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College football strength of schedule rankings for 2022 season

130. UMass: 58-89, (39.5%)

130. Louisiana: 58-89, (39.5%)

129. UCLA: 63-85, (42.6%)

128. Liberty: 64-86, (42.7%)

126. New Mexico State: 64-85, (43.0%)

126. Fresno State: 64-85, (43.0%)

125. Houston: 64-84, (43.2%)

124. UTEP: 66-83, (44.3%)

122. South Alabama: 66-81, (44.9%)

122. UCF: 66-81, (44.9%)

120. FIU: 68-82, (45.3%)

120. Washington State: 68-82, (45.3%)

119. WKU: 74-88, (45.7%)

118. Northern Illinois: 69-82, (45.7%)

117. North Texas: 68-80, (45.9%)

116. San Diego State: 69-81, (46.0%)

114. Duke: 69-80, (46.3%)

114. Cal: 69-80, (46.3%)

113. Minnesota: 70-80, (46.7%)

112. Michigan: 71-81, (46.7%)

108. Memphis: 70-79, (47.0%)

108. (Miami FL): 70-79, (47.0%)

108. Pitt: 70-79, (47.0%)

108. Purdue 70-79, (47.0%)

107. Utah: 71-80, (47.0%)

106. Kent State: 71-79, (47.3%)

104. Ohio: 72-80, (47.4%)

104. Central Michigan: 72-80, (47.4%)

103. Cincinnati: 71-78, (47.7%)

101. Arizona State: 72-78, (48.0%)

101. Temple: 72-78, (48.0%)

100. Virginia Tech: 72-77, (48.3%)

98. Charlotte: 73-78, (48.3%)

98. Miami OH: 73-78, (48.3%)

97. Ball State: St 74-79, (48.4%)

96. Southern Miss: 72-76, (48.6%)

95. Utah State: 73-77, (48.7%)

94. Georgia: 75-79, (48.7%)

93. Notre Dame: 73-76, (49.0%)

92. UTSA: 74-77, (49.0%)

91. Buffalo: 75-78, (49.0%)

90. SMU: 74-76, (49.3%)

89. Texas State: 75-77, (49.3%)

87. Arkansas State: 74-75, (49.7%)

87. NC State: 74-75, (49.7%)

85. UAB: 75-75, (50.0%)

85. Virginia 75-75, (50.0%)

81. Coastal Carolina 76-75, (50.3%)

81. Bowling Green: 76-75, (50.3%)

81. Air Force: 76-75, (50.3%)

81. Washington: 76-75, (50.3%)

80. James Madison: 70-69, (50.4%)

79. Wake Forest: 75-73, (50.7%)

78. Florida Atlantic: 78-75, (51.0%)

77. Missouri: 79-74, (51.6%)

75. Middle Tennessee: 78-73, (51.7%)

75. USC: 78-73, (51.7%)

74. Boston College: 78-72, (52.0%)

73. Oklahoma: 81-74, (52.3%)

71. Toledo: 80-73, (52.3%)

71. San Jose State: 80-73, (52.3%)

70. Louisiana Tech: 79-72, (52.3%)

69. Eastern Michigan: 81-73, (52.6%)

66. Baylor: 80-72, (52.6%)

67. East Carolina: 79-71, (52.7%)

66. App State: 78-70, (52.7%)

64. Akron: 81-72, (52.9%)

64. Michigan State: 81-72, (52.9%)

60. Nevada: 81-71, (53.3%)

60. Ole Miss: 81-71, (53.3%)

60. Rutgers: 81-71, (53.3%)

60. Colorado: 81-71, (53.3%)

59. Wyoming: 80-70, (53.3%)

58. Clemson: 79-69, (53.4%)

56. Western Michigan: 82-71, (53.6%)

56. Kansas State: 82-71, (53.6%)

53. Tulsa: 81-70, (53.6%)

53. Alabama: 81-70, (53.6%)

53. Wisconsin: 81-70, (53.6%)

52. Georgia State: 83-71, (53.9%)

51. Oklahoma State: 82-70, (53.9%)

50. Kentucky: 84-71, (54.2%)

49. Oregon: 83-70, (54.2%)

47. Connecticut: 82-69, (54.3%)

47. Army: 82-69, (54.3%)

45. Hawaii: 90-75, (54.5%)

45. Oregon State: 84-70, (54.5%)

42. New Mexico: 83-69, (54.6%)

42. TCU: 83-69, (54.6%)

42. Nebraska: 83-69, (54.6%)

41. Tulane: 82-68, (54.7%)

40. Troy: 83-68, (55.0%)

39. Ohio State: 86-69, (55.5%)

37. Old Dominion: 85-68, (55.6%)

37. Iowa State: 85-68, (55.6%)

36. ULM: 84-67, (55.6%)

35. Florida: 87-68, (56.1%)

33. USF: 85-66, (56.3%)

33. Syracuse: 85-66, (56.3%)

32. Penn State: 87-67, (56.5%)

31. Maryland: 86-66, (56.6%)

30. LSU: 87-66, (56.9%)

29. Northwestern: 88-66, (57.1%)

28. Illinois: 87-65, (57.2%)

27. UNLV: 88-65, (57.5%)

26. Rice: 89-65, (57.8%)

25. West Virginia: 90-64, (58.4%)

24. Tennessee: 93-66, (58.5%)

23. Stanford: 89-63, (58.6%)

22. Iowa: 92-64, (59.0%)

21. Kansas: 91-63, (59.1%)

20. Florida State: 89-61, (59.3%)

19. Georgia Southern: 92-63, (59.4%)

18. Georgia Tech: 91-62, (59.5%)

16. Arizona: 93-63, (59.6%)

16. Texas A&M: 93-63, (59.6%)

14. Colorado State: 92-62, (59.7%)

14. South Carolina: 92-62, (59.7%)

13. BYU: 93-60, (60.8%)

12. Marshall: 93-59, (61.2%)

11. North Carolina: 94-59, (61.4%)

10. Indiana: 96-59, (61.9%)

9. Texas Tech: 95-58, (62.1%)

8. Texas: 99-59, (62.7%)

7. Louisville: 96-57, (62.7%)

5. Boise State: 98-58, (62.8%)

5. Mississippi State: 98-58, (62.8%)

4. Auburn: 101-55, (64.7%)

3. Arkansas: 102-55, (65.0%)

2. Vanderbilt: 105-55, (65.6%)

1. Navy: 100-52, (65.8%)

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Tarpon08
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quote:

UCF: 66-81


National Championship Run [ON]/OFF


GatorOnAnIsland
Florida Fan
