Parry’s NCAAF Rankings Power Guide

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Parry’s Power Guide to College Football

FBS
1. Alabama 202.7
2. Ohio State 195.3
3. Clemson 190.6
4. Texas A&M 187.2
5. Georgia 187.2
6. Oklahoma 184.1
7. LSU 183.2
8. Iowa State 182.8
9. Notre Dame 181.8
10. Iowa 181.3
11. Indiana 180.1
12. Wisconsin 179.5
13. Florida 179.4
14. Texas 179.3
15. Auburn 177.9
16. Cincinnati 177.3
17. USC 177.0
18. Oregon 175.2
19. Utah 174.2
20. Oklahoma State 174.0
21. North Carolina 173.6
22. Penn State 172.4
23. Minnesota 171.8
24. Missouri 171.8
25. Northwestern 171.7
26. Michigan 171.4
27. Mississippi 170.6
28. West Virginia 170.4
29. Washington 170.1
30. Arkansas 169.7
31. UCLA 169.7
32. Kentucky 169.2
33. Stanford 169.1
34. TCU 168.4
35. BYU 168.1
36. UCF 168.0
37. Louisville 167.8
38. Arizona State 167.5
39. Tennessee 167.4
40. Nebraska 166.2
41. Miami Florida 166.1
42. Tulsa 165.8
43. Pittsburgh 165.3
44. Washington State 165.3
45. Virginia 165.2
46. Wake Forest 164.9
47. Virginia Tech 164.9
48. Tulane 164.8
49. Oregon State 164.8
50. Boston College 163.9
51. California 163.6
52. Boise State 163.2
53. Colorado 162.8
54. Kansas State 162.7
55. Air Force 162.5
56. Baylor 161.8
57. Coastal Carolina 161.7
58. Michigan State 161.1
59. Mississippi State 161.1
60. Houston 161.1
61. Purdue 161.1
62. Texas Tech 160.7
63. Louisiana 160.6
64. Rutgers 160.5
65. South Carolina 160.3
66. NC State 159.9
67. Illinois 159.3
68. Memphis 159.1
69. Georgia Tech 158.1
70. SMU 157.5
71. Maryland 156.3
72. Buffalo 155.7
73. San Diego State 155.0
74. Appalachian State 154.9
75. Florida State 153.9
76. Marshall 153.8
77. Vanderbilt 153.8
78. San Jose State 153.5
79. Liberty 153.4
80. East Carolina 153.2
81. Syracuse 153.0
82. Navy 151.4
83. Nevada 150.8
84. Ball State 150.6
85. Colorado State 149.9
86. Arizona 149.7
87. Kent State 149.6
88. Duke 149.3
89. Hawai’i 149.2
90. Georgia Southern 147.8
91. Miami Ohio 147.8
92. Western Kentucky 147.6
93. Army 147.6
94. Georgia State 147.3
95. UAB 146.5
96. Wyoming 146.3
97. Temple 146.0
98. Western Michigan 145.8
99. Ohio 145.0
100. Florida Atlantic 144.7
101. Fresno State 144.7
102. South Florida 144.7
103. Troy 144.4
104. Toledo 144.0
105. UTSA 143.8
106. Rice 143.6
107. Kansas 143.0
108. Central Michigan 142.4
109. Middle Tennessee 142.4
110. Eastern Michigan 142.2
111. New Mexico 141.8
112. Arkansas State 141.2
113. Charlotte 141.2
114. So. Mississippi 141.1
115. Utah State 140.8
116. Louisiana Tech 140.7
117. Northern Illinois 139.5
118. Texas State 139.4
119. UNLV 136.9
120. South Alabama 136.7
121. North Texas 132.7
122. Florida Int’l 131.0
123. Louisiana-Monroe 127.0
124. Connecticut 126.8
125. UTEP 126.0
126. Akron 116.6
127. Massachusetts 116.4
128. Bowling Green 114.9
Copyright 2020 by Noland Parry
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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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