J3C College Football Top 25 (Year End)

The two best teams in the country met for the national championship and played a heck of a game, the most watched program in cable TV history in fact. Congratulations to Auburn, who definitely earned the title with a defensive performance I would never have believed them capable of. Now for those who can’t avoid whining about the BCS, please do those of us who actually appreciate college football a favor & kindly shut the hell up. I’d prefer the old system of conference-tied bowls personally but for delivering a game with the two best teams in college football in a given year, which is what it’s designed to do, the BCS succeeds in its mission.

Elsewhere in bowl season, the Gator Bowl ends Rich Rod’s tenure at Michigan, the Liberty Bowl flop brings the end of the Mark Richt era in sight, and the Independence Bowl could have marked at least the beginning of the end of the Paul Johnson era except there’s no chance in hell of GT being able to buy him out.

My Final Top 25 for this 2010 season (previous ranking in parentheses)
1(2). Auburn
2(3). TCU
3(1). Oregon
4(4). Stanford
5(6). Ohio State
6(9). Oklahoma
7(5). Wisconsin
8(10). LSU
9(16). Alabama
10(12). Nevada
11(13). Boise State
12(15). Oklahoma State
13(7). Arkansas
14(8). Michigan State
15(14). Nebraska
16(11). Virginia Tech
17(21). Mississippi State
18(17). Texas A&M
19(25). Florida State
20(19). Utah
21(20). South Carolina
22(24). Central Florida
23(NR). Maryland
24(NR). Tulsa
25(NR). San Diego State

Dropped Out: Missouri (18), Hawaii (22), West Virginia (23)

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