1. Florida (5) 120 1
Come on, Gators. Florida International? Really? You can schedule someone better than that.
2. Alabama 115 2
Greg McElroy isn't spectacular, but he has thrown four interceptions in 10 games.
3. Georgia Tech 110 3
Yellow Jackets get a week off before they demolish Georgia's defense.
4. LSU 103 4
Average drive this season has averaged 27.4 yards. Only Vanderbilt is lower in the SEC.
5. Clemson 102 6
Don't count on a collapse this time. The Tigers will crush Virginia and head to Tampa on Dec. 5.
6. Virginia Tech 90 7
Here's a surprise: Tyrod Taylor leads the ACC in passing efficiency.
T7.Miami 82 5
We thought the U was back - until Jacory Harris started throwing the ball to UNC defenders.
T7. (tie) Ole Miss 82 T10
Ryan Mallett has completed 42.2 percent of his passes in losses and 74.2 percent in wins.
9. UNC 72 15
Turnaround this season is among Butch Davis' finest coaching accomplishments.
T10.Auburn 70 9
At 7-4, the Tigers are better than a lot of people thought they would be in Gene Chizik's first season.
T10.Boston College 70 13
Frank Spaziani has done wonders to keep this team alive in the ACC championship race with two weeks to play.
12. South Carolina 67 10
Finally, the late-season schedule is kind to the Gamecocks. They have a week to rest before facing Clemson.
13. Georgia 65 12
Wonder how things would have been different if Joe Cox had stuck with his original commitment and gone to Duke.
14.Tennessee 56 8
Three players were charged with armed robbery. The coaches' salaries? That's highway robbery.
15. Arkansas 55 14
Winning streak should reach four games this week with Mississippi State visiting Little Rock.
16. Florida State 45 T16
If they can get eligible, the Seminoles will be a hot commodity among bowl officials thinking they might have Bobby Bowden's last game.
17. Kentucky 44 19
Wildcats have won four of their five, but against mostly mediocre competition.
18. Wake Forest 35 T16
Deacs have taken a step back this season. What will happen when Riley Skinner is gone?
19. Duke 32 18
The bubble has burst, but the Blue Devils still have accomplished a lot this season.
20. Mississippi State 29 20
Anthony Dixon is tied for the SEC lead with six 100-yard rushing games.
21. Virginia 20 21
Al Groh has engineered some upsets in his time, but it doesn't seem possible that the Cavs will defeat Clemson.
22. N.C. State 18 22
Nothing to play for but pride.
23. Maryland 11 23
Despite Terps' struggles, it would be a shock if Ralph Friedgen doesn't come back next season.
24. Vanderbilt 6 24
Instate rivalry game with Vols won't be much of a contest this season.
- Ken Tysiac, Raleigh News & Observer