Sixteen out of 20 AP Over 25 teams won in the College Football’s 12th week but no one won more or more than in the Meyer of Florida Gators, who seriously violated Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks, 56-6, in what many thoughts were going to be the closest sports competition.
After 31-30 rage at home and Mississippi 6 weeks ago, No 3 Gators have gone to the ballistic, 5-bit straight on Arkansas, 51-21 on LSU, 63-5 on Kentucky, 49-10 on Georgia and 42-14 on Vanderbilt. Now they were looking south.
Gamecocks were 7-3 and rated number 11 in the fledgling nation, No. 10 in closing the defense, No. 4 in approving the defense by No. 12 in approving the defensive efficiency. Florida was also caused, 22nd place in the run, No. 21 in refugee defense, No. 4 in closing protection, No. 17 in passing protection, No. 10 in approving effective, No. No 4 in sales volume.

Sure, No. The 24-foot South Carolina could at least drop down to 3-position Florida, even in the attempt to lose. Did not happen.
Despite their surprising statistics, Gators ranked 91 percent in the sales margin and expressed their favor against Gators, who took over 3 consecutive times in the first quarter, scoring 3 goals in 8 games. From then on, South Carolina and Steve Spurrier was toast.
The loss was the worst of Spurrier in the career played by teaching the teaching work of 5 years. He had no hosed that bad since falling 63-7 Florida in 1995. Spurrier participated in Florida for 12 years, from 1990 to 2001. In Florida it was a business a usual, racking up his 16th victory over South Carolina in 17 years, and pushing his record up to 9-1 this year.
For all defensive figures of South Carolina against other opponents, they should look at the 3rd problem on the turnovers, see Percy Harvin run over 167 yards of the yard against them, and look at the Roboback Gator Roboback Tim for the score 3.

 

The first 16 groups mentioned in Top 25 Poll this week did not almost lose their rank and status. Included:
No. 1 Alabama home on Mississippi State 32-7, No. 4 Texas road on Kansas 35-7, No. 6 Southern California road on Stanford 45-23, No. 7 Penn State home Indiana 34 -7, No. 8 Utah on San Diego State 63-14, No. 9 Boise State Road on Idaho 45-10, and No. 10 State of Ohio road on Illinois 30-20.
No. 11 State of Oklahoma highway on Colorado 30-17, No. 12 Missouri Road on Iowa State 52-20, No. 13 Georgia road on Auburn 17-13, No. 14 Ball condition on the road on the Ohio Miami of 31-16, and No. 16 Brigham Young on the road on the 38-24 Air Force.
Also winning this week was Louisiana’s 19th Louisiana home at 40-31 Troy (Tigers were lost with Troy 31-3 before closing 37 marks without response to the incredible return during winning victories), No. 22 Cincinnati on the road on Louisville 28-20, and No. 23 Oregon State at California 34-21.

The five teams in the top 25 were emerging this week-no. 2 Texas Tech, No. 5 Oklahoma, No. 15 Texas Christian, No. 18 State of Michigan and No. 21 Pittsburgh.
Among the top 25 teams that were angry this week, South Carolina played a role team, No. 2 Florida. No. 17 North Carolina lost Maryland 17-15 roads, No. 20 Florida State lost Boston College 27-17 home and No. 25 Tulsa lost Houston 70-30 road.
South Carolina, Florida State, and Tulsa all came out of Top 25 Poll again, Maryland and Oregon returned again,

 

and Miami (FL) arrived for the first time this year.
I am Please, we can stand spin about how Tulsa, Georgia Tech, Boston College, Connecticut, Virginia Tech, Vanderbilt, Florida State, Clemson, California, East Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, UCLA, Fresno State, Wake Forest, Oregon, Florida South, Arizona State, Wisconsin, Auburn, West Virginia, Minnesota and Maryland should be in Top 25.
All these teams have been in and out of Top 25 in the first 12 weeks of the season. Of course, some of them are good but they are all quite contrary.
The only 13 teams have been on Top 25 every 12 weeks. Alabama, No. 2 Texas Tech, No. 3 Florida, No. 4 Texas, No. 5 Oklahoma, No. 6 Southern Cal, No. 7 State Penn, No. 8 Utah, No. 10 Ohio State, No. 12 Missouri, No. 13 Georgia, No. Brigham Young and No. 17 LSU. Now that’s consistent.
Only 5 open-ended clubs remain 11-0 in Alabama, 10-0 Texas Tech, 11-0 Utah, Boise State 10-0 and 10-0 Ball State.
There is at least 3 good match matches like Number 2 Texas Tech (10-0) tour. 5 Oklahoma (9-1), No. 7 Penn State (10-1) hosts No. 17 Jimb

 

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