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Looking at Saturday’s Heroes (Week 12)
Despite allegations, Cam Newton is still free. The Badgers scored 83 points.
And the Fighting Irish showed, they still have a little fight left in them.
Find out if your favorite team is still in the Top 20 new and improved Eric Graham Stiff-Arm College Football Poll. Remember the rules, if you win, you are in…..And there are no exceptions to the rules.
1. Oregon (10-0)
The Ducks scored only one touchdown in a 15-13 win against the University of California.
2. Auburn (11-0)
With their 49-31 win against the Georgia Bulldogs, the Tigers sealed their fourth SEC Championship. Now, it’s time to get ready for Alabama.
3. TCU (11-0)
The Horned Frogs overcame an early 14-point deficit and clinched a share of their second Mountain West Conference title with a 40-35 win against the Aztecs of San Diego State.
4. Boise State (9-0)
5. LSU (9-1)
The Tigers are 9-1 for the third time under Les Miles. This week, the Bayou Bengals take on Ole Miss.
6. Wisconsin (9-1)
Wisconsin scored 11 touchdowns in their 83-17 victory versus Indiana last week.
The 11 TDs was the most touchdowns scored in the Big Ten in a single-game since 1950. This week, the Badgers face the defenseless Michigan Wolverines. Which means they could score 100 points this week.
7. Ohio State (9-1)
The Buckeyes lead the Big Ten in total defense by allowing only 230 yards per game. This week, the Buckeyes will try to give the 7-3 Iowa Hawkeyes another “black eye.”
8. Nebraska (9-1)
The Cornhuskers lead the Big 12 in rushing offense with 282.3 yards per game. They are 10-3 all-time vs. Texas A&M, who have won four straight games against Big 12 opponents.
9. Oklahoma St. (9-1)
10. Stanford (8-1)
11. Michigan St. (9-1)
The Spartans of Michigan State are 21-6 at home under Coach Mark D’antonio. This week, they battle the Boilermakers of Purdue.
12. Alabama (8-2)
13. Arkansas (7-2)
14. Missouri (8-2)
15. Oklahoma (8-2)
16. Virginia Tech (8-2)
17. Nevada (8-1)
18. South Carolina (7-3)
19. Utah (8-2)
20. Mississippi State (7-3)
Note: This poll will dramatically change after next week’s games. So don’t be surprised if your favorite team gets stiff-armed out of the top 20. In other words, keep your chin-strap on.