if USC beat Notre Dame as much as Notre Dame lost the game for USC.

Cincinnati: The Bearcats won their fourth straight against USF.

Iowa: Hawkeyes is 7-0 for the first time since 1985

Oregon: they prepare for Washington after a bye week.

LSU: Auburn will be their next challenge.

TCU: TCU’s 6-0 start is its best since starting 10-0 in 2003.

Miami (FL): QB Jacory Harris seems to getting his rhythm back.

Georgia Tech: QB Josh Nesbitt completed just one pass but rushed for 122 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Yellow Jackets upset the Hokies.

Penn State: Lions big defense hasn’t allowed a first-half touchdown all season.

Virginia Tech: Georgia Tech’s rushing games was too much for the Hokies.

Brigham Young: Max Hall threw for 346 yards and had four touchdowns to lead the Cougars to 6-1 record for the second straight year.

Oklahoma State: WR Hubert Anyiam made OSU fans forget that Dez Bryan wasn’t playing.

Ohio State: Terrelle Pryor is to blame.

Houston: QB Quarterback Case Keenum, threw his 77 career touchdown pass, third most in school history.

Utah: QB Terrance Cain threw for 174 yards, 2 touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Utes.

Pittsburgh: RB Dion Lewis 180 yards and 2 TD helped Pittsburgh to get their first win over Rutgers since 2004.

Kansas: the Jayhawks didn’t control the time possession of ball and were upset by Colorado.

West Virginia: RB Noel Devine had 103 yards and 2 TD in the victory over Marshall.

South Carolina: QB Stephen Garcia is not getting the job done.

Notre Dame: Yet again a team that could be great falls short when they need to step up.

Texas Tech: the Red Raiders extended their win streak over Nebraska to four games.

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