Who are the Top 10 RBs?
10. Kenny Irons, Auburn
9. Ian Johnson, Boise State
8. Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois
7. P.J. Hill, Wisconsin
6. Darren McFadden, Arkansas
5. James Davis, Clemson
4. Mike Hart, Michigan
3. Ray Rice, Rutgers
2. Steve Slaton, West Virginia
1. Marshawn Lynch, Cal
We know we can't please everyone – especially with a list like this, so tell us where you think we went wrong.
2006 All-Name Team
C.J. Ah You – DE, Oklahoma
LeQuantum McDonald -- DT, Baylor
J. Survival Ross – RB, Boston College
John David Booty – QB, USC
Xavier Rambo – WR, Kansas
Houston Nutt - Coach, Arkansas
We need help filling out the roster. Who are your nominations?
Week 8 Impressions
1) Clemson has the best 1-2 rushing attack. James Davis (21 carries, 216 yards, 2 TDs) and C.J. Spiller (16 carries, 116 yards, 1 TD, 1 catch, 50 yards) ran all over the No. 22 Yellow Jackets in a 31-7 victory.
2) Colt McCoy is good enough to lead Texas to a national championship. We knew he was good, but this good? Not only did he complete 25 of 39 passes for 220 yards, two TDs and no interceptions, he got better as the game wore on, capped off by a last-minute drive to get walk-on Ryan Bailey on the field for the winning kick.
3) The battle for the final BCS spot will be interesting. We figure one will go to the Michigan-Ohio State winner. Another will go to USC (who will beat Notre Dame on Nov. 25) and Louisville (who we like to beat West Virginia on Nov. 2). The last will be a battle between Auburn and Texas. We think Texas has the edge because of their tough D and McCoy’s improved play.
Those are three things we took out of Week 8. What were your impressions?
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