By Eric D.Graham BASN Staff Reporter
Updated: September 21, 2011

NORTH CAROLINA, (BASN)—1. Clemson (3-0)

Can the Tigers put together back to back victories? This week, Clemson takes on the Seminoles of Florida State, who are seeking revenge after losing to Oklahoma.

2. Alabama (3-0)

Alabama is 22-1 in their last 23 home games. This week, the Crimson Tide take on the Razorbacks of Arkansas. Sidebar, Bama’s RB Trent Richardson leads the FBS in touchdowns with eight.

3. LSU (3-0)

The Bayou Bengals defense has held its opponents to only 47.7 yards per game, which is the third fewest in the FBS.

4. Wisconsin (3-0)

5. Oklahoma (2-0)

The Sooners have won 37 straight home games. This Saturday, they try to keep their winning streak alive when they face the University of Missouri, which they have beaten 28 out of 32 times since 1979.

6. Oklahoma State (2-0)

Okla.St has won the last three meeting against Texas A &M. And currently, are averaging 43 points per game.

7. Nebraska (2-0)

8. Stanford (3-0)

9. Boise State (2-0)

10. VA.Tech (3-0)

The Hokies have outscored Marshall 140 to 45 in their last three wins against them.

12. Arkansas (3-0)

Arkansas leads the SEC in scoring with 47.0 points per game.

13. South Carolina (3-0)

14. Florida (3-0)

15. Baylor (2-0)

16. Texas A &M (2-0)

Texas A &M has a 17-3 all time record versus Oklahoma State.

17. Michigan (3-0)

Denard “Shoelace” Robinson is averaging 370 yards of total offense per game which is fourth in the FBS.

18. S.Florida (3-0)

19. W.Virginia (3-0)

Quarterback Geno Smith is averaging 370 passing yards per game for the Mountaineers this season.

20. UNC (3-0)

Notable mentions: Georgia Tech (3-0), Northwestern (2-0), USC (2-0), Texas (3-0)