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Top 25 Teams - Oregon & Alabama Hold #1 and #2 Positions

Florida St. Slides in Rankings Off Subpar Performance

Photo – RB Todd Gurley - Georgia

Team of the Week – Texas A&M

Players of the Week
Offense – RB Todd Gurley - Georgia

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams - Sept 29
1. Oregon – 4-0
2. Alabama – 4-0
3. Oklahoma – 4-0
4. Florida State – 4-0
5. Auburn – 4-0
6. Texas A&M – 5-0
7. Notre Dame – 4-0
8. Ole Miss – 4-0
9. UCLA – 4-0
10. Baylor – 4-0
11. Mississippi State – 4-0
12. LSU – 4-1
13. Georgia – 3-1
14. BYU - 4-0
15. Southern California – 2-1
16. Michigan State – 3-1
17. Stanford – 3-1
18. Wisconsin – 3-1
19. Nebraska – 5-0
20. South Carolina – 3-1
21. Ohio State – 3-1
22. Kansas State – 3-1
23. Arizona State – 3-1
24. East Carolina – 3-1
25 TCU - 3-0

AP Poll - Top 25
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1 Florida State (27) 4-0 1,416 1
2 Oregon (13) 4-0 1,405 2
3 Alabama (13) 4-0 1,387 3
4 Oklahoma (7) 4-0 1,357 4
5 Auburn 4-0 1,272 5
6 Texas A&M 5-0 1,206 6
7 Baylor 4-0 1,149 7
8 UCLA 4-0 975 11 3
9 Notre Dame 4-0 972 8 1
10 Michigan State 3-1 944 9 1
11 Ole Miss 4-0 906 10 1
12 Mississippi State 4-0 848 14 2
13 Georgia 3-1 788 12 1
14 Stanford 3-1 643 16 2
15 LSU 4-1 636 17 2
16 USC 3-1 560 18 2
17 Wisconsin 3-1 502 19 2
18 BYU 4-0 450 20 2
19 Nebraska 5-0 445 21 2
20 Ohio State 3-1 298 22 2
21 Oklahoma State 3-1 246 24 3
22 East Carolina 3-1 237 23 1
23 Kansas State 3-1 216 25 2
24 Missouri 4-1 145 NR 2
25 TCU 3-0 109 NR 1

Dropped from rankings: South Carolina 13, Arizona State 15
Others receiving votes: Arizona State 97, South Carolina 61, Clemson 52, Arizona 43, Marshall 40, Georgia Tech 37, West Virginia 24, Arkansas 18, Maryland 5, Louisville 4, North Dakota State 3, Washington 2, North Carolina State 1, Virginia 1

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Oregon Rides Marcus Mariota’s Play to #1 Ranking

Oregon Rides Marcus Mariota’s Hot Hand to #1 Ranking

Photo – QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon

Team of the Week - Mississippi St

Player of the Week
Offense – QB Dak Prescott - Mississippi St

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams - Sept 22
1. Oregon – 4-0
2. Florida State – 3-0
3. Alabama – 4-0
4. Oklahoma – 4-0
5. Auburn – 3-0
6. Texas A&M – 4-0
7. UCLA – 3-0
8. Notre Dame – 3-0
9. Ole Miss – 3-0
10. Baylor – 3-0
11. South Carolina – 3-1

Marcus Mariota

Ducks' Roll in Early Action To Hold Draft Insiders’ #1 Ranking

Ducks' Roll in Early Schedule to Hold Draft Insiders’ #1 Ranking

Photo – WR Amari Cooper - Alabama

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams - Sept 15
1. Oregon – 3-0
2. Florida State – 2-0
3. Oklahoma – 3-0
4. Auburn – 2-0
6. Alabama – 3-0
7. Texas A&M – 3-0
8. UCLA – 3-0
9. LSU – 3-0
10. Notre Dame – 3-0
11. Ole Miss – 3-0
12. Baylor – 3-0
13. Georgia – 1-1
14. Southern California – 2-1
15. Michigan State – 1-1
16. Stanford – 2-1
17. South Carolina – 2-1
18. Arizona State – 3-0
19. Wisconsin – 1-1
20. Nebraska – 3-0
21. Ohio State – 2-1
22. Missouri - 3-0
23. BYU - 3-0
24. Kansas State – 2-0
25. North Carolina – 2-0

