Sports Brew top 25 Week 13

Ricardo Louis catches the game winning hail mary TD from Nick Marshall on 4th & 18.

Ricardo Louis catches the game winning hail mary TD from Nick Marshall on 4th & 18.

Just because, here is the catch of the year that Auburn Wide Receiver Ricardo Louis made vs Georgia this past weekend.

*Our most sincere apologies for not posting a poll for the past two weeks*

1. Alabama (10-0) Won 20-7 @ Mississippi State, this week vs Chattanooga

2. Florida State (10-0) Won 59-3 vs Syracuse, this week vs Idaho

3. Ohio State (10-0) Won 60-35 @ Illinois, this week vs Indiana

4. Baylor (9-0) Won 63-34 vs Texas Tech, this week @ #11 Oklahoma State

5. Auburn (10-1) Won 43-38 vs Georgia, this week IDLE

6. Missouri (9-1) IDLE, this week @ Ole Miss

7. Oregon (9-1) Won 44-21 vs Utah, this week @ Arizona

8. Clemson (9-1) Won 55-31 vs Georgia Tech, this week vs Citadel

9. Northern Illinois (11-0) Won 48-27 vs Ball State, Won 35-17 @ Toledo (Wed night)

10. Michigan State (9-1) Won 41-28 @ Nebraska, this week @ Northwestern

11. Oklahoma State (9-1) Won 38-13 @ Texas, this week vs #4 Baylor

12. Texas A&M (8-2) IDLE, this week @ #24 LSU

13. South Carolina (8-2) Won 19-14 vs Florida, this week vs Coastal Carolina

14. UCF (8-1) Won 39-36 @ Temple, this week vs Rutgers

15. Louisville (9-1) Won 20-13 vs Houston, this week vs Memphis

16. Fresno State (9-0) IDLE, this week vs New Mexico

17. Stanford (8-2) Lost to #25 USC 20-17, this week vs California

18. UCLA (8-2) Won 41-31 @ Washington, this week vs #19 Arizona State

19. Arizona State (8-2) Won 30-17 vs Oregon State, this week @ #18 UCLA

20. Wisconsin (8-2) Won 51-3 vs Indiana, this week @ #22 Minnesota

21. Duke (8-2) Won 48-30 vs Miami (FL), this week @ Wake Forest

22. Minnesota (8-2) IDLE, this week vs #20 Wisconsin

23. Oklahoma (8-2) Won 48-10 vs Iowa State, this week @ Kansas State

24. LSU (7-3) IDLE, this week vs #12 Texas A&M

25. USC (7-3) Won 20-17 vs #17 Stanford, this week @ Colorado

The BCS Championship Race is Down to The Final Four

Alabama, Florida State, Ohio State and Baylor are all undefeated and the top four teams in the BCS standings.  But, only two can play for the national championship.  Which two will it be?  Right now, Alabama and Florida State are the top two ranked teams but let’s take a look at each team’s remaining schedule and see who has the easiest path.

Alabama: Chattanooga, at #5 Auburn, SEC Championship Game (vs #6 Missouri or #13 South Carolina)

Florida State: Idaho, at Florida, ACC Championship Game (vs #21 Duke, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, North Carolina or Miami (FL)

Ohio State: vs Indiana, at Michigan, Big Ten Championship Game (vs #10 Michigan State or #22 Minnesota)

Baylor: at #11 Oklahoma State, at TCU, Texas (no championship game)

At first glance it looks like Florida State has the easiest path to Pasadena. Next easiest path is a coin toss between Ohio State and Baylor followed by Alabama.  The Crimson Tide face a tough task in playing two top 15 teams in back-to-back weeks. You never know what can happen in the world of college football, but at this point I would put my money on Alabama and Florida State holding on to those top two spots.  A college playoff this year would have been a lot of fun to see.

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