Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25: Week Two

After an Impressive Opening Win Over Michigan, Alabama is Quickly Repositioning Themselves for the Number-One Spot

Now that we’re in-season, we’ll be updating these rankings on a weekly basis. As always, we think these are correct. Simultaneously, you’re probably of the opinion you know better. Feel free to share that with us below (respectfully, of course).

Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25 (Week Two)

1. USC Trojans (1-0) (LW: 1) (First-place votes: 3)

2. Alabama Crimson Tide (1-0) (LW: 4) (1)

3. Oregon Ducks (1-0) (LW: 3)

4. LSU Tigers (1-0) (LW: 2)

5. Florida State Seminoles (1-0) (LW: 6)

6. Oklahoma Sooners (1-0) (LW: 5)

7. West Virginia Mountaineers (1-0) (LW: 10)

8. Georgia Bulldogs (1-0) (LW: 7)

9. South Carolina Gamecocks (1-0) (LW: 9)

10. Arkansas Razorbacks (1-0) (LW: 12)

11. Clemson Tigers (1-0) (LW: 14)

12. Michigan State Spartans (1-0) (LW: 11)

13. Ohio State Buckeyes (1-0) (LW: 15)

14. Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) (LW: 13)

15. Michigan Wolverines (0-1) (LW: 8)

16. Virginia Tech Hokies (1-0) (LW: 17)

17. Oklahoma State Cowboys (1-0) (LW: 22)

18. Kansas State Wildcats (1-0) (LW: 19)

19. Nebraska Cornhuskers (1-0) (LW: 21)

20. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1-0) (LW: 23)

21. TCU Horned Frogs (0-0) (LW: 18)

22. Texas Longhorns (1-0) (LW: 20)

23. Stanford Cardinal (1-0) (LW: 16)

24. UCLA Bruins (1-0) (LW: NR)

25. Louisville Cardinals (1-0) (LW: NR)

Next Five: BYU, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Washington, Nevada

Per conference: Big 12 (6), SEC (5), Big Ten (5), Pac-12 (4), ACC (3), Big East (1), Independent (1)

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2 thoughts on “Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25: Week Two

  1. Watch out for Tennessee, they could really make some noise in the SEC East this year, which means making some noise everywhere

    • Oh, couldn’t agree more. That team looked great on Friday, though I’m curious to see how much of that was due to NC State playing poorly on D. If the East is as down as I believe them to be, the Vols may be making a surprise trip to the SEC title game.

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