By Eric D.Graham
Updated: November 15, 2011


1. LSU (10-0)

2. Oklahoma State (10-0)

3. Houston (10-0)

Houston has won five straight games against Southern Methodist University. Plus, quarterback Case Keenum has an arm to back them up.

4. Alabama (9-1)

5. Oregon (9-1)

The Ducks running back LaMichael James leads the FBS with 150.9 rushing yards per game. This week, Oregon takes on the Trojans of USC. Oregon has won 19 straight conference games and 21 straight wins at home.

6. Clemson (9-1)

7. Virginia Tech (9-1)

8. Arkansas (9-1)

9. Oklahoma (8-1)

The Sooners of Oklahoma are 20-0 all-time versus Baylor. Despite that, this game should be a Big Ten shootout because Baylor, who is lead by Robert Griffin III, is ranked second in the nation with 567.9 yards per game while Oklahoma is ranked fourth with 545.9 yards per game.

10. Stanford (9-1)

11. Boise State (8-1)

The Broncos of Boise State are haunted by another missed a field goal in a 36-35 loss to Texas Christian. Once again, the Broncos have eliminated themselves from a chance to play for a BCS National Championship.

12. So.Missippi (9-1)

13. South Carolina (8-2)

14. Michigan St. (8-2)

15. Kansas State (8-2)

16. Wisconsin (8-2)

17. Georgia (8-2)

18. Nebraska (8-2)

The Cornhuskers are in second place in the Legends division of the Big Ten Conference after a tough victory against Penn State last Saturday.

19. Penn State (8-2)

20. Michigan (8-2)

The Wolverines are 2-1 at home versus Nebraska.