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1BIGTigerFan
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re: CFB Program Rankings
Why do those Milkmen act so gay?


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MEd LSU
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re: CFB Program Rankings
would love to see that


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Boomer00
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re: CFB Program Rankings
You mean A&M....ISNT a top program like they all claim????
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BowlJackson
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re: CFB Program Rankings
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15. Auburn- 484
16. Georgia- 472


I imagine it was very difficult for you to post this. I applaud your strength and I want you to know that I'm proud of you, son


BHMKyle
Georgia Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Feb 2013
2846 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
Without changing the formula at all... but adding up the points just from 1998-2018 (BCS/Playoff Era), here is what you get:

**Interestingly, the Top 3 are still the same:

1. Alabama- 546
2. Ohio St.- 436
3. Oklahoma- 347
4. LSU- 340
5. USC- 323
6. Florida- 311
7. Florida St.- 305
8. Clemson- 268
9. Texas- 265
10. Georgia- 227
11. Oregon- 209
12. Auburn- 200
13. Miami- 194
14. Wisconsin- 181
15. Michigan- 178
16. Virginia Tech- 166
17. TCU- 160
18. Boise St.- 149
19. Tennessee- 144
20. Penn St.- 135
21. Stanford- 127
22. Notre Dame- 124
23. Michigan St.- 121
24. Kansas St.- 108
25. Iowa- 93
26. Oklahoma St.- 88
26. Nebraska- 88
28. S. Carolina- 79
29. Missouri- 74

30. Washington- 73

FYI- Arkansas and Texas A&M tie for #33, with Ole Miss coming in at #34
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Vols&Shaft83
Tennessee Fan
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64123 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
Lol, so we took the last 20 years off and cracked tBIG6


SummerOfGeorge
USA Fan
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43045 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
Nice, great stuff


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BHMKyle
Georgia Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Feb 2013
2846 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
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I imagine it was very difficult for you to post this. I applaud your strength and I want you to know that I'm proud of you, son


Ha. The gap shrunk from 31 points this time last season to 12. One more season like this year and UGA will pass you guys.


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BHMKyle
Georgia Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Feb 2013
2846 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
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Lol, so we took the last 20 years off and cracked tBIG6


This Big 6 is the Big 6 for a reason.... It's very difficult to fall out (as Tennessee has proven) and its even more difficult to join the group. That's the entire point.


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tigerburningbright75
LSU Fan
Lafayette, Louisiana
Member since May 2011
559 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
Nice work but 75 points for finishing #1 is way too many especially considering that up until 1998 the national title was subjective.


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ibldprplgld
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Member since Feb 2008
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re: CFB Program Rankings
That's about how I'd rank them. Let's be honest, history and wins and natties from 25+ years ago are great, but they're largely irrelevant to today's CFB fans and players. It's pretty much a, "what have you done for me lately."

High School recruits don't know Tennessee, Miami, Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Michigan like older fans do.

Every once in a while these guys are competitive, but their history is just that: history.


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r2d2
Member since Dec 2006
2816 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
Are you sure #1 gets 75 and #2 24? I’ve seen this before but 1 gets 25 points.

I think this method is by far the best to determine historical rankings.... but if #1 gets 25 not 75.
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kbrake37
South Carolina Fan
Washington DC
Member since Mar 2016
2842 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
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You should make this since the BCS era. 

In that era of football I wouldn't say Nebraska is the #7 program. 





Or even just true modern times since integration , say 1975 to present


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r2d2
Member since Dec 2006
2816 posts

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Nice work but 75 points for finishing #1 is way too many especially considering that up until 1998 the national title was subjective.


There is a ranking that just gives 25. It isn’t that different in positions but the totals and relative differences do vary and are more accurate. Giving #1 25 and #2 24 pretty much eliminates the controversies.

I’ll search it and post it one day. It’s the off-season


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BigOrangeLoyalist
Tennessee Fan
Warner Robins, GA
Member since Aug 2016
597 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
If you asked me to name the top 30 schools from all-time, I probably would have said 29 off the list... lone exception being Minnesota.

Looks about right. Big 6 for a reason, folks.


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BornAndRaised_LA
LSU Fan
D.C.
Member since Oct 2018
535 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
It’s as defendable a way to rank programs as any out there. I like it.


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BornAndRaised_LA
LSU Fan
D.C.
Member since Oct 2018
535 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
LSU should be 9th after 2019


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Mizz-SEC
Missouri Fan
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Member since Jun 2013
13401 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings

I know it would be a lot of extra work, but how about applying the formula to Head Coaches?

Saban would lap the field by multiples considering he's responsible for much of LSUs ranking too.


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BornAndRaised_LA
LSU Fan
D.C.
Member since Oct 2018
535 posts

re: CFB Program Rankings
It would be interesting to see what it would look like if it used a 25-1 model for awarding points each year (#1 = 25, #25 = 1), then multiplied that by a year factor that decreased each year back for 50 years or so.

So Clemson’s 2018 title would be:
50*(25) = 1250
Bama’s 2017 title would be:
49 (25) = 1225
LSU’s 2003 title would be:
35*(25) = 875
BYU’s 1984 title would garner only 400 points, or about what a top-20 finish this year would be like in terms of national relevance.

Would be a bit more sensitive to time.
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TheIndulger
LSU Fan
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Does lsu’s 2003 finish count as 24 or 75 points? We won the BCS natty but USC was #1 in the AP poll. An extra 51 points puts LSU at #8


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