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The 2010 NCAA Division I Football Season, or college football season, will progress through the fall of 2010 and the bowl season, until it concludes in the National Championship Game in New Orleans on January 10th, 2011. The Sugar Bowl will host the title game this year, as decided by a vote of NCAA Presidents at the 2008 President's Conference in Winnipeg. The 2009 champions, the University of Virginia Cavaliers, will defend their title.

Preseason Rankings

Sportswriters and coaches were asked to prepare a preseason ranking of all the top teams in the country. The resulting rankings heading into the 2010 season:

2010 Preseason Rankings
Team
1 Pacifica Orcas
2 Alabama Crimson Tide
3 Sequoyah Braves
4 Huron Highlanders
5 Virginia Cavaliers
6 San Diego Tritons
7 LSU Tigers
8 Massachusetts Minutemen
9 Florida State Seminoles
10 Nova Scotia Sea Lions
11 Kahokia Thundering Herd
12 Arkansas State Indians
13 Texas Longhorns
14 Oregon Ducks
15 South Carolina Gamecocks
16 Penn State Nittany Lions
17 Nebraska Cornhuskers
18 Indiana Hoosiers
19 Michigan Wolverines
20 Washington Huskies
21 Cuba Spaniards
22 Chicago Maroons
23 Iowa Hawkeyes
24 Minnesota Gophers
25 Florida Gators

Week One Top 25 Scores

Top 25 Scores:

  • (1) Pacifica 31, at Miami 14
  • (2) Alabama 45, Coastal Carolina 10
  • (3) Sequoyah 17, at Deseret 3
  • (4) Huron 45, Western NY 0
  • (9) Florida State 37, (5) Virginia 20
  • (6) San Diego 49, San Jacinto State 17
  • (7) LSU 34, Texas State 28
  • (8) Massachusetts 20, at Maryland 14
  • (10) Nova Scotia 55, at Montana 21
  • (11) Kahokia 35, at Minnesota State 0
  • (12) Arkansas State 30, Georgia State 14
  • (13) Texas 55, at Sequoyah State 17
  • (14) Oregon 70, at Wisconsin State 13
  • (15) South Carolina 13, PLSU 10
  • Peninsula 42, at (16) Penn State 35 (OT)
  • (17) Nebraska 44, Tulsa 14
  • (18) Indiana 24, Purdue 0
  • (19) Michigan 21, Kentucky 7
  • (20) Washington 31, Louisiana 20
  • (21) Cuba 34, at San Juan 17
  • Clemson 21, (22) Chicago 17
  • (23) Iowa 24, at Iowa State 14
  • (24) Montana State 14, Tucson State 0
  • (25) Florida 51, Central Michigan 13

Week Two Top 25 Scores

  • (1) Pacifica 42, Tucson State 13
  • (9) Nova Scotia 31, (2) Alabama 14
  • (3) Sequoyah 23, Sequoyah State 14
  • (4) Huron 35, Hamilton State 7
  • (5) LSU 44, at Central Florida 3
  • (6) San Diego 34, San Diego State 10
  • (7) Florida State 41, Puerto Rico 24
  • (8) Massachusetts 20, Vermont 7
  • (10) Kahokia 27, (18) Washington 20
  • (11) Virginia 22, at Tennessee 10
  • (12) Texas 14, TCU 10
  • (13) Arkansas State 30, at Kansas State 20
  • (14) Oregon 17, at Boise State 14
  • (15) Nebraska 37, (21) Iowa 14
  • (16) Indiana 24, Louisville 10
  • (17) Michigan 70, at Huron State 14
  • (19) Cuba 21, Miami 7
  • Pittsburgh 23, (20) Montana State 20 (OT)
  • (22) Penn State 34, Ohio State 10
  • (23) South Carolina 35, Tennessee State 13
  • (24) Florida 20, at Mississippi State 10
  • Havana 17, at (25) Mississippi 14

