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Sep242009

CFR College Football Power Rankings Week Four 2009

Every week, some changes.

  1. Florida -- Playing sort of how I felt they would, looking like a No. 1 but not the impregnable machine everyone sort of fears they'd be.
  2. Alabama -- The 'Tide do almost everything right.  If McElroy ever develops into a powerhouse quarterback they'll be ridiculous.
  3. Texas -- May have finally found a running back.  About time.
  4. Penn State -- Went in hiding for a few weeks but GameDay's out for their revenge game against Iowa.
  5. Cal -- Shaky at times against Minnesota but rallied.  Can Jahvid Best ever stay healthy for a full game?
  6. Miami -- The challenge this year will be performing consistently once the rough early schedule passes and excitement wanes.
  7. USC -- Still hasn't figured out how to play consistent offensive football since the split with Norm Chow.  Disappointing.
  8. Ohio State -- Went to the air last week to positive results while pitching a shutout against an explosive (albeit MAC) offense.
  9. Cincinnati -- Defense has surprised and they're playing hard.
  10. Ole Miss -- Jevan Snead is the star but the defensive line really gets after it.

Tier II (no particular order): LSU, Florida State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame, TCU, Boise State

Tier III: Auburn, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Washington, Oregon State, Fresno State, Houston, BYU

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