Top 25 Rankings – 9/3/2014


Posted on September 3rd, by Jarrett in Jarrett Singer's Blog. No Comments

Posted: September 3, 2014

I now present the definitive Top 25 poll. Each week I will poll myself, tabulate the results, and then present them.

The number in () is last week’s ranking.

1. Florida State 1-0 (1)
2. Alabama 1-0 (2)
3. Oregon 1-0 (4)
4. Georgia 1-0 (7)
5. Baylor 1-0 (5)
6. Oklahoma 1-0 (6)
7. Auburn 1-0 (8)
8. Michigan State 1-0 (9)
9. UCLA 1-0 (3)
10. Stanford 1-0 (12)
11. Ohio State 1-0 (10)
12. LSU 1-0 (13)
13. Notre Dame 1-0 (16)
14. Southern California 1-0 (20)
15. Wisconsin 0-1 (14)
16. Texas A&M 1-0 (NR)
17. Clemson 0-1 (15)
18. North Carolina 1-0 (18)
19. Iowa 1-0 (17)
20. Michigan 1-0 (24)
21. Texas 1-0 (22)
22. BYU 1-0 (21)
23. Florida 0-0 (23)
24. Nebraska 1-0 (NR)
25. South Carolina 0-1 (11)

Dropped: Washington (19), Central Florida (25)

As a reminder, this poll is based on who I think is the better team. In my opinion, a higher ranked team would beat a lower ranked team on a neutral field. It is not based on how they will finish the year or what the final record of each team will be.

Note: There may be significant fluctuation to my rankings as I watch teams play, as my opinion of their ability to beat teams above and below them on a neutral field may change. I will not be simply sliding teams up and down based on if they win or lose, but rather reevaluating my opinion each week. I believe this is how a poll should be done.






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