IMG Academy (FL) slips in latest USA Today Super 25

USA Today Super 25

American Heritage‘s 19-7 win over IMG Academy in Saturday’s Kickoff Classic has caused a shake-up in the latest USA Today Super 25 high school football rankings.

While the game doesn’t count in either team’s 2015 record, it did drop IMG from #2 in USA Today’s Preseason Super 25 to #22 this week.  On the other hand, America Heritage from Plantation moves into the Super 25 at #18.

South Panola from Mississippi, which won its opener against Clinton, fell-out of the Super 25, after starting the season #23.

USA Today Super 25

  1. De La Salle (CA) 0-0, LW: #1
  2. Miami Central (FL) 0-0, LW: #3
  3. Bishop Gorman (NV) 0-0, LW: #4
  4. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 0-0, LW: #5
  5. DeMatha (MD) 0-0, LW: #6
  6. Corona Centennial (CA) 0-0, LW: #7
  7. DeSoto (TX) 0-0, LW: #8
  8. Cedar Hill (TX) 0-0, LW: #9
  9. Colerain (OH) 0-0, LW: #10
  10. Archer (GA) 1-0, LW: #12
  11. St. John Bosco (CA) 0-0, LW: #13
  12. Allen (TX) 0-0, LW: #11
  13. Cocoa (FL) 0-0, LW: #14
  14. Paramus Catholic (NJ) 0-0, LW: #15
  15. Colquitt County (GA) 1-0, LW: #16
  16. Ocean Lakes (VA) 0-0, LW: #17
  17. Clay-Chalkville (AL) 1-0, LW: #18
  18. American Heritage (Plantation, FL) 0-0, LW: NR
  19. St. Edward (OH) 0-0, LW: #19
  20. Chandler (AZ) 1-0, LW: #20
  21. Webb City (MO) 1-0, LW: 21
  22. IMG Academy (FL) 0-0, LW: #2
  23. Manvel (TX) 0-0, LW: #22
  24. Bishop Amat (CA) 0-0, LW: #24
  25. Flanagan (FL) 0-0, LW: #25

 

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