My Top 25 College Football Power Rankings

Top 25 Power Rankings

Here are my top 25 college football teams going into week 11 base on who they have beat in conference and out of conference. I have put by each team that I have ranked there top wins of the season so far base on there schedule. All these teams still control there on destiny but some will need some help if they still have aspirations of capturing a conference championship. There are still plenty of football to play and although there were some teams that loss in week 10 that still have much to play for. So here are my top 25 teams in college football right now.

Impact College Football Players

DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
RB Stevan Ridley (LSU)
RB Stevan Ridley (LSU)
WR  Jeremy Kerley (TCU)
WR Jeremy Kerley (TCU)
RB LaMichael James (Oregon)
RB LaMichael James (Oregon)
QB Kellen Moore (Boise State)
QB Kellen Moore (Boise State)
RB John Clay (Wisconsin)
RB John Clay (Wisconsin)
WR Chris Owusu (Stanford)
WR Chris Owusu (Stanford)
WR Julio Jones (Alabama)
WR Julio Jones (Alabama)
QB Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State)
QB Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State)
QB Ryan Mallett (Arkansas)
QB Ryan Mallett (Arkansas)
LB Greg Jones (Michigan State)
LB Greg Jones (Michigan State)
RB Kendall Hunter (Oklahoma State)
RB Kendall Hunter (Oklahoma State)
RB Roy Helu (Nebraska)
RB Roy Helu (Nebraska)

Top 25 Power Rankings

1. Auburn (10-0) - Best Wins (LSU, Arkansas, South Carolina, Clemson, Miss.State)

2. LSU (8-1) - Best Wins (North Carolina, Miss. State, Alabama, Florida, West Virginia)

3. TCU (10-0) -  Best Wins (Oregon State, Utah, Baylor, SMU)

4. Oregon (9-0) - Best Wins (Stanford, USC, Tennessee)

5. Boise State (8-0) - Best Wins (Virginia Tech Oregon State Hawaii)

6. Wisconsin (8-1) - Best Wins (Arizona State, Ohio State, Iowa)                                             

7. Alabama (7-2) - Best Wins (Penn State Arkansas Florida)

8. Stanford (8-1) - Best Wins (Notre Dame, USC, Arizona)

9. Nebraska (8-1) - Best Wins (Washington, Missouri, Kansas State, Oklahoma State)

10. Ohio State (8-1) - Best Wins (Miami,Fl, Illinois)

11. Oklahoma State (8-1) - Best Wins (Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Baylor)

12. Arkansas (7-2) - Best Wins (Georgia, Texas A&M, South Carolina)

13. Arizona (7-2) - Best Wins (Iowa, California)

14. Iowa (7-2) - Best Wins (Penn State, Michigan State, Michigan, Iowa State)

15. Michigan State (9-1) - Best Wins (Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Northwestern)

16. Utah (8-1) - Best Wins (Pittsburgh, Iowa State, Air Force)

17. Missouri (7-2) - Best Wins (Oklahoma, Texas A&M)

18. Oklahoma (7-2) Best Wins (Florida State, Texas)

19. Miss. State (7-2) - Best Wins (Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Houston)

20. South Carolina (6-3) - Best Wins (Alabama, Georgia)

21. Virginia Tech (7-2) - Best Wins (NC State, Georgia Tech, East Carolina)

22. Florida (6-3) - Best Wins (Georgia, Tennessee, South Florida)

23. North Carolina (6-3) - Best Wins (Clemson, Virginia, Florida State, East Carolina)

24. Texas A&M (6-3) - Best Wins (Texas Tech, Oklahoma)

25. Clemson (5-4) - Best Wins (Maryland, NC State)

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MikeSyrSutton 6 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

I love College Football, all Saturday long. Great hub!

Do you mind checking out mine?

http://hubpages.com/sports/Syracuse-Football-2010

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