By Eric D.Graham
Updated: December 1, 2011


1. LSU (12-0) The Bayou Bengals take on the Georgia Bulldogs for the SEC Championship this Saturday.LSU has only allowed six passing touchdowns this season. This is also the first time in LSU history that they gone 12-0 in a season.

2. Houston (12-0)

The Cougars of Houston are playing again for 2011 Conference USA Championship against Southern Mississippi. This is a rematch of 2006 C-USA Championship game, which they won 34-20. This season Houston leads the FBS in passing yards, passing yards per game and passing touchdowns.

3. Alabama (11-1)

4. Virginia Tech (11-1)

This weekend the Hokies of Va.Tech will be playing the Clemson Tigers for the ACC Championship. They are 3-1 in ACC Championships.

5. Stanford (11-1)

6. Oklahoma St. (10-1)

The Cowboys are averaging 562.6 yards per game which is third in the FBS.

7. Boise State (10-1)

8. South Carolina (10-2)

9. Arkansas (10-2)

10. Michigan St. (10-2)

Last time the Spartans of Michigan State played Wisconsin on October 22nd, they won (37-31) on a last second 44 yard Hail Mary pass caught by Keith Michael.

11. Kansas State (9-2)

12. Wisconsin (10-2)

The Badgers of Wisconsin take on the Michigan State Spartans in the Big Ten Championship. And the winner goes to the Rose Bowl. Wisconsin is attempting to make their second back to back Rose Bowl appearance in school history.

13. Georgia (10-2)

The Bulldogs have won 10 games in a row after starting the season (0-2).

14. Penn State (9-2)

15. Michigan (10-2)

16. USC (9-2)

17. Oregon (10-2)

18. Baylor (8-3)

19. Oklahoma (10-2)

Oklahoma has won the last eight games against the Cowboys of Oklahoma State.

20. Clemson (9-3)

The Tigers have lost 3 of the last 4 games since starting (8-0)