First Ever! College Football Rankings Revealed

As avid college football fans know the NCAA has taken the billion dollar product in a whole new direction by implementing a final four playoff format to determine the national champion. How these four teams are determined is by a committee of 13 people who have some type of football acumen. That is very debatable with Condoleezza Rice being one of the selection committee’s member. Here are their first rankings released yesterday. So if the NCAA football season began today this is how the rankings would look. As you all see it looks to be an all SEC affair with the exception of the Seminoles of Florida State.

Oct 28, 2014 College Football  Rankings:

1 Mississippi State 7-0
2 Florida State 7-0
3 Auburn 6-1
4 Ole Miss 7-1
5 Oregon 7-1
6 Alabama 7-1
7 TCU 6-1
8 Michigan State 7-1
9 Kansas State 6-1
10 Notre Dame 6-1
11 Georgia 6-1
12 Arizona 6-1
13 Baylor 6-1
14 Arizona State 6-1
15 Nebraska 7-1
16 Ohio State 6-1
17 Utah 6-1
18 Oklahoma 5-2
19 LSU 7-2
20 West Virginia 6-2
21 Clemson 6-2
22 UCLA 6-2
23 East Carolina 6-1
24 Duke 6-1
25 Louisville 6-2

 

Committee Members:

 

Jeff Long- Arkansas AD

Barry Alvarez- Wisconsin AD

Michael C. Gould- Former Air Force Academy superintendent

Pat Haden- USC Trojan AD

Tom Jernstedt- Former NCAA executive VP

Oliver Luck- West Virginia AD

Archie Manning- carrier of the greatest football genes in the world

Tom Osborne- Former Nebraska coach and AD

Dan Radakovich- Clemson AD

Condoleezza Rice- former US Secretary of State

Mike Tranghese- Former Big East commissioner

Steve Wieberg- Former USA Today reporter

Tyrone Willingham- former Stanford/Notre Dame coach

-BoSo

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