Man what another great weekend of College Football. The Red River Rivalry, Florida-LSU, if you couldn't find good football to watch this weekend then you weren't trying. I had to finally shed some of my SEC bias this weekend and move the Oklahoma Sooners up. It became more than evident that this Oklahoma team is absolutely loaded on both sides of the ball and in my opinion will breeze through their schedule on the way to a Big XII Championship. Nope, no Big XII trollin' here, I really think the Sooners are that good. Check out our week 7 balot along with explanations after the jump.
LSU: Another perfect game for the Bayou Bengals. I mean, it's scary to think that this LSU team is starting to develop an offense. STARTING to develop. Raise your hand if you're ready for November 5th when LSU goes into Tuscaloosa? Me too guys.
Oklahoma: There's blowout victories, and then there's what Oklahoma did to Texas. This team is gelling and playing great motivated by the loss of their teammate, Austin Box. I really don't see anyone else in the Big XII challenging this team, including Oklahoma State. Who knows though I could be wrong, I've been wrong many times before.
Alabama: picture the scariest, ugliest, most gruesome beast, and then picture that beat held on a chain by a small, very angry and highly intelligent man named Nick Saban. That is the Alabama 2011 team.
Arkansas: Another good performance by the Arkansas offense. If their defense continues to improve they could be looking at a 10 win season.
Kansas State: Bill Snyder has lead the Wildcats to a surprising 5-0 start.
Arizona State: Another solid win this weekend for the Sun Devils in a hostile environment. Utah is no pushover, and these are the games ASU would've probably lost in years past. Could be a contender in the Pac-12. That sentenced should've ended with the phrase "if Andrew Luck wasn't still in school."
Georgia: I ranked the Bulldogs because I think this team is really coming together at the right time. Look for the Bulldogs to be a serious contender in the SEC East.