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Oregon Ducks Beat Michigan St. to Head Draft Insiders’ Top 25 Rankings

Oregon Ducks Beat Michigan St. to Head Draft Insiders’ Top 25 Rankings

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams - Sept 9
1. Oregon
2. Florida State
3. Oklahoma
4. Auburn
5. Georgia
6. Alabama
7. Texas A&M
8. UCLA
9. LSU
10. Southern California
11. Michigan State
12. Stanford
13. Baylor
14. Notre Dame
15. Ole Miss
16. Arizona State
17. Wisconsin
18. Nebraska
19. Ohio State
20. Louisville
21. Kansas State
22. North Carolina
23. Mississippi St.
24. South Carolina
25. Clemson

AP Poll - Top 25
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1 Florida State (38) 2-0 1463
2 Oregon (16) 2-0 1415
3 Alabama (1) 2-0 1334
4 Oklahoma (2) 2-0 1303
5 Auburn 2-0 1236
6 Georgia (1) 1-0 1201
7 Texas A&M (2) 2-0 1101
8 Baylor 2-0 1043
9 USC 2-0 1039
10 LSU 2-0 1029
11 Notre Dame 2-0 815
12 UCLA 2-0 779
13 Michigan State 1-1 751
14 Ole Miss 2-0 703
15 Stanford 1-1 592
16 Arizona State 2-0 570
17 Virginia Tech 2-0 532
18 Wisconsin 1-1 391
19 Kansas State 2-0 285
20 Missouri 2-0 237
21 Louisville 2-0 234
22 Ohio State 1-1 222
23 Clemson 1-1 206
24 South Carolina 1-1 199
25 BYU 2-0 179

Dropped from rankings: Nebraska 19, North Carolina 21
Others receiving votes: Nebraska 153, North Carolina 118, Oklahoma State 92, Florida 70, Duke 43, Penn State 35, TCU 31, Mississippi State 29, Marshall 18, Tennessee 14, Iowa 10, West Virginia 6, Cincinnati 6, Washington 4, North Dakota State 3, Texas Tech 3, Pittsburgh 3, Utah 2, Arizona 1

Coaches Poll
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1 Florida State (51) 2-0 1529
2 Alabama (1) 2-0 1435
3 Oklahoma (3) 2-0 1408
4 Oregon (6) 2-0 1407
5 Auburn 2-0 1312
6 Georgia (1) 1-0 1209
7 Baylor 2-0 1135
8 Texas A&M 2-0 1090
9 LSU 2-0 1034
10 USC 2-0 999
11 Notre Dame 2-0 858
12 UCLA 2-0 812
13 Michigan State 1-1 716
14 Arizona State 2-0 646
15 Ole Miss 2-0 609
16 Stanford 1-1 585
17 Wisconsin 1-1 409
18 Ohio State 1-1 402
19 Virginia Tech 2-0 349
20 Kansas State 2-0 333
21 Nebraska 2-0 310
22 Missouri 2-0 281
23 South Carolina 1-1 232
24 Clemson 1-1 212
25 North Carolina 2-0 129

Others receiving votes: Louisville 128, BYU 124, Florida 107, Mississippi State 84, Oklahoma State 81, Duke 55, Washington 22, TCU 19, Minnesota 17, Marshall 14, Iowa 9, Cincinnati 8, Arizona 7, West Virginia 6, Oregon State 6, Pittsburgh 5, Northern Illinois 5, Memphis 4, Rutgers 4, Michigan 2, Boise State 1, Texas Tech 1

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Oregon Ducks Head Draft Insiders’ Top 25 Rankings

Oregon Ducks Head Draft Insiders’ Top 25 Rankings

Photo - QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams
1. Oregon
2. Florida State
3. Oklahoma
4. Auburn
5. Georgia
6. Michigan State
7. Alabama
8. Texas A&M
9. Stanford
10. Baylor
11. UCLA
12. LSU
13. Ohio State
14. Southern California
15. Notre Dame
16. Ole Miss
17. Arizona State
18. Wisconsin
19. Nebraska
20. Louisville
21. Kansas State
22. North Carolina
23. South Carolina
24. Clemson
25. Missouri

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North Dakota St Heads Preseason FCS Coaches Poll

Preseason FCS Coaches Poll - Top 25 Teams

With 17 starters returning from last season’s squad that posted three wins against top-20 teams and narrowly missed earning a NCAA Playoff berth, the William and Mary football team garnered a No. 22 national ranking in the preseason Coaches Poll.

