Top 25 & Big West scores 10-12

October 12th, 2013
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1. USC  idle at Oregon Sunday

2. Florida idle host Georgia Sunday

3. Texas (A) def. Kansas 3-1

4. Penn State (H) def No. 19 Wisconsin 3-0

5. Hawaii leads  Cal Poly 2-0

6. Washington idle hosts Arizona State Sunday

7. Michigan State (H) def. Nebraska 3-1

8. Stanford (H) def. Colorado 3-0

9. Nebraska lost to  No. 7 Michigan 3-1

10. North Carolina (H) def. Wake Forest 3-0

11. Minnesota (A) def. No. 14 Ohio State 3-0

12 San Diego (H) def. Santa Clara 3-0

13. Colorado State (H) def. . Boise State 3-0

14. Ohio State (H) lost to No. 11 Minnesota 3-0

15. Kentucky idle at South Carolina Sunday

16 Arizona State idle at Washington Sunday

17. Michigan (H) def. Iowa, 3-1

18. Ohio (A) def. Eastern Michigan 3-1

19. Wisconsin (A) lost No. 4 Penn State

20. Purdue (H) lost to Northwestern

21. Florida State idle hosts Pitt Sunday

22. Oregon idle vs. USC Sunday

23. UCLA (A) def. Oregon State 3-2

24. BYU (H) def. USF 3-0

25. Missouri idle hosts Alabama Sunday

CSUN def. UCI 3-1

CSU Fullerton def. UC Riverside 3-0

Long Beach State def. UC Davis 3-1

One Response to “Top 25 & Big West scores 10-12”

  1. OrbitalRipZ:

    ~~ From the WHO CARES Department ~~

    2 Undefeated NCAA D1 Teams Left Standing:

    [#25 avca] [#12 rpi] Missouri (20-0, 4-0 SEC) but versus Alabama on Sunday

    [#13 avca] [#25 rpi] Colorado State (15-0, 6-0 Mountain West)

    This should be the last week that Mizzou remains undefeated, as next week they take on Georgia then Florida. Unless the Tigers at home can pull off an upset the likes of UCSB over Hawaii, Florida could end up running the SEC table and in the process nailing the #1 ranking when Southern California falters.

    Colorado State reminds me of the Hawaii teams from their WAC-domination years: high in the AVCA Polls, but currently not even a "bubble" team to host 1 of the 16 subregionals.