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UCF already dragging the Big 12 down at 122.


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WaterLink
LSU Fan
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Member since Sep 2015
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One method of measuring the best from the worst is judging each team by its record from the previous season.


Yeah, a pretty dog shite method, but I guess it IS a method.


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skrayper
Alabama Fan
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Member since Nov 2012
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Using purely W/L? Ugh.

Also, you could have just posted the link and then typed out the SEC teams. No reason to have all 131 teams here my friend.


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TheCheshireHog
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3. Arkansas: 102-55, (65.0%)


So excited. Can’t wait.



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GeauxNewUser
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94. Georgia: 75-79, (48.7%)

Taking the clemson/ou route


Tridentds
Texas A&M Fan
Sugar Land
Member since Aug 2011
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So Bama in SECw is in the 50s?

Ummm okay.


ManBearSharkReb
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Too bad Vandy doesn’t get to play Vandy :(


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geauxnavybeatbama
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It’s because they aren’t playing themselves


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LSU Patrick
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Which of course also means they can’t lose.


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viceman
Alabama Fan
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Member since Aug 2016
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So Bama in SECw is in the 50s?

Ummm okay.




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Knowshon5Dolla
Georgia Fan
Atlanta
Member since Oct 2021
686 posts

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94. Georgia: 75-79, (48.7%) Taking the clemson/ou route


Having Auburn on our schedule is weighing us down


Yukons Worst
Oklahoma Fan
Member since Jun 2022
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Taking the clemson/ou route


OU schedule is weak this year most the key games at home and we get Nebraska at Lincoln we can't help scheduling 10 years ago but it is a good timing to switch out coaches and schemes I'm not complaining. You can't shite on OU scheduling we can go back and look if you would like.


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hoojy
Kentucky Fan
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Having Auburn on our schedule is weighing us down


Y'alls schedule is underrated.


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VU fan 43
Vanderbilt Fan
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Member since May 2014
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Terrific. Just terrific.


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bigDgator
Florida Fan
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Member since Oct 2008
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2. Vanderbilt: 105-55, (65.6%)
3. Arkansas: 102-55, (65.0%)
4. Auburn: 101-55, (64.7%)
5. Mississippi State: 98-58, (62.8%)
8. Texas: 99-59, (62.7%)
14. South Carolina: 92-62, (59.7%)
16. Texas A&M: 93-63, (59.6%)
24. Tennessee: 93-66, (58.5%)
30. LSU: 87-66, (56.9%)
35. Florida: 87-68, (56.1%)
50. Kentucky: 84-71, (54.2)
53. Alabama: 81-70, (53.6%)
60. Ole Miss: 81-71, (53.3%)
73. Oklahoma: 81-74, (52.3%)
77. Missouri: 79-74, (51.6%)
94. Georgia: 75-79, (48.7%)


bigDgator
Florida Fan
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Member since Oct 2008
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It's really not a great stat.

From middle of the SEC Tennessee to last in the SEC Georgia is only 10% different winning percentage.


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csgau
Georgia
Member since Jan 2014
362 posts

Thuga barely cracks the top 100..usual pathetic schedule


Sus-Scrofa
Arkansas Fan
Member since Feb 2013
5569 posts

This is one top ten list Arkansas always seems to make.


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