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College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Michigan & Washington in the Driver’s Seat

Posted on 31 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

The College Football Playoff Committee will soon release their first rankings for the 2016 season. Unless they’ve been watching a completely different season, it’ll be Alabama, Michigan, Clemson and Washington, probably in that order as well, that are in the playoff spots. More

Alabama Champions

2013 College Football Rankings – Preseason Edition

Posted on 18 Aug, 2013, by in NFL

No surprises at the top of the preseason top 25, with the national champions Alabama looking like huge favorites to stay at number one by the end of the season, and the SEC having six teams overall in the top 12. Ohio State seem like the only real BCS hope coming from the Big Ten, while the Pac-12 will probably have to choose between Oregon and Stanford as its best team, hopefully making it to the title game this time. More

Bama Again

2012 College Football Rankings – Final Edition

Posted on 8 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

SEC rules for yet another year, with Alabama winning their third national title in four years, beating Notre Dame easily in the BCS championship game. More

ND Touchdown

2012 College Football Season – Week 13 Rankings

Posted on 25 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

No real change at the top 25 of the AP Poll, as Notre Dame passed the biggest test of their weekend, a visit to USC, with another impressive defensive stand. The other two claimants to the BCS national championship game, Alabama and Georgia, had no problem beating their in-state nemesis on rivalry week. More

Oregon Ducks

2012 College Football Season – Week 11 Rankings

Posted on 11 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

Thanks to Texas A&M, the AP Top 25 of week 11 is a little less complicated, as Alabama lose for the first time this season and drop to fourth, while Oregon take over the number one spot in the nation, followed by Kansas State and Notre Dame, gathering tough wins to keep them undefeated and on course for a national title game. More

Alabama celebration

2012 College Football Season – Week 10 Rankings

Posted on 4 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

No change in the top of the AP Poll after week 10, as Alabama (beating LSU), Oregon (beating USC), Kansas State (beating Oklahoma State) and Notre Dame (beating Pittsburgh) remained undefeated and kept their top 4 positions, while Georgia moved into the top 5 after beating Ole Miss. More

Jarvis Jones

2012 College Football Season – Week 9 Rankings

Posted on 28 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

A week that didn’t see a change at the top of the rankings (Alabama still perfect and strong) of the AP Poll, but a move up for Oregon, Kansas State, Notre Dame and even the resting LSU, thanks to Georgia ruining Florida’s season, opening up the SEC East. More

Collin Klein

2012 College Football Season – Week 8 Rankings

Posted on 21 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

No change at the top of the college football world according to the AP Poll, as the top 16 teams from last week won or simply didn’t play. Alabama keeps on cruising (vs Tennesee) while Florida continue to pick up the most impressive wins, this time enhailiting the South Carolina Gamecocks, finding themselves out of the SEC race for good. More

Jeff Driskel

College Football – Week 7 Rankings

Posted on 14 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

A lot of movers up and down for yet another week, as South Carolina and West Virginia (huge fall) fell out of the top 5 after their losses to LSU and Texas Tech, while Alabama just keeps on winning, Florida are now in the top 3, Notre Dame and Kansas State keep climbing the rankings while Texas fell out of the AP Poll after a humiliating Red River Rivalry loss to Oklahoma. More

College Football – Week 5 Rankings

Posted on 1 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

Grabbing a quite comfortable SEC win, Alabama are now a unanimous number one team, for the first time this season, while LSU’s unimpressive win over Towson dropped them another spot. Florida State are number 3 for the first time in almost a decade while Northwestern make the rankings for the first time since 2008. More