My college football Top 10

I'm going to try and keep up-to-date with my blog posts (at least one a day, but hopefully more), so with that in mind here is my college football Top 10 for this week after a not-too-surprising Saturday. Plus the first BCS Standings came out today.

1 (tie). LSU (7-0) & Alabama (7-0) - The Tigers were only percentage points (.0003 to be exact) ahead of the Crimson Tide in the first BCS Standings, so I'm sticking with my rankings of having the two tied for the top spot in my poll.

3. Oklahoma (6-0) - The Sooners may be tested Oct. 29 at Kansas State, or Nov. 5 against Texas A&M, but I doubt it. Now it's looking like Oklahoma's Dec. 3 game at archrival Oklahoma State could be considered the BCS semifinal (with Nov. 5's Alabama-LSU game the other one).

4. Wisconsin (6-0) - The Badgers took over the scoring lead (50.2 points per game) in the FBS with Saturday's shellacking of my alma mater, Indiana.

5. Boise State (6-0) - The Broncos began their conference season (their last one before joining the Big East?) with a 63-13 rout of Colorado State. By the way, here's an amazing stat - Boise quarterback Kellen Moore has completed 151 of 199 passes so far this season.

6. Oklahoma State (6-0) - The Cowboys' 38-26 victory over Texas wasn't as impressive as Oklahoma's win last week, but OSU now has the No. 1 computer ranking in FBS.

7. Stanford (6-0) - QB Andrew Luck can continue to build his Heisman Trophy resume with a good performance against Washington State next Saturday.

8. Oregon (5-1) - The Ducks lost another key player (this time QB Darron Thomas) to injury, but still managed to beat a Top 20 team (Arizona State).

9. Clemson (7-0) - The Tigers' digging of an 18-point hole against Maryland (although Clemson rallied for a 56-45 victory Saturday) may be a sign of defensive struggles ahead.

10. Kansas State (6-0) - I'll jump ont he Wildcats' bandwagon, but the ride probably won't last long. After next Saturday's game at archrival Kanas they play four straight Top 25 opponents (Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Texas).