Oct 13, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; Florida Gators wide receiver Andre Debose (4) addresses his team before a game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Gators won 31-17. Mandatory credit: Don McPeak-US PRESSWIRE

2012 Week Seven Top Four: Florida, Alabama, Oregon and Kansas State

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The season is beginning to take shape for national championship contention.  Florida and Alabama look like the class of the SEC, right now.  Oregon has dominated the Pac-12 to date.  Kansas State is scrappy, tough and led by Heisman Trophy hopeful Collin Klein.

1) Florida(6-0)

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Florida did NOT get caught in its trap game against Vanderbilt last Saturday, winning 31-17.  The Gators have had a brutal schedule which continues this weekend against South Carolina.  This is the game of the season for Florida and it is at home in Gainsville, Florida. Look for the Gators to chomp the Gamecocks and continue a great season.

 

2)Alabama(6-0)

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Alabama is undefeated, though its schedule has not been demanding.  The Crimson Tide easily dispatched the Missouri Tigers, 42-10.  Look for Alabama to face its first struggle against a Tennessee team desperate for a big win at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville this Saturday night.

 

3) Oregon(6-0)

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The Ducks have been running around, through and over its opponents this season en route to 52 points per game and will score at least that many points this weekend against Arizona State at Sun Devil Stadium.

 

4) Kansas State (6-0)

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Collin Klein and his offensive line are dominating opposing defenses.  Look for the Wildcats Yoda-like head coach Bill Snyder to come up with a game plan to dominate time of possession and keep the Mountaineers blistering offense off of the field on Saturday afternoon in Morgantown.

 

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LSU (6-1)

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LSU beat highly ranked South Carolina in Baton Rouge last Saturday after a loss to Florida the previous week.  The Tigers are going to dominate Texas A&M in College Station, regardless if it’s the Home of the 12th Man or not.

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