2012 College Football Score: Results and analysis Week 1 on Top 25 Teams
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2012 College Football Score: Results and analysis Week 1 on Top 25 Teams

San Francisco : CA : USA | Aug 31, 2012 at 8:52 AM PDT
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College Football 2012 live scorecard coverage on kick-off week is underway as America's college primal sport opens Thurday night. Fans are tuning in for football live scores and results all the way thru college game day Saturday.

USC has been placed atop the preseason rankings in the AP Top 25, which annoys the skiptics like SEC fanatics. Some observers predicts that the Trojans will be unseated from No. 1 even midway thru the season as Alabama or LSU will leapfrog the PAC 12 top dog.

The second-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 8 Wolverines are gearing up for their opener at Cowboys Stadium while NCAA sanction-free USC Trojans will play at home against Hawaii all game on Saturday night. College football live scoreboard coverage continues Friday with another marque matchup between AP rank No. 21 Stanford against San Jose State. Josh Nunes will be the starting quarterback for Stanford, to fill big shoes in replacing Andrew Luck.

To cap the day, the No. 24 Boise St. will face No. 13 Michigan St. Will keep you posted with College Football live scoreboard and results until game day Saturday. But before that, here's the Thursday scores and analysis.

(9) South Carolina - 17

Vanderbilt - 13

Gamecocks barely survive a 17-13 squeaker against the Commodores in an ugly win as everybody expect a blowout granting the Associated Press ranked them at No. 9, somehow fans would have thought South Carolina is overated team going into the 2012 season. They have their advantage big offensive line which they failed to utilized against the smaller Vanderbilt lineup. Lattimore is their horse but they can't rely him all the way because of his knee injury plus Gamecocks has small wide receivers which are prone to interceptions. Expect Gamecock ranking will to go down in Week 2.

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Aaron Rodgers' younger brother Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers (11) throws the ball in college football game against South Carolina, South Carolina won 17-13. (Photo AP)
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  • Aaron Rodgers' younger brother Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers (11) throws the ball in college football game against South Carolina, South Carolina won 17-13. (Photo AP)

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