Week Three Top 25 Scores

  • (1) Pacifica 44, Cal 13
  • (2) Huron 34, at Missouri 21
  • (3) Sequoyah 30, at Apachia 14
  • (4) LSU 64, at San Juan 19
  • (5) Nova Scotia 44, at Western NY 0
  • (6) San Diego 20, at Aroostook 10
  • (7) Florida State 51, West Texas 24
  • (8) Massachusetts 50, Syracuse 41
  • (9) Kahokia 27, at Minnesota 17
  • (10) Virginia 31, Notre Dame 20
  • (11) Arkansas State 20, Louisiana 7
  • (12) Alabama 28, Tennessee 6
  • (13) Oregon 30, Connecticut 14
  • Mississippi 14, (14) Texas 3
  • (15) Nebraska 22, Montana 13
  • (16) Indiana 40, Wisconin 10
  • (17) Cuba, (21) Florida
  • Iowa 26, at (18) Michigan 24
  • (19) South Carolina 21, Delaware 0
  • (20) Penn State 14, (25) Rutgers 7
  • (22) Clemson 10, at Havana 3
  • (23) North Carolina 24, Ohio State 20
  • (24) Washington 48, Kentucky 20

Week Four Top 25 Scores

  • (1) Pacifica 27, at (22) UCLA 25
  • (2) Huron 45, (20) Texas 10
  • (3) LSU 56, at Kentucky 21
  • (4) Sequoyah 31, Dakota 14
  • (5) Nova Scotia 35, Aroostook 21
  • (12) Oregon 24, (6) San Diego 21
  • (7) Florida State 20, at Virginia State 10
  • (8) Kahokia 34, New Mexico State 20
  • (9) Arkansas State 21, at Nevada 7
  • (10) Alabama 17, at Louisiana 0
  • Maryland 34, at (11) Virginia 30
  • (13) Massachusetts 45, at Southern Florida 14
  • (14) Nebraska 23, at Montana 20
  • (15) Indiana 49, Illinois 30
  • (16) Cuba 21, at North Carolina State 7
  • (17) South Carolina 35, (24) North Carolina 28 (OT)
  • (18) Clemson 20, at Delaware 7
  • (19) Penn State 14, West Texas 7
  • (21) Washington 30, at Pacifica State 17
  • (23) Eastern NY 24, at Rutgers 21
  • Havana 35, at (25) Florida 31

Week Five Top 25 Scores

  • 1 Huron 23, at Wisconsin 21
  • 2 LSU 52, Georgia 13
  • 3 Pacifica 49, USC 14
  • 4 Sequoyah 30, at New Mexico 24
  • 5 Nova Scotia 31, at Gethsemane 0
  • 6 Florida State 35, Delaware 14
  • 7 Oregon 32, at Washington State 17
  • 8 Kahokia 45, Apachia 17
  • 9 Arkansas State , at #10 Alabama
  • 11 Nebraska 21, at Kansas 0
  • 12 Massachusetts 55, Connecticut 3
  • Missouri 31, #13 Indiana 23
  • 14 San Diego 34, Cal 16
  • 15 South Carolina 44, at Havana 7
  • 16 Cuba 24, at Virginia State 20
  • 25 Virginia 27, at #17 Clemson 7
  • 18 Penn State IDLE
  • 19 Eastern NY 23, at Aroostook 10
  • 20 Washington 17, Oregon State 13
  • 24 Michigan State, at #21 Michigan
  • 22 Maryland 30, at PLSU 10
  • 23 Texas State 41, at Mississippi State 0

