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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

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

The Best State in College Football

Posted on 23 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

How do you decide what state deserves the bragging rights of being the best in the nation of College Football? Different conferences and too short of a season can’t help us completely decide, but according to the records compiled by redditor MrTheSpork, it’s probably Oklahoma or Oregon. 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

College Football – Week 4 Rankings

Posted on 24 Sep, 2012, by in NFL

No huge upsets during the weekend, but more losses to ranked teams while Oregon disrupt the SEC harmony at 1-2 by claiming the runner-up spot from LSU, after the Ducks dismantled Arizona while the Tigers struggled to come away from Auburn with a win. Alabama? Business as usual, beating Florida Atlantic and putting 40 points on the board. More

2012 College Football Season – Week 3 Rankings

Posted on 17 Sep, 2012, by in NFL

Back to the SEC, Alabama-LSU 1-2 thing. This was the case last season on 8 of the rankings, although LSU were the number one team until they lost in the national championship game. The big moves this time were Notre Dame, moving up 11 spots after beating Michigan State; and Stanford, stunning USC 21-14, making a 12 place climb. More

2012 College Football Rankings – Week 2

Posted on 9 Sep, 2012, by in NFL

While the national title contenders had no problems what so ever in week 2; Alabama cruising against Western Kentucky, USC putting up big numbers against Syracuse and LSU demolishing Washington, the big move was #8 Arkansas losing at home to Louisiana Monroe, dropping out of the rankings for the second biggest fall in the history of the AP Poll, behind Michigan’s fall from #5 in 2007. More

2012 College Football Rankings – Week 1

Posted on 4 Sep, 2012, by in NFL

The national champions opened where they deserve to be, at #1. The Alabama Crimson Tide beat Michigan 41-14 in the featured opening game of week 1, giving them most first place votes after the USC Trojans were the preseason number one team in the nation. Their 49-10 win over Hawai’i wasn’t good enough to keep them from falling to number 2 in the rankings. More

Preseason College Football Rankings – Worth Anything?

Posted on 5 Aug, 2012, by in NFL

The preseason college football rankings for the 2012 season came out this week and guess what – LSU, who led the rankings for most of last season and Alabama, #2 for most of last season and the national champions, took the top two spots once again. SEC dominance doesn’t change, it just got stronger. Problems is these preseason rankings usually don’t mean much. More

2012 College Football Rankings – Preseason Edition

Posted on 2 Aug, 2012, by in NFL

Nothing changed from last season; LSU and Alabama 1 and 2, SEC above the rest with 5 teams in the top 10 in a season of many changes that sees TCU and West Virginia in their new Big 12 home already among the preseason top 25, while USC make a return to the upper echelon of College Football, this time without Pete Carroll and hopefully no scandals. More