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Ridley’s Final Rankings

0109-us-sports-bcsnatlchamp_full_600Well, folks, it’s been a fun ride. The college football season is now over, with the evil emperor, Nick Saban, reigning supreme once again. I’m not going to recap the bowls, or really even why the teams are the way they are. You undoubtedly spent endless hours over the last three weeks soaking up as much bowl programming as you could, you’re probably more qualified than me at this point to draw conclusions.

Nonetheless, it’s my civic duty to provide you with my final mathematically calculated rankings. Enjoy!

*Note: My rankings don’t take margin of victory/defeat into calculation, so for those of you wanting large drops by Florida/Notre Dame, sorry.

  1. Alabama (75.63)
  2. Oregon (71.92)
  3. Notre Dame (71.67)
  4. Florida (71.51)
  5. Ohio State (71.05)
  6. Stanford (70.79)
  7. Texas A&M (70.33)
  8. Kansas State (68.91)
  9. South Carolina (68.48)
  10. Georgia (66.63)
  11. LSU (64.63)
  12. Clemson (64.34)
  13. Oklahoma (63.33)
  14. Florida State (62.90)
  15. Nebraska (61.47)
  16. San Jose State (59.81)
  17. Louisville (59.23)
  18. Texas (59.19)
  19. Utah State (59.18)
  20. Boise State (58.32)
  21. Oregon State (58.31)
  22. Northern Illinois (58.19)
  23. Northwestern (57.00)
  24. Arkansas State (56.81)
  25. Kent State (56.78)

Just Missed: Vanderbilt, Michigan, Cincinnati, Tulsa, Penn State

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