Parry’s College Football Top 25 FBS and FCS

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Parry’s Top 25
to College Football
FBS
1. Alabama
191.3
2. Louisiana St.
186.7
3. Southern Calif.
184.7
4. Oregon
182.3
5. Oklahoma St.
181.1
6. Stanford
179.3
7. Oklahoma
178.2
8. Baylor
176.3
9. Michigan St.
175.4
10. Arkansas
175.1
11. Wisconsin
174.6
12. Notre Dame
173.3
13. Georgia
173.1
14. Florida St.
172.9
15. Texas
171.3
16. Michigan
170.9
17. Texas A&M
170.3
18. Nebraska
170.1
19. Boise St.
169.7
20. Ohio St.
169.5
21. South Carolina
169.1
22. Kansas St.
168.2
23. West Virginia
168.2
24. Florida
167.7
25. Texas Christian
167.6
FCS
1. North Dakota St.
136.7
2. Georgia Southern
136.0
3. Montana
135.3
4. Northern Iowa
134.1
5. Eastern Washington
132.5
6. Sam Houston St.
131.3
7. New Hampshire
131.0
8. Maine
130.7
9. Montana St.
129.4
10. James Madison
128.3
11. Chattanooga
127.8
12. Furman
127.2
13. Towson
127.0
14. Old Dominion
126.3
15. South Dakota
126.2
16. Wofford
125.4
17. Samford
125.3
18. Youngstown St.
125.2
19. Delaware
125.0
20. South Dakota St.
124.6
21. Weber St.
123.0
22. North Dakota
122.8
23. Southern Utah
122.4
24. UC Davis
122.3
25. Northern Arizona
122.1
Copyright 2012 by Noland Parry
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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