Conference Standings

Atlantic Conference Standings
North W L South W L
Delaware Spartans 0 5 Clemson Tigers 4 1
Maryland Terrapins 4 1 Cuba Spaniards 5 0
North Carolina Tar Heels 4 1 Havana Caribs 2 3
North Carolina State Wolves 1 4 Florida State Seminoles 5 0
Virginia Cavaliers 3 2 Florida Gators 3 2
Virginia State Mountaineers 2 3 South Carolina Gamecocks 5 0
Central Conference Standing
Apachia Buffaloes 1 3
Dakota Fighting Sioux 2 2
Kahokia Thundering Herd 4 0
Kansas Jayhawks 3 1
Minnesota Gophers 1 3
Montana State Bobcats 3 1
Montana Grizzlies 0 4
Nebraska Cornhuskers 4 0
New Mexico Coyotes 1 3
New Mexico State Sun Devils 2 2
Sequoyah Braves 4 0
Southern Conference
West W L East W L
Arkansas Razorbacks 2 3 Alabama Crimson Tide 3 2
Arkansas State Indians 4 0 Georgia Bulldogs 2 3
Louisiana Pelicans 1 4 Kentucky Wildcats 2 3
Louisiana State Tigers 5 0 Mississippi Falcons 4 1
Texas Longhorns 3 2 Mississippi State Bulldogs 2 3
Texas State Cowboys 4 1 Tennessee Volunteers 1 4
Pacific Coast Conference (PCC)
Northwest W L Pacific W L
Oregon Ducks 4 0 California Bears 1 3
Oregon State Beavers 2 2 Peninsula Raptors 2 2
Pacifica Orcas 4 0 San Diego Tritons 3 1
Pacifica State Ravens 1 3 Stanford Cardinal 1 3
Washington Huskies 3 1 UCLA Bruins 3 1
Washington State Cougars 1 3 USC Trojans 2 2
Northeastern Conference (NEC)
Aroostook Golden Eagles 1 3
Connecticut Huskies 1 3
Eastern NY Flying Dutchmen 4 0
Massachusetts Minutemen 4 0
Nova Scotia Sea Lions 4 0
Penn State Nittany Lions 3 1
Pittsburgh Panthers 2 3
Rutgers Scarlet Knights 2 2
Syracuse Orange 2 2
Western NY Chargers 1 4
Lakes Conference
Crown W L Crest W L
Huron Highlanders 4 0 Chicago Maroons 4 1
Huron State Warriors 1 3 Illinois Fightin' Illini 1 4
Ohio State Buckeyes 1 3 Indiana Hoosiers 4 1
Michigan Wolverines 3 1 Iowa Hawkeyes 3 2
Michigan State Spartans 3 1 Missouri Tigers 3 2
Wisconsin Badgers 2 2 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2 2

Conference Championships

Championship Games

Southern Conference: LSU (11-1) will face Mississippi (9-3) in the SouthCo Championship Game in Atlanta on December 4th. Mississippi defeated Alabama in the Gentleman's War to become the first team besides the Tide to win the SouthCo East since 2003.

Lakes Conference: Huron (12-0) defeated Huron State (3-9) to advance to the Lakes Championship Game on December 4th in Chicago, where they will face Indiana (11-1) which backdoored into the game thanks to a Missouri (9-3) loss to Iowa (8-4) in the Farmaggeddon rivalry game.

Pacific Coast Conference: USC (8-4) defeated UCLA (7-5) in a PCC semifinal of sorts to earn the right to face Pacifica (11-1) in the PCC title game in Los Angeles on Dec. 4th.

Atlantic Conferene: Maryland (9-3) defeated Delaware (2-8) to claim the Chesapeake Cup for a third consecutive year and will face Cuba (11-1) in the Atlantic Conference title game in Tampa on December 4th.

Caribbean League: Miami (9-3) and Puerto Rico (8-4) will face one another for the Caribbean title on December 3rd.

Non-Championship Conferences

Central Conference: If Kahokia (10-1) defeats Nebraska (10-1), it wins the Central Conference; if Nebraska defeats Kahokia, it must hope for a Sequoyah (10-1) loss to Kansas (7-4) due to tiebreakers to win the championship. If SU defeats Kansas and Kahokia loses to Nebraska, the Braves will win a second consecutive Central title and their fourth since 2005.

Northeastern Conference: Due to a head-to-head victory over Eastern New York (10-1), Nova Scotia (11-0) owns the tiebreaker, and will likely keep it even in the case of a victory by U-Mass (10-1).

Mountain Conference: The Northern Apachia Billy Goats (10-1) have one regular season game remaining at West Texas (7-3), but have already locked up the Mountain title and likely a berth in an Elite Series Bowl Game.

Minor Bowls

Elite Series

NCAA National Championship at the Sugar Bowl: Huron 30, Nova Scotia 20

Rose Bowl: Pacifica 37, Indiana 14

Texas Bowl: Washington 23, LSU 21

Orange Bowl: Northern Apachia 32, Cuba 31

Peach Bowl: Maryland 28, Mississippi 20

Silver Bowl: South Carolina 38, Kahokia 28

Paradise Bowl: Florida State 66, Southern California 10

Chicago Bowl: Alabama 24, Michigan State 21

Citrus Bowl: Massachusetts 52, Nebraska 24

Manhattan Bowl: Eastern New York 37, Missouri 17



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