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After an interesting week of College Football in Week 5, the SEC landed nine teams in the latest ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) top 25 rankings:

1. Baylor, Big 12 4-0
2. USC, Pac-12 3-1
3. TCU, Big 12 5-0
4. Alabama, SEC 4-1
5. Ole Miss, SEC 4-1
6. Oklahoma, Big 12 4-0
7. Texas A&M, SEC 5-0
8. OSU, Big Ten 5-0
9. LSU, SEC 4-0
10. Notre Dame, FBS Indep. 4-1
11. Stanford, Pac-12 4-1
12. Georgia, SEC 4-1
13. Clemson, ACC 4-0
14. Florida, SEC 5-0
15. Tennessee, SEC 2-3
16. West Virginia, Big 12 3-1
17. UCLA, Pac-12 4-1
18. FSU, ACC 4-0
19. Utah, Pac-12 4-0
20. Michigan, Big Ten 4-1
21. Boise State, MW 4-1
22. Georgia Tech, ACC 2-3
23. Arkansas, SEC 2-3
24. Miss St, SEC 3-2
25. Michigan State, Big Ten 5-0

The Football Power Index (FPI) is a measure of team strength that is meant to be the best predictor of a team's performance going forward for the rest of the season. FPI represents how many points above or below average a team is. Projected results are based on 10,000 simulations of the rest of the season using FPI, results to date, and the remaining schedule. Ratings and projections update daily.
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Tiger1975105 months
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tigergurl67105 months
USC lost to unranked Washington last night. Not buying this.
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Roses of Crimson105 months
This will be a Bama complain thread. How about USC and Stanford? Seen no mention of that One... Ole Miss beat Bama....lost to Florida. If they beat FL they are ahead of Bama. THis reminds me of the old Okie State argument. The loss to Iowa state should have just been ignored according to most people in LA. I mean, completely ignored and just focus on the wins they had.
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TOKEN105 months
Florida is undefeated and beat Ole Miss by 30 but they are #14 while Ole Miss is #5 (who by the way beat #4 Bama). It's like a retard made this up.
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HarryBalzack105 months
France beat Germany twice, but Germany is more powerful today than France.
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ChexMix105 months
Ole Miss beat Bama, but is ranked behind them :casty:
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