Top 25 Power Rankings of College Football (Week 14)

College Football (Week 14)

 Here we go with another college football season headed toward its end and here we go with another bowl system that is not fair on how it determines it national champion.  It really is a shame that college football doesn't have a playoff to determine its champion.  I think that most reasonable human beings want a playoff and for those who think the system is fine just be quiet I don't want to hear your reason because it really isn't a reason.  And since polls are political and bias toward certain teams here is my top 25 teams of college football going into week 14.  This week the SEC, ACC, Big 12, CUSA and MAC conferences' will hold there conference championship games to determine the champion of there conferences'.  So here is my top 25 power rankings of college football and I put by each team the best wins on there schedule that they have beaten.  For instance in the real BCS they have Oregon ahead of Auburn.  I have Auburn #1 because they have beat better teams than Oregon.

Impact Defensive Players

DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
DT Nick Fairley (Auburn)
CB Cliff Harris (Oregon)
CB Cliff Harris (Oregon)
DE J.J. Watts (Wisconsin)
DE J.J. Watts (Wisconsin)
LB Shayne Skov (Stanford)
LB Shayne Skov (Stanford)
LB Brian Rolle (Ohio State)
LB Brian Rolle (Ohio State)
LB Greg Jones (Michigan State)
LB Greg Jones (Michigan State)
LB Jerry Franklin (Arkansas)
LB Jerry Franklin (Arkansas)
CB Patrick Peterson (LSU)
CB Patrick Peterson (LSU)

Top 25 Power Rankings

1. Auburn (12-0) Best Wins (Miss. State, South Carolina, Arkansas, LSU, Alabama, Clemson, Kentucky)

2. Oregon (11-0) Best Wins (Tennessee, Stanford, USC, Arizona)

3. Wisconsin (11-1) Best Wins (Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan, Northwestern)

4. Stanford (11-1) Best Wins (Notre Dame, USC, Arizona, California)

5. Ohio State (11-1) Best Wins (Miami(Fl), Illinois, Penn State, Iowa, Michigan)

6. Michigan State (11-1) Best Wins (Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Northwestern, Penn State)

7. Arkansas (10-2) Best Wins (Georgia, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Miss. State, LSU)

8. LSU (10-2) Best Wins (North Carolina, West Virginia, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama, Miss. State)

9. TCU (12-0) Best Wins (Baylor, SMU, Air Force, Utah, San Diego State)

10. Nebraska (10-2) Best Wins (Oklahoma State, Missouri)

11. Missouri (10-2) Best Wins (Illinois, San Diego State, Miami (OH), Texas A&M, Oklahoma)

12. Oklahoma (10-2) Best Wins (Florida State, Air Force, Texas Tech, Baylor, Oklahoma State)

13. South Carolina (9-3) Best Wins (Southern Miss, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Clemson)

14. Alabama (9-3) Best Wins (Penn State, Arkansas, Florida, Miss. State, Tennessee)

15. Oklahoma State (10-2) Best Wins (Tulsa, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor)

16. Nevada (11-1) Best Wins (California, Fresno State, Boise State)

17. Boise State (10-1) Best Wins (Virginia Tech, Hawaii, Fresno State)

18. Virginia Tech (10-2) Best Wins (Boston College, NC State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Miami(FL)

19. Florida State (9-3) Best Wins (Miami(FL), Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Florida)

20. Texas A&M (9-3) Best Wins (Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Baylor)

21. Utah (10-2) Best Wins (Pittsburgh, Air Force, San Diego State)

22. Miss. State (8-4) Best Wins (Georgia, Florida, Kentucky)

23. Connecticut (7-4) Best Wins (West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Syracuse)

24. West Virginia (8-3) Best Wins (Maryland, South Florida, Louisville, Pittsburgh)

25. Northern Illinois (10-2) Best Win (Minnesota, Temple, Toledo)

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