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College Football Rankings

Posted on 26 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

No change in the top 7 of the rankings following week 4, with Alabama, Ohio State (without playing), Louisville, Michigan, Clemson, Houston and Stanford staying put. Wisconsin enter the top 10 for the first time this season, Ole Miss enjoy the biggest rise after beating Georgia, who had the biggest drop of all, 13 spots. LSU and Oklahoma (without playing) dropped from the rankings, in a week when all four ranked teams that lost did so against other ranked teams. More


College Football Week 3 Rankings

Posted on 19 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Three newcomers to the top 25, as Nebraska, San Diego State and Utah replace Iowa, Notre Dame and Oregon. Alabama maintain the top spot while Ohio State rise to number 2 and Louisville take over number 3. The rest of the top 7 remains unchanged, while Miami moving up 10 spots to number 15 is the biggest rise of the week. Both Oklahoma and Florida State dropped 11 spots. More


College Football Rankings: Week 2

Posted on 12 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

The latest rankings keep the teams of the top 5 in college football, with a changed order. Clemson have dropped three places to number 5, Alabama maintain their number one position, while Florida State, Ohio State and Michigan each move up one spot. The only new team to the top 10 is Louisville, while Georgia fall out of it despite not losing. More

Jalen Hurts, Alabama

2016 College Football Season: Week 1 Rankings

Posted on 7 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

The week 1 AP Top 25 offers little change in top 5, with Alabama and Clemson retaining their 1-2 spots, while Florida State, Ohio State and Michigan make minor advancements instead of Oklahoma and LSU, having huge falls after their losses. Houston rose to number 6 thanks to beating the Sooners, while Washington, Georgia and Wisconsin join Stanford to complete the top 10, while Florida were the only team that won and still dropped from the rankings. More

Wisconsin beat LSU

2016 College Football Season: Upsets, Blowouts & Rankings Effect

Posted on 4 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

An interesting (and too spread out) opening weekend to the 2016 season in college football, with LSU stunned by unranked Wisconsin, Houston doing the game to Oklahoma, while USC suffered one of the worst losses in school history, by making the mistake and agreeing to meet Alabama on neutral ground. Obviously, rankings are going to shift due to some of these results, although it is just week 1. More

Alabama, Clemson

2016 College Football Season: Preseason Rankings

Posted on 22 Aug, 2016, by in College Football

As expected, the first preseason poll puts Alabama on top of the rankings, favorites to defend their national title. They were among seven teams, including Clemson, Oklahoma, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State and Michigan to receive first place votes. More

Alabama National Champions

2015 College Football Season – Final Rankings

Posted on 12 Jan, 2016, by in College Football

The College Football season is over with Alabama as national champions, which gives them the number one spot on the final rankings, followed by runners-up Clemson at number two, Rose Bowl champions Stanford at number three and Ohio State, probably the second best team in the country at least, settling for the Fiesta Bowl and the number four spot. Navy and Western Kentucky make rare appearances in the AP Top 25, and the same goes for Houston and Iowa (despite the loss), finishing the season in the top 10. More

FInal BCS Standings 2015 season

2015 College Football Season – Final BCS Standings

Posted on 7 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

The final week of the College Football season before the bowl games are upon has gave us its four playoff teams: Number one Clemson, number two Alabama, number three Michigan State and number four, Oklahoma. That’s the selection committee, but even in a BCS world, we would have gotten the same four teams making the playoff. More

Week 13 BCS Standings

2015 College Football Season – Week 13 BCS Standings

Posted on 2 Dec, 2015, by in College Football

There’s hardly any difference between the College Football Playoff rankings for week 13 of the 2015 College Football Season and the hypothetical BCS standings, both having the same top four: Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Iowa, while Michigan State, Stanford and North Carolina are waiting for their chance to get in. More

2015 BCS Standings - Week 12

2015 College Football Season – Week 12 BCS Standings

Posted on 25 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The hypothetical BCS standings following week 12 of the 2015 college football season aren’t that different from the College Football Playoff committee decisions. Clemson, Alabama and Iowa in the top 4 while Notre Dame instead of Oklahoma to complete the picture, with the Sooners and Michigan State looking from the outside on a playoff spot they’re hoping to get. More