Parry’s NCAA Football Power Guide 8.19.14

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Parry’s Power Guide to College Football
Week beginning August 19, 2014
FBS Pre-Season Ranking 2014
1. Florida St. 192.2
2. Oklahoma 185.7
3. South Carolina 183.9
4. Auburn 183.7
5. Oregon 183.7
6. Stanford 182.3
7. UCLA 180.8
8. Michigan St. 179.5
9. Alabama 178.3
10. Washington 176.2
11. Louisiana St. 175.1
12. Baylor 174.7
13. Clemson 174.1
14. Missouri 174.1
15. Southern Calif. 173.4
16. Oklahoma St. 173.3
17. Texas A&M 172.8
18. Mississippi St. 172.3
19. Wisconsin 170.2
20. Ohio St. 170.1
21. Arizona St. 170.0
22. Oregon St. 169.4
23. Kansas St. 169.0
24. Michigan 169.0
25. North Carolina 168.1
26. Iowa 167.7
27. Central Florida 167.6
28. Texas 167.5
29. Mississippi 167.4
30. Duke 166.8
31. Arizona 166.0
32. Georgia 166.0
33. Brigham Young 165.9
34. Louisville 165.5
35. Notre Dame 165.0
36. Texas Tech 165.0
37. Utah 162.7
38. Syracuse 162.1
39. Georgia Tech 161.9
40. Washington St. 161.7
41. Penn St. 161.5
42. Northwestern 161.3
43. Minnesota 160.8
44. Texas Christian 160.0
45. Houston 159.4
46. Florida 159.0
47. Indiana 159.0
48. Vanderbilt 158.9
49. Boise St. 158.5
50. Iowa St. 157.7
51. Nebraska 157.7
52. Pittsburgh 157.7
53. Bowling Green 157.3
54. Northern Illinois 156.6
55. Virginia Tech 156.6
56. Miami Fla. 156.5
57. Utah St. 156.3
58. Cincinnati 156.2
59. Colorado St. 156.2
60. Fresno St. 155.7
61. Navy 154.2
62. Tennessee 154.0
63. Marshall 153.9
64. Texas-San Antonio 153.6
65. West Virginia 153.4
66. Maryland 152.6
67. Illinois 152.3
68. Arkansas 151.7
69. Nevada 151.6
70. Colorado 151.4
71. Toledo 151.3
72. North Texas 150.8
73. Boston College 150.6
74. Southern Methodist 150.3
75. Nev. Las Vegas 150.2
76. Rice 150.1
77. Wake Forest 150.0
78. San Diego St. 149.4
79. East Carolina 149.3
80. Buffalo 148.8
81. North Carolina St. 146.9
82. Virginia 146.7
83. Kansas 146.5
84. Rutgers 146.2
85. San Jose St. 146.2
86. California 145.1
87. Arkansas St. 144.7
88. Ball St. 144.5
89. Kentucky 144.5
90. South Alabama 144.5
91. Connecticut 144.4
92. Louisiana 144.3
93. Memphis 143.5
94. Purdue 143.3
95. Central Michigan 142.4
96. Eastern Illinois 141.9
97. Akron 141.6
98. Florida Atlantic 140.6
99. Kent St. 139.2
100. South Florida 139.1
101. Temple 138.3
102. Tulane 138.2
103. Wyoming 137.7
104. La.-Monroe 137.2
105. Tulsa 137.2
106. Troy 137.0
107. Middle Tennessee 136.7
108. Hawaii 136.5
109. Western Kentucky 135.9
110. Ohio U. 131.5
111. Army 131.0
112. SE Louisiana 130.7
113. New Mexico 130.3
114. Western Michigan 129.9
115. Texas St. 128.5
116. Air Force 128.0
117. Louisiana Tech 128.0
118. Texas-El Paso 125.7
119. Old Dominion 125.2
120. Idaho 124.9
121. Appalachian St. 123.8
122. Ala. Birmingham 123.6
123. New Mexico St. 122.8
124. Florida Int’l 122.6
125. Miami O. 121.8
126. Southern Miss. 121.6
127. Georgia Southern 121.2
128. Eastern Michigan 120.3
129. Georgia St. 118.2
130. Massachusetts 118.0
How to use the ratings: 1. Add .5 points to the home teams rating. 2. Pair the two teams that play each other. 3. The difference between the two ratings indicates the predicted margin of victory.
Copyright 2014 by Noland Parry

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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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