Bull Run top 25, Week 14
Movin' on up: These are the teams that made the biggest moves of the week. A big move is either a large numerical jump (like moving from #25 to #15) or clearing a huge hurdle (moving from #3 to #2, or cracking the top 10)
Alabama jumps into the number one spot after, literally, making Tim Tebow cry. West Virginia makes a big move after their big weekend
Movin' on down: These are the teams that have the biggest plummet of the week (again this is either numerically or losing ground)
Pitt played a great game, they were one special teams play away from at least forcing undefeated Cincinnati into overtime. They take a hit but man what a year for the Panthers.
Moving way down is Houston who managed to lose their conference championship to East Carolina.
Movin' on out: Teams that have been dropped from the top25
USC drops out something they have been working towards for weeks. Texas Tech and North Western drop because during their off week some other teams made nice moves.
Movin' on in: Teams that have entered the top 25
Arizona, what a great story they have been this year and what a nice win against the Trojans. Oregon State gets in and moves way up because I have neglected to treat them well enough this season, something that the Civil war proved.
Knocking on the door: These are the teams that I would rank in the high 20's to the mid 30's who have upcoming games that are consequential enough to crack into the top 25.
Clemson is still there as is Navy.
Late on the Rent: These are teams that are close to being bumped out of their spot. Usually a team ends up here if they are just scraping by (too many tight games against inferior opponents or only having suspect wins). A team late on the rent might either be on their way out or just losing an important spot. Basically they are a team that, upon inception, makes you wonder if they should be ranked as highly as they are but without sure answer.
Right now the only team I am not sure about is CMU, rumor has it they may lose Jones before their Bowl and that almost never ends pretty (just ask Ball State).