Photo – WR Tre McBride – William & Mary

The recognition adds to W&M’s list of preseason national rankings, as it is tabbed No. 12 by Lindy’s, No. 15 by Athlon and No. 23 by Sporting News.

Among the College’s returning starters are six players who earned preseason all-conference honors earlier this summer. Senior All-American defensive tackle Mike Reilly highlighted those standouts and was chosen as the league’s preseason defensive player of the year. Joining him on the preseason All-CAA team were senior Tre McBride, who garnered distinction as both a wide receiver and a return specialist, senior linebacker Airek Green, junior linebacker Luke Rhodes, junior cornerback DeAndre Houston-Carson and junior center Andrew Jones.
The Tribe will open the 2014 campaign when it kicks off its 12-game slate at Virginia Tech on Aug. 30. For season ticket information, please click here or call the Tribe Ticket Office at 757-221-3340.

Preseason FCS Coaches Poll (August, 2014)

Team (First-Place Votes) 2013 Record Points 2013 Final
1. North Dakota State (18) 15-0 636 1
2. Eastern Washington (6) 12-3 615 3
3. Southeastern Louisiana (1) 11-3 542 6
4. New Hampshire 10-5 510 5
5. Montana 10-3 505 8
6. Coastal Carolina 12-3 447 7
7. Towson (1) 13-3 438 2
8. Jacksonville State 12-2 425 12
9. McNeese State 10-3 424 9
10. South Dakota State 9-5 332 14
11. Eastern Illinois 12-2 314 4
12. Fordham 12-2 305 10
13. Villanova 6-5 287 NR
14. Sam Houston State 9-5 277 13
15. Northern Iowa 7-5 263 NR
16. Chattanooga 8-4 238 25
17. Tennessee State 10-4 237 17
18. Furman 8-6 188 21
19. Montana State 7-5 170 20
20. Maine 10-3 169 11
21. Youngstown State 8-4 162 19
22. William & Mary 7-5 159 NR
23. Bethune-Cookman 10-3 136 16
24. Richmond 6-6 118 NR
25. Northern Arizona 9-3 116 15

Others receiving votes: Samford 95, Southern Illinois 59, Harvard 42, Charleston Southern 39, James Madison 30, Princeton 24, Southern Utah 20, Alcorn State 16, Liberty 16, Delaware 15, South Carolina State 15, Cal Poly 14, Missouri State 12, Sacred Heart 10, Wofford 8, Central Arkansas 7, Alabama State 6, Lehigh 6, Eastern Kentucky 4, Holy Cross 1, Illinois State 1, Jacksonville 1

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Florida St. Heads Coaches Preseason Rankings

Top 25 Preseason Rankings - Coaches Poll

Photo – QB Jameis Winston – Florida St.

RANK/TEAM RECORD/ POINTS /1st-PLACE VOTES
1. Florida State 14-0 1543 56
2. Alabama 11-2 1455 0
3. Oklahoma 11-2 1382 3
4. Oregon 11-2 1314 1
5. Auburn 12-2 1271 0
6. Ohio State 12-2 1267 1
7. UCLA 10-3 1085 0
8. Michigan State 13-1 1050 0
9. South Carolina 11-2 1009 1
10. Baylor 11-2 965 0
11. Stanford 11-3 955 0
12. Georgia 8-5 905 0
13. LSU 10-3 833 0
14. Wisconsin 9-4 654 0
15. Southern Cal 10-4 627 0
16. Clemson 11-2 535 0
17. Notre Dame 9-4 509 0
18. Arizona State 10-4 358 0
19. Mississippi 8-5 346 0
20. Texas A&M 9-4 266 0
21. Kansas State 8-5 257 0
22. Nebraska 9-4 228 0
23. North Carolina 7-6 175 0
24. Texas 8-5 143 0
25. Washington 9-4 142 0

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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