NoVA Buckeye Power Rankings Week 7: New Number 1?

NoVA Buckeye's picture
October 13, 2013 at 9:05p
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Here's Week 7 of my computer-based power rankings which doesn't factor in margin of victory, poll rank, or how close a game was. Without ado, here they are:

1. Clemson (28)

2. Florida State (27.8)

3. (tie) Oregon (27.667)

3. (tie) Alabama (27.667)

5. UCLA (27)

6. Missouri (26.5)

7. Ohio State (26.333)

8. Baylor (26.2)

9. Miami (FL) (25.2)

10. LSU (25.429)

11. (tie) Stanford (25)

11. (tie) South Carolina (25)

13. (tie) Louisville (24.833)

13. (tie) Texas Tech (24.833)

15. (tie) Oklahoma (24.5)

15. (tie) Georgia (24.5)

17. Houston (24.2)

18. (tie) Virginia Tech (24)

18. (tie) Northern Illinois (24)

18. (tie) Texas A&M (24)

21. Auburn (23.667)

22. Michigan (23.5)

23. Fresno State (23.4)

24. Oregon State (23.167)

25. Michigan State (23)

ON THE CUSP: Maryland, UCF, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Florida, Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Ball State, Utah, Texas, Pittsburgh, Brigham Young, Washington, Penn State, East Carolina

TAKEAWAYS:

Not shown is that 11 out of 12 B1G teams rank in the top half of FBS (Iowa, Northwestern, and Wisconsin all rank 43, Minnesota, 50, Illinois, 55, and Indiana, 59 to go with Ohio State, 7, Michigan, 22, Michigan State, 25, Nebraska, 29, and Penn State, 39)

Only 8 of the SEC's 14 teams make it into the top half of FBS. (Ole Miss, not in top 40)

The entire top 9 is unbeaten. Only undefeated BCS teams not in top 10 are Louisville, Texas Tech, and Houston.

 

Comments

fanosu99's picture

So what part of ACC country do you come from?

NoVA Buckeye's picture

Northern Virginia. Read the screen name. Practically B1G country at this point.

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