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LSU Remains #1 In AP Top 25 Poll

The LSU Tigers remain the top team in this week's Associated Press Top-25 college football poll.

LSU ran their season record to a perfect 6-0, after defeating the Florida Gators, 41-11, last Saturday at Tiger Stadium.

Alabama, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Boise St. round out the AP top five.

Oklahoma top this week's USA Today poll.

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Florida QB Brantley Out For LSU Game

Florida Gators senior quarterback John Brantley will miss this Saturday's SEC matchup in Baton Rouge against the top ranked LSU Tigers. Florida coach Will Muschamp said today that his senior signal caller, who injured his leg on Saturday in a loss to Alabama, will not need surgery, but will be out at least a week. Freshman Jeff Driskel is listed as the starting QB for this weekend's matchup against the Tigers.

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LSU Stays #1 In AP Poll

The LSU Tigers remain the top team in this week's Associated Press Top 25 college football poll.

This is the second consecutive week in the top spot for LSU, who ran their record to 5-0 on Saturday, by defeating the Kentucky Wildcats, 35-7.

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College Football Predictions

Saturday marks the beginning of the fifth week of play for most college football teams, with some very intriguing games on the schedule.

Locally, UL hosts FAU, while LSU plays host to Kentucky, and nationally there are a couple of really good match-ups, including Alabama at Florida, and Nebraska at Wisconsin.

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Top 25 Forecast

Some real interesting games, involving top-25 teams, are scheduled this weekend.

Top-ranked LSU is at home for only the second time this season, as the Tigers host the Kentucky Wildcats.

Meanwhile, in games involving two ranked teams, Alabama meets Florida, Nebraska takes on Wisconsin, Virginia Tech battles Clemson, and Texas A&M squares off with Arkansas.

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Can Arkansas Or West Virginia Pull Off An Upset?

A couple of big college football games are on tap this weekend.

The second-ranked LSU Tigers travel to Morgantown, West Virginia, to take on the 16th-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers, in non-conference action, while the third-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide play host to the 14th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks, in SEC play.

Which of the two underdogs, West Virginia or Arkansas, has the best chance of pulling an upset on Saturday?

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BCS Predictions

We're only through three weeks of the 2011 college football season, but it's never too early to have some fun with some projections for this year's BCS bowl games.

So, who' going to play for the BCS National Chmpionship?

Which BCS bowl is LSU going to be playing in?

Will Boise St. be a "BCS Buster", and get into a major bowl?

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Two

While many of this weekend’s games were just tune-ups for showdowns to come, there were several great battles to keep things exciting, including Michigan’s last-second win over Notre Dame, South Carolina’s shootout victory over Georgia and Auburn stuffing Mississippi State at the goal line to win their 17th straight game.

With that, here are the highlights from the top 25 and other games of interest this week:

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Top 25 Predictions

19 games involving 20 top-25 teams are on tap this week, for week two of the 2011 college football season, including a match-up pitting #3 Alabama against #23 Penn St.

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College Football Power Rankings

Oklahoma, LSU, Alabama, Boise St., and Stanford all had impressive season-opening victories in the opening weekend of the 2011 college football season.

LSU and Boise St. had the most impressive of the five, considering the fact that they defeated BCS schools in their openers.

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