Ranking all of College Football's FBS Conferences Heading into Week 3
Week 3 is swiftly coming for all college football fans, and many could not be more excited…unless of course you are currently at the bottom of the barrel.
After two weeks of play, teams are really starting to show their colors for 2011.
Here are my rankings of College Football’s FBS Conferences for your viewing pleasure.
- South Carolina
- Mississippi State
The Crimson Tide went into Happy Valley and methodically beat down Penn State 27-11.
Their defense could lead to an undefeated season.
2. Big 12
- Texas A&M
- Oklahoma State
- Iowa State
- Texas Tech
- Kansas State
Can anyone slow down the Sooners?
Well, bye certainly couldn’t.
Oklahoma will certainly be tested this week when they play at Florida State.
3. Big Ten
- Michigan State
- Ohio State
- Penn State
The Badgers crushed an opponent for the second week in a row, this time shutting out Oregon State 35-0.
Wisconsin looks dominant at this point.
- Arizona State
- Washington State
- Oregon State
The Cardinal has yet to be seriously challenged, winning by blowout against inferior opponents.
Their next game at Arizona will be their first real challenge since the start of the season.
- Florida State
- Virginia Tech
- North Carolina
- Georgia Tech
- Wake Forrest
- Boston College
- North Carolina State
The Seminoles got in a good scrimmage in their 62-10 whooping of Charleston Southern.
Doak Campbell Stadium will be rocking when Florida State welcomes the Oklahoma Sooners this coming Saturday.
6. Mountain West
- Boise State
- Colorado State
- San Diego State
- New Mexico
The Broncos are still basking in the afterglow of their win against Georgia in Week 1.
Their game at Toledo might not be the gimme that everyone expected.
7. Conference USA
- East Carolina
- Southern Miss
The Cougars followed up their emotional win over UCLA by blowing out North Texas 48-23.
Case Keenum has put himself into the Heisman conversation.
8. Big East
- South Florida
- West Virginia
In this year’s Big Least is there any other choice?
After upsetting Notre Dame, the Bulls showed no sign of a let down in their 37-7 route of Ball State.
- Notre Dame
If the fighting Irish lose any more games like their first two, coach Brian Kelly’s head might explode.
It doesn’t get any easier Michigan State rolls into South Bend this Saturday.
- Western Michigan
- Northern Illinois
- Kent State
- Miami (Ohio)
- Central Michigan
- Ball State
- Eastern Michigan
- Bowling Green
The Rockets look like they belonged on the same field with Ohio State, only losing 27-22.
It doesn’t get any easierBoise State rolls into town on Saturday.
- Utah State
- Fresno State
- Louissiana Tech
- New Mexico State
- San Jose State
After pulling the impossible and blowing a certain victory against Auburn, the Aggies picked right up where they left off by demolishing Weber 54-17.
Head coach Gary Andersen should be commended for his team’s impressive performance following a crushing loss.
12. Sun Belt
- Florida International
- Middle Tennessee
- Arkansas State
- North Texas
- Western Kentucky
- UL Lafayette
- Florida Atlantic
The Golden Panthers improved to 2-0 with an upset victory over Louisville 24-17.
Folks a Sun Belt team defeated an SBS team this year!