Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25: Week Seven

South Carolina Jumps Into Our Poll’s Top-Three, After an Impressive Win over Georgia

As is customary, we’ll be bringing you a new take on the top 25 teams in the country each Monday during the regular season. This weekend’s matchups were riddled with upsets and as a result, a muddled picture has developed outside the top 10-15 teams. Disagree at all? Feel free to share that with us below (respectfully, of course).

Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25 (Week Seven)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0) (LW: 1) (First-place votes: 6)

2. Oregon Ducks (6-0) (LW: 2)

3. South Carolina Gamecocks (6-0) (LW: 5)

4. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (5-0) (LW: 7)

5. West Virginia Mountaineers (5-0) (LW: 11)

6. Kansas State Wildcats (5-0) (LW: 8)

7. Florida Gators (5-0) (LW: 12)

8. Ohio State Buckeyes (6-0) (LW: 10)

9. LSU Tigers (5-1) (LW: 6)

10. Florida State Seminoles (5-1) (LW: 3)

11. USC Trojans (4-1) (LW: 13)

12. Clemson Tigers (5-1) (LW: 14)

13. Oklahoma Sooners (3-1) (LW: 18)

14. Georgia Bulldogs (5-01 (LW: 4)

15. Texas Longhorns (4-1) (LW: 9)

16. Oregon State Beavers (4-0) (LW: 16)

17. Stanford Cardinal (4-1) (LW: 17)

18. Mississippi State Bulldogs (5-0) (LW: 21)

19. Rutgers Scarlet Knights (5-0) (LW: NR)

20. Texas A&M Aggies (4-1) (LW: NR)

21. Louisville Cardinals (5-0) (LW: 20)

22. Boise State Broncos (4-1) (LW: NR)

23. Cincinnati Bearcats (4-0) (LW: NR)

24. TCU Horned Frogs (4-1) (LW: 15)

25. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (5-0) (LW: NR)

Next Five: Michigan State, Michigan, Arizona State, Ohio, Duke

Per conference: Big 12 (6), SEC (6), Pac-12 (4), Big East (3), ACC (2), Big Ten (1), Independent (1), MWC (1), WAC (1)

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

    • The Big Ten has been terrible this year, and it’s something I’ve been harping on since the whole playoff conversation got started months ago. No Big Ten team has finished the regular season in the top four over the past five years. It’s also a top-heavy league that pretty much depends on OSU/Michigan to be successful. Now, the ACC isn’t much different, but at least we’re not oversold like the B1G is.

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