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My Final Regular Season College Football Top 25 Power Rankings 2011

Updated on March 10, 2012

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Alabama Crimson Tide
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Oklahoma State Cowboys
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Clemson Tigers
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Oregon Ducks
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Wisconsin Badgers
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Arkansas Razorbacks
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Stanford Cardinal
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South Carolina Gamecocks
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Kansas State Wildcats
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2011 Top 25 Final Regular Season Rankings

Another college football season has pass us and just like the past there is controversy. But it was still a great year with the SEC going for its sixth straight bcs title and this year a SEC team is guaranteed to win as for the first time in history two teams from the same conference will play for the bcs title. Alabama will face LSU in New Orleans on January 9th, the two teams met earlier in the regular season on November 5th in Tuscaloosa where LSU pulled out a hard fought 9-6 win in overtime. Alabama was chosen over Oklahoma State which also has only one loss which came in double ovetime against Iowa State on November 18th at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, IA. Both teams have far arguments but instead of people making there on opinions about which team is better than the other I would rather them play it out on the field. And yes i think Alabama is a better team than Oklahoma State but I want to see it for myself, I don't want you to just assume if you get what I am saying. Oklahoma State is not the only team that has a argument there are a couple of other teams that had two losses that are good ball clubs as well. For instance like Oregon who won the Pac 12 albeit it was against UCLA and not USC who beat Oregon two weeks ago but could not go to the Pac 12 title due to probation sanctions. Another two loss team is Wisconsin who won the Big Ten title by beating Michigan State in a rematch from a earlier season game where Wisconsin loss on a hail mary pass in East Lansing. But the Badgers fought there way back and got to the Big Ten title game with two losses and they made up for that loss against Michigan State by beating them last Saturday. Then you have Stanford who only loss of the season came against Oregon. You also have Clemson who won the ACC title against Virginia Tech beating the Hokies for a second time in the same season. Its just a shame that college football is so unfair on how they pick there bowl games and how they pick there national champion. With that being said here are my final top 25 teams of the 2011 college football regular season.

  1. LSU (13-0)
  2. Alabama (11-1)
  3. Oklahoma State (11-1)
  4. USC (10-2)
  5. Oregon (11-2)
  6. Stanford (11-1)
  7. Arkansas (10-2)
  8. South Carolina (10-2)
  9. Kansas State (10-2)
  10. Wisconsin (10-2)
  11. Clemson (10-3)
  12. Boise State (11-1)
  13. Baylor (9-3)
  14. TCU (10-2)
  15. Southern Miss (11-2)
  16. Michigan State (10-3)
  17. Virginia Tech (11-2)
  18. Michigan (10-2)
  19. Nebraska (9-3)
  20. Georgia (10-3)
  21. Houston (12-1)
  22. Oklahoma (9-3)
  23. Penn State (9-3)
  24. West Virginia (9-3)
  25. Missouri (7-5)


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