I was surprised to learn that, despite the fact that the College Football Playoff is on the horizon, there’s a chance that the top 25 schools are all on the bubble.
And while it’s a good idea to watch a game in advance, you’re not going to get much value out of it if you don’t watch in advance.
Here are the top five teams for the first time since I began tracking the sport in 2014.1.
Stanford (7-0)Stanford is going to be a tough test.
The Cardinal have lost two straight games, and the most likely outcome is a three-loss season.
That’s a lot of pain to swallow, especially for the program that has just won two Pac-12 titles.
But the Cardinal can be great, and they are a contender for the Pac-10 title.
The Pac-13 is the biggest threat for Stanford, as well, as it has a very strong group of conference opponents, including a Pac-8 team that has played Stanford in three of the last four years.2.
Colorado (6-1)The Buffaloes are coming off a strong upset of Oregon, but they are in the same position they were last year, when they beat Washington and lost to UCLA.
They lost to Stanford and Oregon, and this season, the Buffs have lost to Oregon State and UCLA.
The Buffs will have to be better in every game this year.
They’re coming off an ugly loss to USC, which was a game that could have been decided by a point.
They can get a lot better.3.
UCLA (5-1-1, No. 3)It’s difficult to imagine that the Bruins are in this position this season.
UCLA is a strong team, and it has the talent to be great.
But they also have to get back to winning ways, which will be difficult.4.
Arizona State (4-3, No, 4)The Sun Devils have been in a slump for a long time, but there’s still a chance they could turn it around.
The Sun Devils are in a good spot this year, as they have a strong group, including one of the best defenses in the country.
They have two top-10 players, including Heisman Trophy winner Jalen Hurts.
The defensive line will be a concern, but Arizona State has the defense to be dangerous.5.
Texas (5.0, No., 5)The Longhorns have to do some things right this year — they have to stop getting beat so often and they have got to get better.
The Longhorns should be very competitive in this division.
They should win three of their final four games.6.
Utah (5, No.)
It’s hard to believe that Utah is still in this spot after a season in which the Aggies won 12 games and ranked in the top 10 in the AP poll.
Utah should be in a really good spot, with three top-20 players, as the offense has a lot to play for.7.
USC (5 and No.)
The Trojans are one of four teams that are in that top-five position, but USC has a tough schedule.
They face three of its top opponents in the Pac 12 South, including the defending champion UCLA.
That means that the Trojains will have a tough stretch.
They are in position to be one of three teams to win the Pac 10.8.
Colorado State (5 No.)
In a perfect world, Colorado State could be in the Top 10 this year after the Buffalos fell to Oklahoma State.
But it’s not going well, and that’s why they are No. 8.9.
Notre Dame (4 No.)
We’ll see how much of a difference the Fighting Irish can make after they lost to Florida State and then lost to Michigan.
They were terrible last year.10.
Oregon (5 to 5)It has a great team and a lot going for it.
It has the most experienced team in the nation.
And the Ducks are at their best when they play against the Ducks.
They’ll be playing against top teams in the Pacific.