Sep 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Vinnie Sunseri (3) celebrates with defensive lineman Brandon Ivory (62) and running back Eddie Lacy (42) during the second half against the Michigan Wolverines at Cowboys Stadium. Alabama won 41-14. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-US PRESSWIRE
I said last week that I felt as if the top three in my ballot were interchangeable. After week one I still feel the same way but am confident in my vote of Alabama at #1 after the Tide embarrassed Michigan on Saturday night.
My Top 10
|#1||Alabama||The Tide produced the most impressive performance in the Top 10 last week with their 41-10 shellacking of Michigan.|
|#2||LSU||Won 41-14 over a North Texas team but failed to outshine conference rival Alabama.|
|#3||USC||Took their foot off the throttle after leading Hawaii 35-0 at the half. Won 49-10.|
|#4||West Virginia||The Mountaineers make the biggest jump on my ballot after looking the part of the most dynamic offense in the country after week one with 69 points against Marshall.|
|#5||Florida State||The Seminoles take a significant jump up this week as well, with a 69-3 win over Murray St., but are going to have to overcome some injury issues in order to keep climbing.|
|#6||Oklahoma||The Sooners offense racked up over 400 yards against UTEP but only managed to put 24 points on the board.|
|#7||Oregon||The 34 points that Arkansas State scored on the Ducks has a few people raising their eyebrows.|
|#8||Georgia||A 45-23 win over Buffalo leaves the Bulldogs with a few things to work on.|
|#9||Arkansas||Won 49-24 over Jacksonville State but may have some defensive issues to shore up.|
|#10||Michigan State||A 17-13 win over Boise State on Friday night lands the Spartans in my Top Ten.|
Check out my complete ballot after the jump.
Next Five Out
30. Boise State