Parry’s NCAA College Football Power Guide

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Parry’s NCAA Football
FBS
Top 25
1. Alabama
187.6
2. Stanford
187.3
3. Louisiana St.
185.4
4. Oklahoma
185.3
5. Oregon
183.8
6. Oklahoma St.
181.6
7. Boise St.
180.3
8. Wisconsin
179.4
9. Texas A&M
174.6
10. Arkansas
172.9
11. Arizona St.
172.8
12. Michigan St.
171.9
13. Southern Calif.
170.3
14. Clemson
170.0
15. Washington
169.7
16. South Carolina
169.4
17. Ohio St.
168.8
18. Texas Christian
168.7
19. Florida St.
168.5
20. Missouri
168.3
21. Georgia
168.2
22. Auburn
168.0
23. Michigan
167.7
24. Texas
167.4
25. Notre Dame
167.2
 
FCS
Top 25
1. Northern Iowa
130.8
2. James Madison
130.3
3. North Dakota St.
129.4
4. Eastern Washington
129.2
5. Georgia Southern
128.6
6. Chattanooga
127.9
7. Montana St.
127.6
8. New Hampshire
126.2
9. Maine
125.7
10. Southern Utah
125.5
11. Montana
125.3
12. Wofford
123.8
13. Appalachian St.
123.4
14. Towson
123.4
15. Sacramento St.
123.2
16. Cal. Poly
123.0
17. William & Mary
122.1
18. Delaware
121.8
19. South Dakota
121.7
20. Weber St.
121.5
21. Indiana St.
121.2
22. Portland St.
120.9
23. Massachusetts
120.6
24. Northern Arizona
120.1
25. Sam Houston St.
120.0
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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