Week 12 FBS College Football Rankings

The SEC no longer holds the top 5 spots in my rankings. They now only hold the top 4 spots. The Big 12 is making a statement that they should have two teams in the college playoffs. Man, I would love to see an eight team playoff this year. It would be very exciting.

The big game this week is #1 Mississippi St making a visit to #2 Alabama. The loser may be eliminated from the playoff picture, although I think if Mississippi St were to lose a close one, and then beat Ole Miss to finish the season with one loss, they might still get in.

Without further ado, here’s my Top 25:

  1. Mississippi St (9-0, 84.435)
  2. Alabama (8-1, 83.664)
  3. Ole Miss (8-2, 82.905)
  4. Auburn (7-2, 82.727)
  5. TCU (8-1, 82.492)
  6. Baylor (8-1, 81.371)
  7. LSU (7-3, 80.939)
  8. Oregon (9-1, 80.026)
  9. Florida St (9-0, 79.874)
  10. Kansas St (7-2, 79.417)
  11. Texas A&M (7-3, 79.241)
  12. Arizona St (8-1, 79.069)
  13. Oklahoma (6-3, 78.953)
  14. Georgia (7-2, 78.474)
  15. UCLA (8-2, 78.158)
  16. Florida (5-3, 77.397)
  17. Ohio State (8-1, 77.330)
  18. West Virginia (6-4, 77.174)
  19. Michigan St (702, 77.143)
  20. Nebraska (8-1, 77.066)
  21. Notre Dame (7-2, 76.707)
  22. Clemson (7-2, 76.600)
  23. Missouri (7-2, 76.091)
  24. Wisconsin (7-2, 76.024)
  25. Arizona (7-2, 76.002)

My complete rankings can be found here.

Week 9 NFL Rankings

Here are my Week 9 rankings:

  1. Arizona (7-1, 55.951)
  2. Denver (6-2, 55.794)
  3. New England (7-2, 54.233)
  4. Philadelphia (6-2, 53.820)
  5. Indianapolis (6-3, 53.441)
  6. Kansas City (5-3, 53.112)
  7. Dallas (6-3, 52.182)
  8. Miami (5-3, 52.143)
  9. San Francisco (4-4, 51.846)
  10. Detroit (6-2, 51.737)
  11. San Diego (5-4, 51.683)
  12. Seattle (5-3, 51.677)
  13. Cincinnati (5-2-1, 51.626)
  14. Buffalo (5-3, 51.483)
  15. Baltimore (5-4, 51.065)
  16. Green Bay (5-3, 50.802)
  17. Pittsburgh (6-3, 50.786)
  18. Houston (4-5, 49.760)
  19. New York Giants (3-5, 49.395)
  20. New Orleans (4-4, 49.332)
  21. Cleveland (5-3, 49.111)
  22. St. Louis (3-5, 48.401)
  23. Chicago (3-5, 48.191)
  24. Carolina (3-5-1, 48.083)
  25. Minnesota (4-5, 47.972)
  26. Washington (3-6, 47.916)
  27. Tennessee (2-6, 46.599)
  28. Atlanta (2-6, 45.679)
  29. New York Jets (1-8, 45.002)
  30. Jacksonville (1-8, 44.877)
  31. Tampa Bay (1-7, 43.584)
  32. Oakland (0-8, 43.094)

Here are my rankings based on games for the last calendar year:

  1. Arizona (13-3, 54.834)
  2. Denver (14-5, 54.571)
  3. Seattle (13-5, 54.444)
  4. Philadelphia (12-4, 53.346)
  5. New England (13-5, 53.301)
  6. San Francisco (12-7, 52.924)
  7. Cincinnati (10-5-1, 52.507)
  8. San Diego (11-8, 52.116)
  9. Pittsburgh (12-5, 51.991)
  10. Indianapolis (12-7, 51.945)
  11. Baltimore (10-7, 51.709)
  12. New Orleans (10-8, 51.109)
  13. Carolina (10-7-1, 51.033)
  14. Kansas City (7-9, 50.746)
  15. St. Louis (7-8, 50.665)
  16. Miami (9-7, 50.380)
  17. Dallas (9-7, 50.108)
  18. Detroit (8-8, 49.941)
  19. Green Bay (8-8-1, 49.764)
  20. Buffalo (8-7, 49.460)
  21. Minnesota (8-8-1, 49.403)
  22. New York Giants (8-8, 48.949)
  23. Chicago (6-10, 48.376)
  24. Tampa Bay (5-11, 47.348)
  25. Cleveland (5-10, 47.018)
  26. Atlanta (4-12, 46.691)
  27. Tennessee (5-11, 46.284)
  28. Jacksonville (5-12, 46.034)
  29. New York Jets (4-12, 45.845)
  30. Houston (4-13, 45.709)
  31. Washington (3-14, 45.384)
  32. Oakland (1-15, 43.107)

 

Week 11 FBS College Football Rankings

Not a lot of change in my Top 10 this week. My top 6 remain the same. Florida State drops two spots to #9. Georgia falls out of my top 10 this week. Oklahoma moves up two spots to #8 and Baylor creeps in at #10. FCS powerhouse North Dakota State climbs back into my top 25. Undefeated Marshall slips to #36. Quite a few losses from the local teams last week. Virginia Tech falls to #56. Virginia is #57. East Carolina falls to #59. Old Dominion falls to #127.

