Commie Football 2013 season is now one-third finished. Biggest headache of early season is in Tier 2/District 1, where scores for some teams from first few weeks is not being reported, making Tier 2 standings not complete. All of these scores is now being reported, so fans of Tier 2 can now see full results for first four weeks.
Tier 1: Sooners is Rising to Top
After easy victory over Vanderbilt 24-10, undefeated Sooners of Oklahoma is now rising to top spot in Top Power 25 ranking. Seminoles of Florida State is also unbeaten, but is falling one spot to #2. You remember that ranking is being based not just on own record and strength, but also record/strength of opponent.
Every District is still having one or more unbeaten team. All but District 5, which is having many 3-1 teams, with Wildcats of Northwestern being top rated (#23). Is some surprising 4-0 teams, such as Washington Huskies (District 8, #9), Arizona Wildcats (District 7, #7) and Houston Cougars (District 6, #11). On other side, is most surprising 0-4 team Texas Longhorns, which is even losing to weak teams as Warhawks of Louisiana-Monroe and Rice Owls!
Tier 2: Mean Green Boogaloo
With Tier 2/District 1 scores now reporting, is great leap in Top Power 25 ranking of undefeated Brown Bears (now #6). Also having good season is 2012 top contender Towson Tigers (District 2), which is climbing to #2 in ranking. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (4-0, #3) is winning battle of top teams with 35-19 beating of 2012 champion Troy Trojans (3-1), which is falling whole way out of Top Power 25. Panthers of Eastern Illinois (District 5) is just making leap to Tier 2 from Tier 3 this season, and already in Top 10 at #4. Is surprising traditional powerhouse teams still looking for first win, is include Appalachian State, Villanova, Furman, UAB.
You are seeing how Commie Football is making many surprises. Is revealing many things about American college football you are not expecting, yes?