Bishop Gorman (NV) moves to Top of USA Today Super 25

USA Today Super 25

After a weekend that saw the #1 and #2 teams in the USA Today Super 25 lose, Bishop Gorman (Nevada), last year’s USA Today “mythical” national champ, ascends to the top of the heap in the latest rankings. 

With one of the toughest schedules in the nation, the Gaels’ position atop the poll will be tested on multiple weekends, starting this Friday when Gorman travels to Utah to play Bingham, not ranked in the Super 25, but ranked #25 in High School Football America’s Preseason Top 25 Poll.

Last week’s #1, the De La Salle Spartans (California) tumble to #21 after losing to Euless Trinity (Texas), which enters the poll at #16.

USA Today Super 25

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

Click here to get the inside scoop on the USA Today Super 25 from writer Jim Halley.

 

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