Week 14 FBS College Football Rankings

It’s getting close to playoff time. I’m pretty sure my top 4 may only have 2 participants in the playoffs. Alabama remains at #1 and Florida State drops another spot to #10. Look out, here comes UCLA. They have moved up to #11 in my rankings. Arkansas continues to impress as they have moved up to #12, even with a record of 6-5.

Virginia Tech drops to #57 after their embarrassing loss to Wake Forest. Virginia moves up to #45 after their big win over Miami.

Week 14 Top 25:

  1. Alabama (10-1, 83.120)
  2. Mississippi State (10-1, 82.186)
  3. TCU (9-1, 81.335)
  4. Baylor (9-1, 80.636)
  5. Oregon (10-1, 80.218)
  6. Auburn (8-3, 80.203)
  7. Georgia (9-2, 80.121)
  8. Ole Miss (8-3, 79.802)
  9. Kansas State (8-2, 79.049)
  10. Florida State (11-0, 78.959)
  11. UCLA (9-2, 78.459)
  12. Arkansas (6-5, 78.421)
  13. Oklahoma (8-3, 78.350)
  14. LSU (7-4, 78.313)
  15. Michigan State (9-2, 77.856)
  16. Ohio State (10-1, 77.771)
  17. Texas A&M (7-4, 77.692)
  18. Missouri (9-2, 77.628)
  19. Arizona (9-2, 76.914)
  20. Wisconsin (9-2, 76.901)
  21. Arizona State (9-2, 76.763)
  22. West Virginia (6-5, 76.369)
  23. Florida (6-4, 76.221)
  24. Clemson (8-3, 75.444)
  25. Georgia Tech (9-2, 75.431)

My complete rankings can be found here.

Week 13 FBS College Football Rankings

There is a new #1 in my rankings this week as the SEC continues to cannibalize itself. Alabama and Mississippi State swap the #1 and #2 positions this week after Alabama knocked Mississippi State from the unbeatens. Ole Miss continues to hold on to the #3 position. The Big 12’s TCU and Baylor take the #4 and #5 spots this week.

How do the two undefeated teams fare this week? Florida State continues to unimpress in my rankings, remaining in my #9 spot this week. Marshall continues to remain outside my top 25, coming in at #30 this week.

Virginia Tech slides up a few spots to #49 this week after upsetting Duke. I still have a hard time saying that, “upsetting Duke”. Virginia slides down to #62. Old Dominion comes in at #102 this week.

Week 13 Top 25:

  1. Alabama (9-1, 83.811)
  2. Mississippi State (9-1, 82.292)
  3. Ole Miss (8-2, 82.073)
  4. TCU (9-1, 81.684)
  5. Baylor (8-1, 81.317)
  6. Auburn (7-3, 80.639)
  7. Oregon (9-1, 80.348)
  8. Georgia (8-2, 80.237)
  9. Florida State (10-0, 79.443)
  10. Kansas State (7-2, 78.975)
  11. Oklahoma (7-3, 78.823)
  12. LSU (7-4, 78.681)
  13. Ohio State (9-1, 78.404)
  14. UCLA (8-2, 78.253)
  15. Michigan State (8-2, 78.023)
  16. Texas A&M (7-4, 77.900)
  17. Missouri (8-2, 77.409)
  18. Wisconsin (8-2, 77.264)
  19. West Virginia (6-4, 77.201)
  20. Arkansas (5-5, 77.195)
  21. Arizona State (8-2, 77.175)
  22. Florida (5-4, 76.495)
  23. Arizona (8-2, 76.467)
  24. Nebraska (8-2, 76.338)
  25. Utah (7-3, 76.278)

My complete rankings can be found here.

Week 12 FBS Conference Ratings

No changes in the conference rankings this week, although the Pac-12 did close the gap on the Big 12.

Conference Rankings (Average of all teams in conference):

  1. Southeastern (77.83)
  2. Big 12 (75.38)
  3. Pac-12 (74.23)
  4. Big 10 (72.56)
  5. ACC (72.34)
  6. Mountain West (68.49)
  7. Conference USA (66.76)
  8. All-American (65.85)
  9. Sun Belt (63.90)
  10. Mid-American (63.88)

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.