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RE: Top 25 rankings: Weeks 11 & 12
(11-23-2020 10:26 AM)BearcatMan Wrote:  
(11-23-2020 09:38 AM)kskenyon4 Wrote:  
(11-23-2020 07:52 AM)jedclampett Wrote:  
(11-23-2020 12:58 AM)invisiblehand Wrote:  Is it bad that I think Cincy, SMU, Memphis, Tulsa, Houston, Tulane and UCF would all wallop Coastal Carolina / Marshall / Louisiana?

Of course it's not "bad," unless you want to be "bad."

A touch hubristic and "badass," maybe, but not bad.

Is it "bad" that some others will disagree?

I would trust the rankings on this.

Cincy should be able to beat C. Carolina, Marshall, and Louisiana on a neutral field, but by how much, it's hard to say.

Tulsa, SMU, UCF, and probably Memphis would give them a good tussle on a neutral field and defeat them on their home fields, but maybe not on the road.

Houston and Tulane might be able to beat some of these teams on their home fields, but probably not on the road, and maybe not on a neutral field.

If C. Carolina, Marshall, and Louisiana were in the AAC, they would probably be among the top 5 or 6 best teams in the conference.


Cincy beats those teams by 2+ scores on a neutral field.

I think that's a hedge...nothing about Coastal Carolina in the two games I've watched makes me think they are any better than middle of the pack at best. I genuinely believe they'd be under .500 in the AAC.

The secondaries that they’ve been playing against are piss poor. (Not that all of our team have good defenses, but the ones that don’t like Memphis or UCF has such highly powered offenses that a team like Coastal Car. Wouldn’t be able to keep up)
11-23-2020 01:04 PM
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RE: Top 25 rankings: Weeks 11 & 12
WEEK 13

AP TOP 25:

1 Alabama
2 Notre Dame
3 Ohio State
4 Clemson
5 Texas A&M
6 Florida
7 Cincinnati
8 BYU

9 Miami
10 Indiana
11 Georgia
12 Iowa State
13 Oklahoma
14 Coastal Carolina
15 Marshall

16 Northwestern
17 USC
18 Wisconsin
19 Oklahoma
20 Louisiana
21 Oregon
22 Tulsa
23 Washington
24 Iowa
25 Liberty
22 Auburn
23 Louisiana
24 Tulsa
25 North Carolina

Other teams receiving votes:

26 UNC
27 Buffalo
28 Texas
29 Auburn
30 Colorado
31 NC State
32 Boise St.
33 SJSU
34 SMU
35 UCF

36 Oregon St.
33 Buffalo
37 San Jose St.




Coaches Poll (top 25 teams are identical to those in AP Top 25):

Others receiving votes in the Coaches Poll:

26 Auburn
27 UNC
28 Missouri
29 NC State
30 Texas
31 App St.
32 Buffalo

33 Colorado
34 SJSU
35 Memphis
36 Boise St.
37 Nevada

38 BC
39 Army
40 Ole Miss
41 WVU
42 UCF
43 FAU




NOTE:

There are 7 non-P5 teams in this week's AP Top 25 and Coaches Polls.

Fourteen (37.8%) non-P5 teams received votes in the AP Top 25.

Sixteen (37.2%) non-P5 teams received votes in the Coaches Poll.
11-29-2020 06:16 PM
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