2014 NCAA Football Rankings – Week 16

NCAAF Oracle - Week 16

RankTeamRecord
1Florida State (3)(13-0)
2Ohio State (4)(12-1)
3Alabama (1)(12-1)
4Oregon (2)(12-1)
5Boise State(11-2)
6Marshall(12-1)
7Baylor(11-1)
8Georgia Tech(10-3)
9Texas Christian(11-1)
10Missouri(10-3)
11Mississippi(9-3)
12Wisconsin(10-3)
13Arizona(10-3)
14Mississippi State(10-2)
15Northern Illinois(11-2)
16UCLA(9-3)
17Michigan State(10-2)
18Georgia(9-3)
19Arizona State(9-3)
20Colorado State(10-2)
21Nebraska(9-3)
22Clemson(9-3)
23Auburn(8-4)
24Kansas State(9-3)
25Air Force(9-3)
26Louisville(9-3)
27Central Florida(9-3)
28Louisiana State(8-4)
29Duke(9-3)
30Cincinnati(9-3)
31Utah State(9-4)
32Utah(8-4)
33Southern California(8-4)
34Louisiana Tech(8-5)
35Memphis(9-3)
36Minnesota(8-4)
37Oklahoma(8-4)
38Georgia Southern(9-3)
39Western Kentucky(7-5)
40Toledo(8-4)
41Brigham Young(8-4)
42Notre Dame(7-5)
43Western Michigan(8-4)
44Louisiana-Lafayette(8-4)
45Washington(8-5)
46West Virginia(7-5)
47Texas A&M(7-5)
48Virginia Tech(6-6)
49East Carolina(8-4)
50Stanford(7-5)
51North Carolina(6-6)
52Boston College(7-5)
53Miami FL(6-6)
54Iowa(7-5)
55Maryland(7-5)
56Arkansas(6-6)
57North Carolina State(7-5)
58Rutgers(7-5)
59Illinois(6-6)
60Central Michigan(7-5)
61Rice(7-5)
62South Carolina(6-6)
63Texas-El Paso(7-5)
64Nevada(7-5)
65Bowling Green State(7-6)
66San Diego State(7-5)
67Houston(7-5)
68Appalachian State(7-5)
69Penn State(6-6)
70Pittsburgh(6-6)
71Arkansas State(7-5)
72Florida(6-5)
73Tennessee(6-6)
74Navy(6-5)
75Middle Tennessee State(6-6)
76Old Dominion(6-6)
77Texas State(7-5)
78Texas(6-6)
79Oklahoma State(6-6)
80Fresno State(6-7)
81Alabama-Birmingham(6-6)
82Northwestern(5-7)
83Temple(6-6)
84Virginia(5-7)
85South Alabama(6-6)
86Michigan(5-7)
87Ohio(6-6)
88Oregon State(5-7)
89Ball State(5-7)
90Kentucky(5-7)
91California(5-7)
92Buffalo(5-6)
93Indiana(4-8)
94Akron(5-7)
95Wyoming(4-8)
96Florida International(4-8)
97Texas-San Antonio(4-8)
98Army(4-7)
99Texas Tech(4-8)
100New Mexico(4-8)
101Hawaii(4-9)
102North Texas(4-8)
103Purdue(3-9)
104Louisiana-Monroe(4-8)
105Washington State(3-9)
106South Florida(4-8)
107Wake Forest(3-9)
108Florida Atlantic(3-9)
109Syracuse(3-9)
110Southern Mississippi(3-9)
111Kansas(3-9)
112Tulane(3-9)
113Vanderbilt(3-9)
114San Jose State(3-9)
115Massachusetts(3-9)
116Iowa State(2-10)
117Connecticut(2-10)
118Troy(3-9)
119Nevada-Las Vegas(2-11)
120Kent State(2-9)
121Eastern Michigan(2-10)
122Colorado(2-10)
123Miami OH(2-10)
124New Mexico State(2-10)
125Tulsa(2-10)
126Georgia State(1-11)
127Southern Methodist(1-11)
128Idaho(1-10)

In parentheses, we indicate the College Football Playoff Rankings

AP Poll - Week 16

RankTeamRecord
1Alabama(12-1)
2Florida State(13-0)
3Oregon(12-1)
4Baylor(11-1)
5Ohio State(12-1)
6Texas Christian(11-1)
7Michigan State(10-2)
8Mississippi State(10-2)
9Mississippi(9-3)
10Georgia Tech(10-3)
11Kansas State(9-3)
12Arizona(10-3)
13Georgia(9-3)
14UCLA(9-3)
15Arizona State(9-3)
16Missouri(10-3)
17Wisconsin(10-3)
18Clemson(9-3)
19Auburn(8-4)
20Louisville(9-3)
21Boise State(11-2)
22Louisiana State(8-4)
23Utah(8-4)
24Southern California(8-4)
25Nebraska(9-3)

