Parry’s NCAA Football Top FBS-FCS and Regional Rankings

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Parry’s NCAA Football Top FBS-FCS and Regional Rankings. See who is on top in the FBS, FCS and then by Region before placing your wager.

Parry’s College Football FBS-FCS Rankings and Regional Top 10s

Week beginning September 20, 2016
FBS Top 50
1. Alabama 190.9
2. Ohio St. 186.8
3. Stanford 180.8
4. Oklahoma 180.5
5. Louisville 177.6
6. Washington 177.5
7. Clemson 177.2
8. Arkansas 176.5
9. Tennessee 175.7
10. Michigan 175.3
11. Florida St. 175.2
12. Louisiana St. 174.9
13. Houston 172.7
14. Texas Christian 172.6
15. Southern Calif. 172.6
16. Mississippi 172.4
17. Washington St. 171.2
18. Miami Fla. 170.9
19. Texas A&M 170.6
20. Michigan St. 170.5
21. Oregon 170.5
22. North Carolina 169.5
23. Auburn 168.6
24. Wisconsin 168.5
25. Baylor 168.5
26. UCLA 168.5
27. West Virginia 168.3
28. Oklahoma St. 168.2
29. Mississippi St. 168.1
30. Nebraska 167.8
31. Utah 167.8
32. Boise St. 167.8
33. Virginia Tech 167.2
34. Texas 166.9
35. South Florida 166.3
36. Kansas St. 166.3
37. Notre Dame 165.9
38. Arizona St. 165.3
39. Georgia 165.2
40. Western Michigan 164.5
41. California 164.3
42. Iowa 164.0
43. Texas Tech 163.8
44. Toledo 162.5
45. Colorado 162.4
46. Pittsburgh 162.1
47. Brigham Young 161.9
48. Western Kentucky 161.3
49. Missouri 161.0
50. Minnesota 160.9
Regional Top 10
East
1. Ohio St. 186.8
2. Michigan 175.3
3. Michigan St. 170.5
4. West Virginia 168.3
5. Western Michigan 164.5
6. Toledo 162.5
7. Pittsburgh 162.1
8. Penn St. 159.8
9. Central Michigan 155.2
10. Temple 153.3
Midwest
1. Oklahoma 180.5
2. Houston 172.7
3. Texas Christian 172.6
4. Texas A&M 170.6
5. Baylor 168.5
6. Wisconsin 168.5
7. Oklahoma St. 168.2
8. Nebraska 167.8
9. Texas 166.9
10. Kansas St. 166.3
South
1. Alabama 190.9
2. Louisville 177.6
3. Clemson 177.2
4. Arkansas 176.5
5. Tennessee 175.7
6. Florida St. 175.2
7. Louisiana St. 174.9
8. Mississippi 172.4
9. Miami Fla. 170.9
10. North Carolina 169.5
West
1. Stanford 180.8
2. Washington 177.5
3. Southern Calif. 172.6
4. Washington St. 171.2
5. Oregon 170.5
6. UCLA 168.5
7. Utah 167.8
8. Boise St. 167.8
9. Arizona St. 165.3
10. California 164.3
Copyright 2016 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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