Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25: Week 10

Notre Dame’s Big Win Over Oklahoma Solidifies Them as a National Championship Threat

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. The theme of this past weekend was upheaval, and the BCS picture is looking as cloudy as ever, still with eight or nine teams in the championship conversation. Disagree at all? Feel free to share that with us below (respectfully, of course).

Atlantic Coast Convos 2012 Top 25 (Week 10)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) (LW: 1) (First-place votes: 5)

2. Kansas State Wildcats (8-0) (LW: 4)

3. Oregon Ducks (8-0) (LW: 3)

4. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-0) (LW: 5)

5. LSU Tigers (7-1) (LW: 6)

6. Ohio State Buckeyes (9-0) (LW: 9)

7. Florida State Seminoles (8-1) (LW: 10)

8. Florida Gators (7-1) (LW: 2)

9. Georgia Bulldogs (7-1) (LW: 14)

10. South Carolina Gamecocks (7-2) (LW: 15)

11. Clemson Tigers (7-1) (LW: 12)

12. Oregon State Beavers (6-1) (LW: 8)

13. Oklahoma Sooners (5-2) (LW: 7)

14. Texas A&M Aggies (6-2) (LW: 19)

15. Louisville Cardinals (8-0) (LW: 18)

16. Texas Tech Red Raiders (6-2) (LW: 16)

17. Stanford Cardinal (6-2) (LW: 20)

18. Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-1) (LW: 13)

19. USC Trojans (6-2) (LW: 11)

20. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (7-1) (LW: 24)

21. Boise State Broncos (7-1) (LW: 23)

22. Nebraska Cornhuskers (6-2) (LW: NR)

23. UCLA Bruins (6-2) (LW: NR)

24. West Virginia Mountaineers (5-2) (LW: 16)

25. Toledo Rockets (8-1) (LW: NR)

Next Five: Rutgers, Arizona, Texas, Northern Illinois, Tulsa

Per conference: SEC (6), Big 12 (5), Pac-12 (5), ACC (2), Big Ten (2), Big East (1), Independent (1), MAC (1), MWC (1), WAC (1)

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