Yep, another college football power ranking. Unbiased and responsive to each week’s results and key statistical indicators. Compare with the others out there and share your thoughts.

1. FLORIDA GATORS (1-0). Gators are Numero Uno until they lose, but they don’t get any style points for their 62-3 yawner over 1-AA Southern Charleston. SubUrban needs to get a clue from Oklahoma about what a real non-conference schedule looks like for a national power.
2. TEXAS LONGHORNS (1-0). 59-20 win over Louisiana-Monroe was a snore with sentimental Heisman frontrunner Colt McCoy (21-29, 317 yards, 2 TD passes) leading the onslaught.
3. ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE (1-0). ‘Bama’s impressive 34-24 road win over Virginia Tech puts them on the verge of the No. 2 ranking, but that bitter Sugar Bowl aftertaste is still a factor this early in the season.

4. USC TROJANS (1-0). Pummeled San Jose State 56-3 at home last week. The Horseshoe figures to be Southern Cal’s Little Big Horn this year. Expect the mild upset.
5. OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS (1-0). Cowpokes start strong out of the blocks with decisive 24-10 win over Georgia. Expect a high-scoring shootout with Houston this week in Stillwater.
6. PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS (1-0). Routine 31-7 win over Akron gives JoePa career victory No. 384. Syracuse looked like a pushover game prior to last week, but Greg Paulus gives the Orangemen a legitimate chance in Happy Valley.
7. LSU TIGERS (1-0). The Bayou Bengals were the first to learn that Steve Sarkisian is reviving the swagger in Washington football, escaping Seattle with a 31-23 win. Vanderbilt will be a breather this weekend in Baton Rouge.
8. CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS (1-0). Cal destroyed Maryland 52-13 and appears to be the only Pac-10 team capable of prying the conference title out of Southern Cal’s grip this season. Visiting 1-AA Eastern Washington will be a snore.
9. OHIO STATE BUCKEYES (1-0). Buckeyes struggled with a determined Navy squad, probably because they were looking ahead to USC. They are poised to regain a bit of pride for the Big Ten this week if Terrelle Pryor can pull off a good Vince Young impression.
10. MISSISSIPPI REBELS (1-0). Waxed non-conference rival Memphis, 45-14 and have this week off. Jevan Snead is the real deal. Just remember this version of Ole Miss pigskin is because of Ed Orgeron’s recruiting skills and not Houston Nutt’s.
11. MIAMI HURRICANES (1-0). The Canes impressed me with their speed and mettle in prevailing over a very talented Florida State team in Tallahassee. We’ll find out if I’m out of my mind ranking them this high when they host the Ramblin’ Wreck next Thursday night.
12. BYU COUGARS (1-0). Impressive close-shave road win over Oklahoma with a young, untested offensive line bodes well for the Cougars’ prospects this season. They need to guard against a letdown against Tulane this weekend.
13. OKLAHOMA SOONERS (1-0). Visiting 1-AA Idaho State offers a welcome respite to a wounded Sooner program. Pity the punching bag Bengals.
14. MISSOURI TIGERS (1-0). The Tigers were surprisingly ferocious last week as they ripped apart non-conference rival Illinois 37-9. Bowling Green, a program Gary Pinkel knows well from his years in Toledo, visits Columbia this weekend.
15. BOISE STATE BRONCOS (1-0). Big win over Oregon with the help of their signature blue turf and matching all-blue uniforms is the only real test on a pathetically weak 2009 schedule. Miami of Ohio visits this weekend.
16. UTAH UTES (1-0). New QB Terence Cain, the 2008 National JUCO Player of the Year, proved he has the dual threat skill set to keep the Utes in the BCS mix again this year with a 35-17 win over Utah State. Utah travels to San Jose State this weekend.
17. TEXAS CHRISTIAN HORNED FROGS (0-0). The Frogs will shred a Virginia squad that got thumped by 1-AA William & Mary last weekend. We’ll have to wait until Sept 26 to see TCU tested when they visit Clemson.
18. FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES (1-0). Bobby’s ‘Noles are seriously loaded with NFL talent and will only get better as the season progresses. Monday night’s heartbreaking loss to Miami will benefit them down the road. This week: 1-AA Jacksonville State at home.
19. CINCINNATI BEARCATS (1-0). Seriously, how many of you out there thought Cincy would go on the road at Rutgers and dominate the Scarlet Knights 47-15? 1-AA Southeast Missouri State will be an easy tune-up for the big test with Oregon State on Sept 19.
20. VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES (0-1). Beamer’s Boys put up a good fight against the Crimson Tide last weekend and proved they’ll be in the ACC title mix again this year. They host Marshall this week.
21. NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH (1-0). Michigan in the Big House will prove to be a bit more formidable of a test than Nevada offered last weekend in South Bend, but still, the veteran Irish defense was impressive in containing Wolfpack QB Colin Kaepernick.
22. NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS (1-0). The Huskers thrashed Florida Atlantic 49-3 and host 1-AA Arkansas State this weekend. Can’t wait to see them battle with Virginia Tech on Sept 19.
23. GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS (2-0). After an easy opening win against 1-AA Jacksonville State, G-Tech squeaked out a win over Clemson at home. Miami on the road Sept 17 will tell us a lot more about this team.
24. KANSAS JAYHAWKS (1-0). Opened with a 49-3 win over 1-AA Northern Colorado, so it’s difficult to gauge how good Mangino’s squad could be this year. A road contest this week against a hungry UTEP Miners team will be telling.
25. MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS (1-0). Stomped on 1-AA Montana State 44-3 last week. Hosting Central Michigan and NFL-bound QB Dan LeFevour this Saturday will reveal much about the Spartans’ potential for this season.