2009-2010 College Football Rankings: Full 120-Team Rankings

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2009-2010 College Football Rankings: Full 120-Team Rankings
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The 2009-2010 College Football Season has begun its rise to once again plague the minds of innocent sports fanatics, and it's time for us all to give our opinions on how the season will play out.

The coaches already have given their two cents, as the Preseason Top 25 was released yesterday. Now it's my turn, and I'm going big.

 

Tier One (Spots 1-11)

1. Florida Gators

There really isn't any question about it. Tim Tebow has already proven he's among the best QBs of this decade, and his senior year appears to maybe be his best year yet. Not to mention he's also got great talent all around him and an excellent defense as well.

 

2. Texas Longhorns

The connection of superstar quarterback Colt McCoy and Jordan Shipley could be deadly...and might bring home a national championship ring as well.

 

3. Oklahoma Sooners

Likely to at least have one loss and possibly two, but this is still a great team. Bradford will have to make do with a downgraded offense, but the defense is still very solid.

 

4. Penn State

5. USC

6. Boise State

7. Georgia

8. Virginia Tech

9. Oklahoma State

10. Ole Miss

11. Ohio State

 

Tier Two (12-28)

12. TCU

13. LSU

14. Alabama

15. Michigan State

16. Cal

17. Pitt

18. West Virginia

19. Oregon

20. Georgia Tech

21. Utah

22. BYU

23. Iowa

24. Houston

25. Kansas

26. Oregon State

27. East Carolina

28. Texas Tech

 

Tier Three (29-51)

29. Nebraska

30. Tulsa

31. Florida State

32. Navy

33. UCLA

34. Tennessee

35. North Carolina

36. Notre Dame

37. Wake Forest

38. Central Michigan

39. Air Force

40. Wisconsin

41. Miami (FL)

42. Auburn

43. Minnesota

44. Missouri

45. Northwestern

46. Southern Mississippi

47. Cincinnati

48. North Carolina State

49. South Florida

50. Baylor

51. Vanderbilt

 

Tier Four (52-65)

52. Western Michigan

53. Troy

54. Arizona

55. South Carolina

56. Clemson

57. Rutgers

58. Illinois

59. Louisville

60. Arizona State

61. Kansas State

62. Kentucky

63. UConn

64. Buffalo

65. Maryland

 

Tier Five (66-80)

66. Arkansas State

67. Rice

68. Arkansas

69. Colorado

70. Bowling Green

71. Nevada

72. Purdue

73. Stanford

74. Fresno State

75. Michigan

76. Boston College

77. Army

78. Mississippi State

79. Central Florida

80. Texas A&M

 

Tier Six (81-97)

81. Louisiana Tech

82. Duke

83. UNLV

84. Memphis

85. Washington

86. Colorado State

87. Hawaii

88. Iowa State

89. Virginia

90. UTEP

91. Indiana

92. Middle Tennessee

93. Syracuse

94. San Jose State

95. Washington State

96. Florida Atlantic

97. New Mexico

 

Tier Seven (98-120)

98. Marshall

99. Florida International

100. Ball State

101. Louisiana-Monroe

102. Ohio

103. Toledo

104. UAB

105. Temple

106. Wyoming

107. Louisiana-Lafayette

108. SMU

109. Northern Illinois

110. Miami (OH)

111. Idaho

112. Tulane

113. Akron

114. Utah State

115. Eastern Michigan

116. San Diego State

117. Kent State

118. New Mexico State

119. North Texas

120. Western Kentucky

 

Tell me if you think a team is too high or low, or if there's something else you disagree on. With 120 ranks, I'm sure at least one of them is controversial to you!

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