College Football 2012: Ranking All 124 Teams

Ranking Every College Football Team (1-124)

1/8/13 in NCAAF   |   Tyler_Waddell   |   426 respect

After much thought and a few coffee breaks, I have compiled a list that ranks all 124 college football teams for the 2012-13 season.

From the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (after winning their third BCS title in four years) all the way down to the win-less Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles, this list is compiled by opinionated analysis. Meaning: you probably won’t agree.

What’re your thoughts?

 
1. Alabama (13-1)
2. Oregon (12-1)
3. Texas A&M (11-2)
4. Georgia (12-2)
5. Notre Dame (12-1)
6. Stanford (12-2)
7. Ohio State (12-0)
8. South Carolina (11-2)
9. Florida (11-2)
10. Florida State (12-2)
11. Clemson (11-2)
12. Kansas State (11-2)
13. LSU (10-3)
14. Louisville (11-2)
15. Utah State (11-2)
16. Boise State (11-2)
17. Northwestern (10-3)
18. Oklahoma (10-3)
19. Texas (9-4)
20. San Jose State (11-2)
21. Oregon State (9-4)
22. Baylor (8-5)
23. Vanderbilt (9-4)
24. Oklahoma State (8-5)
25. Cincinnati (10-3)
26. Tulsa (11-3)
27. Northern Illinois (12-2)
28. Nebraska (10-4)
29. Michigan (8-5)
30. Central Florida (10-4)
31. Arizona (8-5)
32. UCLA (9-5)
33. Penn State (8-4)
34. Arkansas State (10-3)
35. BYU (8-5)
36. Wisconsin (8-6)
37. Syracuse (8-5)
38. Arizona State (8-5)
39. Texas Tech (8-5)
40. Kent State (11-3)
41. Louisiana Tech (9-3)
42. Rutgers (9-4)
43. North Carolina (8-4)
44. San Diego State (9-4)
45. Ball State (9-4)
46. Louisiana-Lafayette (9-4)
47. Washington (7-6)
48. Michigan State (7-6)
49. TCU (7-6)
50. Ole Miss (7-6)
51. Mississippi State (8-5)
52. Toledo (9-4)
53. Ohio (9-4)
54. Miami (7-5)
55. Virginia Tech (7-6)
56. SMU (7-6)
57. Fresno State (9-4)
58. Georgia Tech (7-7)
59. USC (7-6)
60. Bowling Green (8-5)
61. West Virginia (7-6)
62. East Carolina (8-5)
63. Nevada (7-6)
64. North Carolina State (7-6)
65. Missouri (5-7)
66. Middle Tennessee (8-4)
67. Louisiana-Monroe (8-5)
68. Rice (7-6)
69. Navy (7-5)
70. Tennessee (5-7)
71. Central Michigan (7-6)
72. Duke (6-7)
73. Minnesota (6-7)
74. Iowa State (6-7)
75. UTSA (8-4)
76. Western Kentucky (7-6)
77. Pitt (6-7)
78. Air Force (6-7)
79. Arkansas (4-8)
80. Utah (5-7)
81. Purdue (6-7)
82. Marshall (5-7)
83. Connecticut (5-7)
84. California (3-9)
85. Indiana (4-8)
86. Wake Forest (5-7)
87. Troy (5-7)
88. Virginia (4-8)
89. Iowa (4-8)
90. Temple (4-7)
91. Houston (5-7)
92. Buffalo (4-8)
93. Maryland (4-8)
94. Miami-of-Ohio (4-8)
95. North Texas (4-8)
96. Auburn (3-9)
97. South Florida (3-9)
98. Wyoming (4-8)
99. Western Michigan (4-8)
100. Washington State (3-9)
101. Texas State (4-8)
102. Kentucky (2-10)
103. Colorado State (4-8)
104. Memphis (4-8)
105. New Mexico (4-9)
106. Florida International (3-9)
107. UTEP (3-9)
108. Florida Atlantic (3-9)
109. Boston College (2-10)
110. Kansas (1-11)
111. Illinois (2-10)
112. Hawaii (3-9)
113. Army (2-9)
114. UAB (2-10)
115. Eastern Michigan (2-10)
116. Tulane (2-10)
117. UNLV (2-11)
118. South Alabama (2-11)
119. Colorado (1-11)
120. Akron (1-11)
121. Massachusetts
122. Idaho (1-11)
123. New Mexico State (1-11)
124. Southern Mississippi (0-12)

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1/9/13   |   MortonsLaw   |   156 respect

Yeah, Notre Dame should fall to at least 10. I still can't believe Stanford couldn't get that one yard, or else we would've seen a real National Championship game.

1/8/13   |   Pat   |   5234 respect

Too high: Notre Dame.

Too low: Ohio State.

Too crappy: my beloved Boston College.

1/7/13   |   Dan_B   |   1067 respect

Southern Miss' fall from grace is truly remarkable.