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Who has played the toughest schedule amongst the AP Top 25 teams? I’m glad you asked,http://actionsportscompany.com/flexukruns.php. Read them and weep in case you do not uncover your favorite team.

The best five scoring offenses in the country are Oregon (54+ points per game), Boise State (47+), Oklahoma State (46+), Nevada (44+), and Stanford (42+).

Michigan beat Illinois 67-65 in triple overtime (132 total points), Navy beat East Carolina 76-35 (111 points), Duke beat Virginia 55-48 (103), Kansas beat Colorado 52-45 (97), Tulsa beat Rice 64-27 (91), 3rd-ranked Auburn beat AA Chattanooga 62-24 (86), and 19th-ranked Oklahoma State beat 22nd-ranked Baylor 55-28 (83).

Arizona has played the toughest schedule; the Wildcats are ranked 12th nationally. Subsequent is LSU (15th), then Stanford (16th), Missouri (18th), and Oklahoma (19th).

No. 25 Nevada over Idaho 63-17 (80), Florida International more than Louisiana-Monroe 42-35 in double overtime (77), Southern Mississippi more than Tulane 46-30 (76), Troy over North Texas 41-35 (76), Arkansas State more than Middle Tennessee State 51-24 (75),http://www.modes-de-garde.fr/devdev/maya_theme/freeruns3v4.php, Fresno State more than Louisiana Tech 40-34 (74), Central Florida over Houston 40-33 (73), and North Carolina upsetting 24th-ranked Florida State 37-35 (72).

This is just a bit of a problem for a lousy team like the Eastern Michigan Eagles, who give up 43+ points per game and only score an typical of 19+ points per game. No wonder they’re only 1-8 on the season. They did manage to beat Ball State 41-38 in overtime.

Guess what? The runners don’t fall down so considerably anymore. They’re larger, considerably bigger, faster, stronger and much more elusive.

So you saw lots of offense, lousy defense, and not a great deal great, solid football. Suspense? There was practically none. It was just a matter of who had the ball moving down the field with small resistance.

The net result of all of this really is what we saw last weekend. The 7 highest scoring games produced 703 total points, or an typical of 100-plus points per game. This might be thrilling,http://www.kaytlyne.com/fitfreeshoes.php, but it is lousy football.

You see it in college football games every single Saturday – missed assignments, missed tackles, players throwing themselves at runners and hoping they will fall down.

Oregon is 9-0 and has played the 36th toughest schedule,http://alevworks.com/freerun40.php. Auburn is 10-0 and ranks 40th in schedule strength. TCU is 10-0 and ranks 62nd. Boise State is 8-0 and ranks 72nd.

Copyright © 2010 Ed Bagley

Wins do count, but it also assists to put it into perspective.

Haven’t had adequate evidence? Try the next 8 highest scoring games. To wit:

That’s 15 games with total scores of 72-plus. Fifteen games that generated 1,306 points, or an typical of 87-plus points per game.

All appropriate Ed, give it a rest. OK.

So how negative can it get? This negative:

Who has played the worst schedule amongst the Best 25?

Not to bore you, but to create a point:

Since you will find only 120 Division 1-A teams, both TCU and Boise State are piling up victories against the bottom half of the field (61st to 120th). Despite their protestations otherwise, both TCU and Boise State really like playing in mid-major conferences, as does Utah.

The worst 5 scoring defenses in the country are Eastern Michigan (gives up 43+ points per game),http://www.labrunette.fr/ladyfootlocker.php, Memphis (42+), New Mexico (42+), East Carolina (41+), and Louisiana-Lafayette (40+).

So why do not more college players square up and tackle runners? The answer is straightforward – too a lot of of them are too slow or too forgetful in filling their gap assignment and/or they are scared to tackle.

Try Central Florida at 95th, followed by Ohio State (87th), Nevada (86th), Virginia Tech (80th), and Utah (79th).

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put his foot in front of the opponent

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he would have been the “highlight reel” guy.

tackling the opponent and grabbing the ball from him

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