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Herbstreit releases top four

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ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit named his top four following a wild Week 7 of football that marks the halfway point or so of the season.

First, relax..deep breath..it will work itself out. Exhale.... My top 4.

2-Ohio St

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Baylor beat West Virginia the way Baylor usually beats decent Big 12 teams. Penn State played Ohio State close for a while, but the Buckeyes pulled away late and have quietly played much closer to preseason expectations two weeks running. LSU won a shootout with Florida – we all saw that coming, right? – and are now the SEC's only undefeated team. And Alabama rode its running game and three pick-sixes to a victory in a hostile environment at Texas A&M, 41-23.

Next week, Alabama returns home to face 3-3 Tennessee. Ohio State gets a cake walk against a foundering Rutgers program. LSU hosts a Western Kentucky team that's better than the casual fan might give them credit for. Baylor, meanwhile should have little difficulty dispatching Iowa State.
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Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:07 am

I don't have any arguments with this first four at this early juncture. I think Clemson will find a way to lose and Utah....just don't know about these guys yet.
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