Sort an ArrayList of game objects by another script variable

So here the trick im trying to do, I am building a RPG-type game, And i have all the battle characters stored in a list. I want to sort this list so that the character with the highest turn speed(TSpeed number is at the top of the list(for simplicity’s sake) to designate turns. Problem: How do i sort the ArrayList by the variable that is stored in another script?
Here is the script that contains the Arraylist

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class BattleSystem : MonoBehaviour {
	GameObject[] Enemies;
	GameObject[] Players;
	ArrayList Combatants = new ArrayList();
	float starttimer, currenttimer;
	bool isPlayer= false;
	int curCombatantIndex;
	GameObject curCombatantObj;

	// Use this for initialization
	void Start () {
		Enemies = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Enemy");
		Players = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Player");		
		foreach ( GameObject enemy in Enemies)
		foreach ( GameObject player in Players)
		enter code here

For the sake of refences, all of the charcters have the same script attached to them that holds their stats. Heres that script:
using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class PlayerStats : MonoBehaviour {
	public float Health= 10.0f; 
	public float TSpeed= 10.0f;
	public float AP= 10.0f;
	public float PhysDef= 10.0f;
	public float MagDef= 10.0f;
	public float PhysATK= 10.0f;
	public float MagATK= 10.0f;
	public float PAL= 10.0f;
	public float EXP= 10.0f;


I have heard of the IComparer function, but i can’t really find anything that helps me out so far. Any help is appreciated
Also, keep it C# pls

I use the second code in item 2 of . Use

Array.Sort(putYouArrayHere,(IComparer)new sortPlayerStatsSpeed());

Put in your BattleSystem class:

  private class sortPlayerStatsSpeed: IComparer{
     int IComparer.Compare(object a, object b){
        PlayerStats p1=((GameObject)a).GetComponent<OtherScript>();
        PlayerStats p2=((GameObject)a).GetComponent<OtherScript>();
        if (p1.TSpeed > p2.TSpeed)
          return 1;
        else if (p1.TSpeed < p2.TSpeed)
          return -1;
          return 0;

You know, instead of using an ArrayList, you could use a List< PlayerStats > and then use System.Linq to sort by specific attributes (via OrderBy or OrderByDescending). For example you could change the commented lines of your original question:

//ArrayList Combatants = new ArrayList();   becomes:
List< PlayerStats > Combatants = new List< PlayerStats >();

// Then...
//Combatants.Add(enemy);  becomes:
Combatants.Add( enemy.GetComponent< PlayerStats >() );

//Combatants.Add(player);  becomes:
Combatants.Add( player.GetComponent< PlayerStats >() );

// Finally...
var sortedCombatantsAscending = Combatants.OrderBy( x => x.TSpeed ); // for 1, 2, 3
var sortedCombatantsDescending = Combatants.OrderByDescending( x => x.TSpeed ); // for 3, 2, 1