MY COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOP 30 TEAMS FOR WEEK 5

QB Zach Mettenberger (LSU)
QB Zach Mettenberger (LSU)
QB Bo Wallace (Ole Miss)
QB Bo Wallace (Ole Miss)
AJ McCarron (Alabama)
AJ McCarron (Alabama)
QB Aaron Murray (Georgia)
QB Aaron Murray (Georgia)
QB Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M)
QB Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M)
QB Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech)
QB Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech)
QB Connor Shaw (South Carolina)
QB Connor Shaw (South Carolina)
QB Taylor Kelly (Arizona State)
QB Taylor Kelly (Arizona State)
QB Shawn Mannion (Oregon State0
QB Shawn Mannion (Oregon State0
QB Tommy Rees (Notre Dame)
QB Tommy Rees (Notre Dame)
QB Blake Bortles (Central Florida)
QB Blake Bortles (Central Florida)
QB Connor Halliday (Washington State)
QB Connor Halliday (Washington State)
QB Braxton Miller (Ohio State)
QB Braxton Miller (Ohio State)
QB Terrance Owens (Toledo)
QB Terrance Owens (Toledo)
QB Keith Price (Washington)
QB Keith Price (Washington)
QB Tom Savage (Pittsburgh)
QB Tom Savage (Pittsburgh)
QB Joel Stave (Wisconsin)
QB Joel Stave (Wisconsin)

Top 30 Teams in College Football

We have seen four weeks of college football and things are just starting to shape up now going into e past. Alabama still is the best team in the country even though they have struggled on offense against Virginia Tech but still won by 25 and gave up 42 to Texas A&M in a win. Oregon has just ran its competition off the field including a 59-14 blowout over Tennessee two weeks ago. But one of the biggest changes is that the SEC is not as dominant in its non conference games as it usually has been in the past. Last season the SEC finished with a non conference record of (54-11). This year going into week 5 they are (27-7) in non conference games while the Pac 12 is (29-4) and the ACC (29-7). The ACC has made some great strides this year so far with it best non conference wins over Georgia, Florida, BYU, Marshall, BYU, West Virginia and Memphis. But the Pac 12 right now has the best non conference wins so far with wins over Boise State, Virginia, Illinois, Utah State(2), Wisconsin, Nebraska, BYU and Boston College while the best non conference victories for the SEC are Virginia Tech, Texas, TCU, Washington State, Indiana and Western Kentucky. My biggest disappointment conference has to the Big 12 with its best non conference win is Mississippi State.

This week 5 of college football and I have watched teams for 4 weeks now and have a feel for which teams are playing the best right now going into this week of college football. Here are my top 30 teams going into week 5 in my opinion along with the 20 best games this weekend.


TOP 30 WEEK 5


1.


Alabama (3-0)


2.


Oregon (3-0)


3.


Clemson (3-0)


4.


LSU (4-0)


5.


Stanford (3-0)


6.


Ohio State (4-0)


7.


Georgia (2-1)


8.


Florida State (3-0)


9.


UCLA (3-0)


10.


Texas A&M (3-1)


11.


Louisville (4-0)


12.


South Carolina (2-1)


13.


Washington (3-0)


14.


Michigan (4-0)


15.


Oklahoma (3-0)


16.


Northwestern (4-0)


17.


Baylor (3-0)


18.


Oklahoma State (3-0)


19.


Miami (FL) (3-0)


20.


OleMiss (3-0)


21.


Florida (2-1)


22.


Maryland (4-0)


23.


Georgia Tech (3-0)


24.


Notre Dame (3-1)


25.


Central Florida (3-0)


26.


Texas Tech (4-0)


27.


Virginia Tech (3-1)


28.


Auburn (3-1)


29.


Washington State (3-1)


30.


Fresno State (3-0)


20 BEST MATCHUPS FOR WEEK 5


1.


LSU (4-0) at Georgia (2-1)


2.


Oklahoma (3-0) at Notre Dame (3-1)


3.


Ole Miss (3-0) at Alabama (3-0)


4.


Arizona (3-0) at Washington (3-0)


5.


Wisconsin (3-1) at Ohio State (4-0)


6.


Texas A&M (3-1) at Arkansas (3-1)


7.


(Thurs.) Virginia Tech (3-1) at Georgia Tech (3-0)


8.


Stanford (3-0) at Washington State (3-10


9.


South Carolina (2-1) at Central Florida (3-0)


10.


Iowa (3-1) at Minnesota (4-0)


11.


USC (3-1) at Arizona State (2-1)


12.


Colorado (2-0) at Oregon State (3-10


13.


Virginia (2-1) at Pittsburgh (2-1)


14.


Toledo (2-2) at Ball State (3-1)


15.


Navy (2-0) at Western Kentucky (2-2)


16.


(Fri.) San Jose State (1-2) at Utah State (2-2)


17.


(Fri.) Middle Tennessee (3-1) at BYU (1-2)


18.


South Alabama (2-1) at Tennessee (2-2)


19.


SMU (1-2) at TCU (1-2)


20.


Wake Forest (2-2) at Clemson (3-0)


NON CONFERENCE RANKINGS FOR WEEK 5


1.


PAC 12 (29-4) – Best wins – (Virginia, Tennessee, Boise State, Illinois, Utah State (2), Boston College, Wisconsin, Nebraska and BYU


2.


ACC (29-7) – Best wins – (Florida, Georgia, West Virginia, BYU, Marshall and Memphis)


3.


SEC (27-7) – Best wins – (Virginia Tech, TCU, Texas, Washington State, Western Kentucky and Indiana)


4.


Big Ten (35-10) – Best wins – (California (2), Cincinnait, Wyoming, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Bowling Green)


5.


AAC (18-15) – Best wins – (Kentucky, Ohio, Penn State, Rice, Arkansas and Arkansas State)


6.


BIG 12 (19-8) – Best wins – (Mississippi State)


7.


MAC (16-28) – Best wins – ( Iowa, Army, Tulsa, Marshall, and North Texas)


8.


Independents (9-14) – Best wins – (Michigan State, Texas and Indiana)


9.


MT WEST (13-20) – Best wins – (Rutgers)


10.


CUSA (15-26) – Best wins – (Miami(OH), Colorado State, Kansas and Ball State)


11.


SUN BELT (12-14) – Best wins – (Wake Forest, Kentucky, UAB and Tulane)

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