For Comparison, we display them side by side

NCAAF Oracle - Week 16

RankTeamRecord
1Florida State (3)(13-0)
2Ohio State (4)(12-1)
3Alabama (1)(12-1)
4Oregon (2)(12-1)
5Boise State(11-2)
6Marshall(12-1)
7Baylor(11-1)
8Georgia Tech(10-3)
9Texas Christian(11-1)
10Missouri(10-3)
11Mississippi(9-3)
12Wisconsin(10-3)
13Arizona(10-3)
14Mississippi State(10-2)
15Northern Illinois(11-2)
16UCLA(9-3)
17Michigan State(10-2)
18Georgia(9-3)
19Arizona State(9-3)
20Colorado State(10-2)
21Nebraska(9-3)
22Clemson(9-3)
23Auburn(8-4)
24Kansas State(9-3)
25Air Force(9-3)
26Louisville(9-3)
27Central Florida(9-3)
28Louisiana State(8-4)
29Duke(9-3)
30Cincinnati(9-3)
31Utah State(9-4)
32Utah(8-4)
33Southern California(8-4)
34Louisiana Tech(8-5)
35Memphis(9-3)
36Minnesota(8-4)
37Oklahoma(8-4)
38Georgia Southern(9-3)
39Western Kentucky(7-5)
40Toledo(8-4)
41Brigham Young(8-4)
42Notre Dame(7-5)
43Western Michigan(8-4)
44Louisiana-Lafayette(8-4)
45Washington(8-5)
46West Virginia(7-5)
47Texas A&M(7-5)
48Virginia Tech(6-6)
49East Carolina(8-4)
50Stanford(7-5)
51North Carolina(6-6)
52Boston College(7-5)
53Miami FL(6-6)
54Iowa(7-5)
55Maryland(7-5)
56Arkansas(6-6)
57North Carolina State(7-5)
58Rutgers(7-5)
59Illinois(6-6)
60Central Michigan(7-5)
61Rice(7-5)
62South Carolina(6-6)
63Texas-El Paso(7-5)
64Nevada(7-5)
65Bowling Green State(7-6)
66San Diego State(7-5)
67Houston(7-5)
68Appalachian State(7-5)
69Penn State(6-6)
70Pittsburgh(6-6)
71Arkansas State(7-5)
72Florida(6-5)
73Tennessee(6-6)
74Navy(6-5)
75Middle Tennessee State(6-6)
76Old Dominion(6-6)
77Texas State(7-5)
78Texas(6-6)
79Oklahoma State(6-6)
80Fresno State(6-7)
81Alabama-Birmingham(6-6)
82Northwestern(5-7)
83Temple(6-6)
84Virginia(5-7)
85South Alabama(6-6)
86Michigan(5-7)
87Ohio(6-6)
88Oregon State(5-7)
89Ball State(5-7)
90Kentucky(5-7)
91California(5-7)
92Buffalo(5-6)
93Indiana(4-8)
94Akron(5-7)
95Wyoming(4-8)
96Florida International(4-8)
97Texas-San Antonio(4-8)
98Army(4-7)
99Texas Tech(4-8)
100New Mexico(4-8)
101Hawaii(4-9)
102North Texas(4-8)
103Purdue(3-9)
104Louisiana-Monroe(4-8)
105Washington State(3-9)
106South Florida(4-8)
107Wake Forest(3-9)
108Florida Atlantic(3-9)
109Syracuse(3-9)
110Southern Mississippi(3-9)
111Kansas(3-9)
112Tulane(3-9)
113Vanderbilt(3-9)
114San Jose State(3-9)
115Massachusetts(3-9)
116Iowa State(2-10)
117Connecticut(2-10)
118Troy(3-9)
119Nevada-Las Vegas(2-11)
120Kent State(2-9)
121Eastern Michigan(2-10)
122Colorado(2-10)
123Miami OH(2-10)
124New Mexico State(2-10)
125Tulsa(2-10)
126Georgia State(1-11)
127Southern Methodist(1-11)
128Idaho(1-10)

AP Poll - Week 16

RankTeamRecord
1Alabama(12-1)
2Florida State(13-0)
3Oregon(12-1)
4Baylor(11-1)
5Ohio State(12-1)
6Texas Christian(11-1)
7Michigan State(10-2)
8Mississippi State(10-2)
9Mississippi(9-3)
10Georgia Tech(10-3)
11Kansas State(9-3)
12Arizona(10-3)
13Georgia(9-3)
14UCLA(9-3)
15Arizona State(9-3)
16Missouri(10-3)
17Wisconsin(10-3)
18Clemson(9-3)
19Auburn(8-4)
20Louisville(9-3)
21Boise State(11-2)
22Louisiana State(8-4)
23Utah(8-4)
24Southern California(8-4)
25Nebraska(9-3)
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