Sunday, January 15, 2012

Final NCAA FBS Rankings

These are the end-of-year rankings for the NCAA FBS, calculated after the BCS championship game.  Despite a loss in the championship game, statistically LSU is still the strongest team in the nation, followed by Oklahoma State, then Alabama (the BCS National Champions).

Rank
Team
Wins
Losses
Margin
Strength
Total
1
LSU
13
1
827.9086
725.04
1552.95
2
Oklahoma St.
12
1
747.0981
636.24
1489.75
3
Alabama
12
1
773.4334
584.63
1462.53
4
Boise St.
12
1
773.7466
490.30
1361.28
5
Houston
13
1
835.6624
471.14
1306.80
6
Michigan
11
2
580.7421
548.54
1216.15
7
Oregon
12
2
658.4527
554.05
1212.51
8
Stanford
11
2
636.5623
483.70
1206.43
9
Southern California
10
2
541.417
468.75
1178.53
10
Oklahoma
10
3
550.8397
538.04
1172.64
11
Southern Miss.
12
2
664.0731
504.92
1168.99
12
TCU
11
2
603.3338
477.77
1164.26
13
Arkansas
11
2
567.4548
493.77
1142.86
14
South Carolina
11
2
567.596
491.07
1140.10
15
Virginia Tech
11
3
550.7477
512.03
1062.78
16
Wisconsin
11
3
558.8705
500.61
1059.48
17
West Virginia
10
3
485.2466
480.57
1040.11
18
Michigan St.
11
3
542.6087
493.74
1036.35
19
Baylor
10
3
392.8026
524.84
988.23
20
Northern Ill.
11
3
499.2828
487.59
986.88
21
Cincinnati
10
3
486.071
383.02
935.95
22
Kansas St.
10
3
357.134
491.97
914.42
23
Clemson
10
4
362.4802
547.74
910.22
24
Toledo
9
4
382.7634
441.79
887.98
25
Georgia
10
4
369.7152
513.27
882.99
26
Arkansas St.
10
3
462.0147
353.63
878.38
27
BYU
10
3
446.6056
361.71
870.50
28
Nebraska
9
4
313.8717
491.74
867.58
29
Penn St.
9
4
321.4716
483.89
867.31
30
Florida St.
9
4
397.6458
387.32
845.35

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