Who's no.1, no.2, no.3, who cares?
Clearly Texas can make a case for being one of, if not, the best teams in the country after soundly beating Missouri in Columbia, Mo. on Saturday.
Yet, despite an epic battle with a rebuilding Tennessee team-that required Mt. Cody to block two field goals with his face mask-and another Florida win, that may have been at least aided by the wild herd of Zebra that has been menacing big-game Gator hunters for the last four weeks, the Tide and Fighting Tebows remained unbeaten.
Any of three could be ranked no.1 or no.2 or no.3 but then it gets a little murky. If we are ranking based on body of work or who is playing the best right now or who looks the prettiest in uniform we come up with many different answers.
The Czar, however, chooses to focus on what is important; who is in control of their own destiny and that takes us right to the War Zone in the SEC.