College Football Rankings
August 6, 2010 by staff
College Football Rankings, schools in NCAA college football’s most powerful can not always coincide with the top 10 in the AP poll or the BCS Championship rankings but better barometer.
Ranking of the most powerful teams in NCAA college football is not something arbitrary. Schools are ranked by the strength of schedule, rankings survey, the House of Las Vegas to win the BCS, the field of return over the records with the classification of the conference. Although the classification is not arbitrary, are subjective. The following are the ten best programs in NCAA college football before the season begins.
Alabama Crimson Tide win the number one power ranking College Football
The Alabama Crimson Tide are national champions and who are returning Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram. The quarterback is a quarterback Greg McElroy to repair but it is breaking all records in passing. The receiver also returns in July Jones and important asset for the Alabama program.
Ohio State Buckeyes number two in the College Football Rankings energy
Terrelle Pryor should play the whole season and played in the Rose Bowl. If Pryor can play at that level and with few errors, the Ohio State Buckeyes will not only make an unbeaten run through a calendar on average, will be in the BCS National Championship Game.
Rank Number Three TCU Horn Frogs Power in Numbers College Football
TCU Horn Frogs lost some key defensive players for the NFL Draft, but they are replenished and ready to dominate the Mountain West Conference, once again in 2010. TCU schedule will be difficult, but it will not be difficult for TCU to win 10 games.
Nebraska Cornhuskers ranked number four in the NCAA energy
The Nebraska Cornhuskers showed a lot of promises in the Big 12 in the 2009 season and this year on their way out of the conference schedule will be that much harder. Nebraska has the bull’s eye on his back against Big 12 teams. Nebraska will be at their best for their bowl game, which could be a BCS bowl game.
Boise State Broncos ranked fifth in the NCAA power rankings
Boise State has won recognition as a premiere school in a dark conference. Next year, Boise State leaps over the Mountain West Conference, which will test his mettle. This could be the year with Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore again and a high-powered offense.
Wisconsin Badgers NCAA energy Number Six Ranking
The Wisconsin Badgers play in a top heavy Big Ten Conference and will host some key games at Camp Randall Stadium this year. If Wisconsin beats Ohio State Buckeyes, who could become the leading candidate to play in the BCS Championship Game.
Number Seven Florida Gators NCAA power rankings
The Florida Gators are deeper than most of the SEC and they lose Tim Tebow, do not look for them to leave too much in their production. That said, the Florida Gators could be a team that could suffer two key losses in the regular season SEC.
LSU Tigers NCAA energy Number Eight Ranking
LSU Tigers must do better in the 2010 SEC regular season. The Tigers on the left has suffered several on the table in the 2009 season NCAA college football. If LSU matured over the season they could win all but one or two games in the 2010 SEC regular season.
Iowa Hawkeyes NCAA Ranking Number Nine Powers
Ricky Stanzi back as Iowa quarterback and if he can stay healthy, the Iowa Hawkeyes will be dangerous in the Big 10. Iowa started the season 7-0 to Stanzi down with an injury. Iowa should be 4-0 heading into the Penn State game in late September. The Penn State game is a key game for Iowa this season. Whoever wins this match will be in the ranking of the 10 power.
Virginia Tech Hokies NCAA energy Number Ten Ranking
Virginia Tech started the season as number ten on the ranking of power but who will play first weekend Boise State. Weekend After Labor Day, either Virginia Tech is regrouping for the rest of the season or flying high as one of the five highest ranked team power.
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