Sixteen of 20 AP Top 25 groups won in College Football’s twelfth Week yet none won greater or more astonishingly than Urban Meyer’s Florida Gators, who in a real sense squashed Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks, 56-6, in what many idea would be a lot nearer challenge.
Subsequent to being vexed 31-30 at home by Mississippi a month and a half prior, the No. 3 Gators have flipped out, ripping off 5 straight successes by tremendous edges 38-7 over Arkansas, 51-21 over LSU, 63-5 over Kentucky, 49-10 over Georgia and 42-14 over Vanderbilt. Presently they were gazing at approaching South Carolina.
The Gamecocks were 7-3 and appraised No. 11 in the country in hurrying guard, No. 10 in scoring safeguard, No. 4 in passing safeguard and No. 12 in passing productivity guard. Florida was stacked too, positioning No. 22 in hurrying offense, No. 21 in hurrying guard, No. 4 in scoring safeguard, No. 17 in passing safeguard, No. 10 in passing productivity, No. 14 in passing productivity guard and No. 4 in turnover edge.
Definitely, No. 24-positioned South Carolina could to some extent hinder No. 3-positioned Florida, even in a losing exertion. Didn’t occur.
Regardless of some noteworthy measurements of their own, the Gators were positioned 91 in turnover edge, and did it show against the Gators, who exploited 3 back to back turnovers in the first quarter, scoring 3 scores in 8 plays. การพนันบอล pantip From that point on, South Carolina and Steve Spurrier were toast.
The misfortune was Spurrier’s most exceedingly terrible in a celebrated playing and instructing profession covering fifty years. He had not been hosed that awful since falling 63-7 to Florida in 1995. Spurrier instructed at Florida for a very long time, from 1990 to 2001. For Florida it was the same old thing, piling up its sixteenth triumph over South Carolina in 17 years, and pushing its record to 9-1 this year.
For all of South Carolina’s protective measurements against different rivals, they needed to watch the 3 scores on turnovers, watch Percy Harvin run for a profession high 167 yards against them, and watch Gator quarterback Tim Tebow represent 3 scores.
The initial 16 positioned groups in the Top 25 Poll this week were not going to lose their positioning and status. They included:
No. 1 Alabama at home over Mississippi State 32-7, No. 4 Texas out and about over Kansas 35-7, No. 6 Southern California out and about over Stanford 45-23, No. 7 Penn State at home over Indiana 34-7, No. 8 Utah out and about over San Diego State 63-14, No. 9 Boise State out and about over Idaho 45-10, and No. 10 Ohio State out and about over Illinois 30-20.
No. 11 Oklahoma State out and about over Colorado 30-17, No. 12 Missouri out and about over Iowa State 52-20, No. 13 Georgia out and about over Auburn 17-13, No. 14 Ball State out and about over Miami of Ohio 31-16, and No. 16 Brigham Young out and about over Air Force 38-24.
Additionally winning this week were No. 19 Louisiana State at home over Troy 40-31 (the Tigers were losing to Troy 31-3 preceding scoring 37 unanswered focuses in a great rebound during an unremarkable success), No. 22 Cincinnati out and about over Louisville 28-20, and No. 23 Oregon State at home over California 34-21.
Five groups in the Top 25 were inactive this week-No. 2 Texas Tech, No. 5 Oklahoma, No. 15 Texas Christian, No. 18 Michigan State and No. 21 Pittsburgh.
Among the 4 Top 25 groups that were vexed for this present week, just South Carolina played a positioned group, No. 2 Florida.
No. 17 North Carolina lost to Maryland 17-15 out and about, No. 20 Florida State lost to Boston College 27-17 at home and No. 25 Tulsa lost to Houston 70-30 out and about.
South Carolina, Florida State and Tulsa all exited the Top 25 Poll once more, Maryland and Oregon returned once more, and Miami (FL) showed up interestingly this year.
Could we if it’s not too much trouble, presently stop the entirety of the twist about how Tulsa, Georgia Tech, Boston College, Connecticut, Virginia Tech, Vanderbilt, Florida State, Clemson, California, East Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, UCLA, Fresno State, Wake Forest, Oregon, South Florida, Arizona State, Wisconsin, Auburn, West Virginia, Minnesota and Maryland ought to be in the Top 25.
These groups have been in and out of the Top 25 in the initial 12 weeks of the period. Certainly, some of them are acceptable however every one of them are horribly conflicting.
The fact of the matter is just 13 groups have been in the Top 25 each of the 12 weeks. They are at present positioned No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Texas Tech, No. 3 Florida, No. 4 Texas, No. 5 Oklahoma, No. 6 Southern Cal, No. 7 Penn State, No. 8 Utah, No. 10 Ohio State, No. 12 Missouri, No. 13 Georgia, No. 16 Brigham Young and No. 17 LSU. Well that is consistency.