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NCAA Football

Ranking All 124 College Football Teams

College football’s Coaches’ Top 25 Poll was recently released, making fans across the nation even more anxious for things to kick off here in a couple weeks.  While fans wait patiently for fall, or at least try to, teams are finalizing their preparations for the 2012 season.

Remember, the college football world still has the current BCS system for two more seasons.  That means the polls, no matter how early they are made, are still a key part of a team’s BCS average.

While the coaches are certainly experts in their field, we all know there is an agenda behind the scenes.  So what would a more accurate top 25 poll look like?  For that matter, where would every FBS team rank on a complete 124 team poll?

Your about to find out.

124.  University of Texas (San Antonio)
123.  University of Massachusetts
122.  Akron
121.  Texas State
120.  Memphis
119.  New Mexico
118.  New Mexico State
117.  Florida Atlantic
116.  University of Alabama (Bermingham)
115.  Tulane
114.  South Alabama
113.  Middle Tennessee
112.  UNLV
111.  Kent State
110.  Buffalo
109.  Ball State
108.  San Jose State
107.  Colorado State
106.  University of Texas (El Paso)
105.  Rice
104.  North Texas
103.  Idaho
102.  Wyoming
101.  Bowling Green
100.  Utah State
99.  Western Kentucky
98.  Central Michigan
97.  Indiana
96.  University of Louisiana (Monroe)
95.  Troy
94.  Eastern Michigan
93.  Kansas
92.  Minnesota
91.  Hawaii
90.  San Diego State
89.  Marshall
88.  Syracuse
87.  Boston College
86.  Connecticut
85.  Temple
84.  ECU
83.  Oregon State
82.  Duke
81.   Arizona
80.  Maryland
79.  Ole Miss
78.  Wake Forest
77.  Western Michigan
76.  Navy
75.  Air Force
74.  Kentucky
73.  Colorado
72.   Miami (Ohio)
71.   Fresno State
70.  Army
69.  Arizona State
68.  Arkansas State
67.  Tulsa
66.  Houston
65.  UCLA
64.  Baylor
63.  Southern Miss
62.  Toledo
61.  Northern Illinois
60.  Washington State
59.  Louisiana Lafayette
58.  Ohio
57.  Virginia
56.  Pittsburgh
55.  Texas Tech
54.  Iowa State
53.  Illinois
52.  Nevada
51.  Florida International
50.  Northwestern
49.  Purdue
48.  Cincinnati
47.  Rutgers
46.  UCF
45.  California
44.  Penn State
43.  Louisiana Tech
42.  Vanderbilt
41.  Miami (FL)
40.  North Carolina State
39.  SMU
38.  Brigham Young
37.  South Florida
36.  Georgia Tech
35.  North Carolina
34.  Louisville
33.  Texas A&M
32.  Mississippi State
31.  Iowa
30.  Utah
29.  Washington
28.  Missouri
27.  Stanford
26.  Tennessee
25.  Boise State
24.  Oklahoma State
23.  Kansas State
22.  Nebraska
21.  TCU
20.  Florida
19.  Auburn
18.  Notre Dame
17.  Texas
16.  Virginia Tech
15.  Clemson
14.  Ohio State
13.  Wisconsin
12.  West Virginia
11.  Michigan State
10.  Michigan
9.  Florida State
8.  South Carolina
7.  Georgia
6.  Arkansas
5.  Oregon
4.  Oklahoma
3.  Alabama
2.  USC
1.  LSU

 

The LSU Tigers are the preseason No. 1 team in the nation, but it’s a close call.  We may finally get the LSU vs Oklahoma State matchup we all wanted last year if LSU can survive the SEC schedule and if USC can get by Oregon two times.  But it’s a little early for those kind of predictions.  What do you think about the top 25? your team’s ranking?  Like or don’t like, leave a comment!

 

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