My Top 25:

  1. Mississippi St (8-0, 86.060)
  2. Auburn (7-1, 85.664)
  3. Ole Miss (7-2, 83.587)
  4. Alabama (7-1, 83.173)
  5. LSU (7-2, 82.772)
  6. TCU (7-1, 81.865)
  7. Kansas St (7-1, 81.668)
  8. Oklahoma (6-2, 80.667)
  9. Florida St (8-0, 80.586)
  10. Baylor (7-1, 79.828)
  11. Oregon (8-1, 79.608)
  12. West Virginia (6-3, 78.841)
  13. Georgia (6-2, 78.460)
  14. Michigan St (7-1, 78.430)
  15. Arizona St (7-1, 78.066)
  16. Florida (4-3, 77.843)
  17. Texas A&M (6-3, 77.643)
  18. Notre Dame (7-1, 77.600)
  19. UCLA (7-2, 77.598)
  20. Nebraska (8-1, 77.373)
  21. Clemson (6-2, 77.284)
  22. Missouri (7-2, 76.452)
  23. Wisconsin (6-2, 76.081)
  24. Ohio State (7-1, 76.078)
  25. North Dakota St (9-0, 75.888)

My complete rankings can be found here.

Week 11 NCAA Division 3 Conference Rankings

Here are my initial rankings for the NCAA Division 3 conferences. The New England Small College Athletic Conference is my highest ranked conference.

Conference Rankings (Average of all teams in conference):

  1. New England Small College (50.00)
  2. Empire 8 (48.09)
  3. Centennial (47.37)
  4. Wisconsin Intercollegiate (45.26)
  5. American Southwest (44.59)
  6. Middle Atlantic (44.47)
  7. Iowa Intercollegiate (44.19)
  8. Minnesota Intercollegiate (43.90)
  9. University Athletic (43.79)
  10. Ohio Athletic (43.56)
  11. New Jersey Athletic (43.06)
  12. Old Dominion Athletic (42.84)
  13. Liberty (41.44)
  14. USA South (40.82)
  15. Southern Athletic (40.64)
  16. North Coast (40.35)
  17. Southern Collegiate (40.20)
  18. Presidents’ Athletic (39.78)
  19. Northwest (39.51)
  20. Massachusetts State (39.31)
  21. College Conf. of Illinois & Wisconsin (38.61)
  22. New England (38.47)
  23. Southern California Intercollegiate (36.05)
  24. Midwest (35.32)
  25. Michigan Intercollegiate (35.19)
  26. Heartland Collegiate (34.54)
  27. Eastern Collegiate (32.42)
  28. Northern Athletics (30.51)
  29. Upper Midwest (26.78)

Week 11 NCAA Division 2 Conference Rankings

Here are my initial rankings for the NCAA Division 2 conferences. The Lone Star Conference has a slight lead over the Gulf South Conference.

Conference Rankings (Average of all teams in conference):

  1. Lone Star (56.00)
  2. Gulf South (55.41)
  3. Great Lakes (52.99)
  4. Rocky Mountain (51.06)
  5. Northern Sun (50.00)
  6. Mid-America Intercollegiate (50.00)
  7. Mountain East (49.90)
  8. Great Northwest (49.32)
  9. South Atlantic (48.99)
  10. Great American (48.69)
  11. Northeast-10 (47.84)
  12. Pennsylvania State (47.48)
  13. Great Lakes Valley (45.75)
  14. Heartland of America (45.59)
  15. SIAA (44.74)
  16. CIAA (43.58)

Week 11 FCS Conference Rankings

Here are my initial rankings for the FCS conferences. The Missouri Valley Conference is #1 and it’s not even close.

Conference Rankings (Average of all teams in conference):

  1. Missouri Valley (66.77)
  2. Big South (59.45)
  3. Colonial (59.11)
  4. Big Sky (58.85)
  5. Southland (58.81)
  6. Ohio Valley (57.57)
  7. Southern (57.55)
  8. Patriot (56.25)
  9. Northeast (55.80)
  10. Ivy (53.72)
  11. Southwestern (52.55)
  12. MEAC (52.23)
  13. Pioneer (49.73)

Week 11 FBS Conference Rankings

A couple of changes in the conference rankings this week. The Big Ten finally overtakes the ACC for fourth place. The Sun Belt finally climbs out of last place and overtakes the MAC for ninth place.

Conference Rankings (Average of all teams in conference):

  1. Southeastern (78.35)
  2. Big 12 (75.74)
  3. Pac-12 (73.99)
  4. Big Ten (72.60)
  5. ACC (72.47)
  6. Mountain West (68.73)
  7. Conference USA (66.78)
  8. All-American (66.16)
  9. Sun Belt (64.14)
  10. MAC (63.93)