Parry’s College Football Power Guide

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Parry’s Power Guide
to College Football 2010
by Noland Parry
FBS Top 25
1. Alabama
181.5
2. Ohio St.
181.5
3. Oregon
181.5
4. Boise St.
179.6
5. Nebraska
179.3
6. Oklahoma
178.3
7. Florida
176.6
8. Texas Christian
176.6
9. Texas
175.9
10. Oregon St.
174.2
11. Arkansas
173.8
12. Virginia Tech
173.8
13. Stanford
173.7
14. Iowa
173.6
15. Texas Tech
172.9
16. Connecticut
171.3
17. Wisconsin
170.3
18. Penn St.
169.8
19. Arizona
169.6
20. Southern Calif.
169.5
21. Brigham Young
169.1
22. North Carolina
167.6
23. Washington
166.6
24. Louisiana St.
166.5
25. Utah
166.5
 
FCS Top 25
1. Villanova
139.3
2. Montana
138.0
3. William & Mary
138.0
4. Appalachian St.
132.8
5. Southern Illinois
129.1
6. Elon
129.0
7. Richmond
128.7
8. South Dakota St.
128.5
9. James Madison
128.2
10. Weber St.
128.2
11. Eastern Washington
126.5
12. Delaware
125.9
13. Northern Arizona
123.9
14. Northern Iowa
123.8
15. New Hampshire
122.4
16. Maine
122.0
17. Montana St.
121.4
18. Massachusetts
118.7
19. Illinois St.
118.5
20. Furman
118.2
21. UC Davis
118.1
22. Sacramento St.
117.8
23. Youngstown St.
116.4
24. Penn
116.1
25. Southern Utah
115.8
 
FBS Regional Rankings
East
1. Ohio St.
181.5
2. Connecticut
171.3
3. Penn St.
169.8
4. Cincinnati
165.7
5. West Virginia
164.9
6. Pittsburgh
163.7
7. Boston College
160.8
8. Rutgers
159.4
9. Michigan St.
158.0
10. Michigan
156.0
11. Central Michigan
155.2
12. Navy
154.7
13. Temple
152.3
14. Maryland
151.5
15. Syracuse
148.4
16. Marshall
147.6
17. Ohio U.
143.8
18. Miami O.
141.3
19. Bowling Green
140.2
20. Kent St.
138.7
21. Buffalo
138.4
22. Toledo
136.8
23. Western Michigan
134.4
24. Akron
133.9
25. Army
133.3
26. Eastern Michigan
120.9
Midwest
1. Nebraska
179.3
2. Oklahoma
178.3
3. Texas Christian
176.6
4. Texas
175.9
5. Iowa
173.6
6. Texas Tech
172.9
7. Wisconsin
170.3
8. Missouri
162.0
9. Texas A&M
161.3
10. Oklahoma St.
160.0
11. Notre Dame
159.7
12. Northwestern
157.8
13. Purdue
157.4
14. Kansas
157.2
15. Baylor
156.9
16. Minnesota
154.2
17. Houston
154.1
18. Iowa St.
153.6
19. Indiana
153.1
20. Kansas St.
151.4
21. Tulsa
150.4
22. Illinois
148.3
23. Southern Methodist
147.8
24. Northern Illinois
144.3
25. Ball St.
143.4
26. Texas-El Paso
140.3
27. Rice
132.6
28. North Texas
130.7
South
1. Alabama
181.5
2. Florida
176.6
3. Virginia Tech
173.8
4. Arkansas
173.8
5. North Carolina
167.6
6. Louisiana St.
166.5
7. Georgia Tech
166.2
8. Georgia
165.9
9. Florida St.
165.9
10. Clemson
164.5
11. South Carolina
164.4
12. Auburn
164.0
13. Miami Fla.
163.6
14. Tennessee
163.2
15. Mississippi
160.6
16. South Florida
159.7
17. Mississippi St.
158.8
18. Kentucky
158.6
19. East Carolina
156.5
20. Wake Forest
155.3
21. Middle Tennessee
155.1
22. North Carolina St.
153.9
23. Central Florida
153.4
24. Troy
151.3
25. Virginia
151.1
26. Louisiana Tech
151.0
27. Duke
149.2
28. Vanderbilt
149.2
29. Louisville
148.6
30. Ala. Birmingham
148.5
31. Southern Miss.
147.8
32. La.-Lafayette
134.5
33. Memphis
133.7
34. Florida Atlantic
133.5
35. Arkansas St.
132.9
36. La.-Monroe
132.8
37. Western Kentucky
128.8
38. Tulane
128.0
39. Florida International
128.0
West
1. Oregon
181.5
2. Boise St.
179.6
3. Oregon St.
174.2
4. Stanford
173.7
5. Arizona
169.6
6. Southern Calif.
169.5
7. Brigham Young
169.1
8. Washington
166.6
9. Utah
166.5
10. California
166.2
11. UCLA
161.3
12. Nevada
161.2
13. Colorado
158.9
14. Air Force
158.6
15. Arizona St.
155.0
16. Fresno St.
151.4
17. Wyoming
148.8
18. Utah St.
142.3
19. Idaho
142.1
20. Nev. Las Vegas
141.0
21. Hawaii
138.1
22. San Diego St.
137.9
23. Washington St.
137.3
24. Colorado St.
137.0
25. New Mexico
135.4
26. San Jose St.
134.2
27. New Mexico St.
127.0
About the Author

Noland Parry

Parry’s Power Guide was created in 1979 by Utah native Noland Parry. It was first published in 1980 and is available for all sports, including pro and college football, pro and college basketball, soccer, hockey and Major League Baseball.

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