Insider: CFB Future Power Rankings

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  1. H-TOWNSFINEST

    H-TOWNSFINEST Member

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    Can someone with insider please post this? Will rep. Thanks.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/college-...gs-projecting-top-25-teams-next-three-seasons
     
  2. Ziggy

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    Impending post by JR in 3... 2...
     
  3. sammy

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    Some guy on 790 had Texas at 4 and A&M at 13. I only caught the very end but he's supposedly someone that knows what's up.
     
  4. J.R.

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    If I missed your team or you want to see another, ask.

    Broaden your focus for a moment, past the nitty-gritty details of the schedules and two-deeps and likely storylines for the 2013 college football season, and ask yourself this: Which programs are most likely to be successful, not just this year, but over the next three?

    That's exactly what we asked our panel of experts, and below we offer you the fruits of their labor: A top-25 ranking of the teams most likely to compete for and win championships over the next three seasons. Or, as we like to call it, the College Football Future Power Rankings.

    Will resurgent programs like Notre Dame, Texas A&M and UCLA continue to climb the national title pecking order? Will struggling powers like Oklahoma, Texas and USC be able to stop their respective declines? And does anyone have a chance of taking over Alabama's throne as the top program in college football?

    Our panel of experts -- Travis Haney, Brock Huard, Tom Luginbill, Todd McShay and Mark Schlabach -- found answers to these questions by rating programs in five different categories (Coaching, Current Talent, Recruiting, Title Path and Program Power) to generate an overall score. (For more information on how these rankings were put together, click here.) They then weighed in with their analysis on each team.

    Here you have it: The top 25 college football programs for the next three seasons.

    1. Alabama
    2. Ohio State
    3. LSU
    4. Florida
    5. Michigan
    6. Notre Dame
    7. Florida State
    8. Texas A&M
    9. Georgia
    10. Stanford
    11. Oregon
    12. Texas
    13. Clemson
    14. Oklahoma
    15. South Carolina
    16. Louisville
    17. Oklahoma State
    18. Miami
    19. TCU
    20. Virginia Tech
    21. North Carolina
    22. UCLA
    23. Auburn
    24. Baylor
    25. USC
     
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  5. Ziggy

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    Seems low for TAMU, maybe they think Sumlin is leaving? Seems high for UT since the coaching situation is not stable and a change could just as easily be bad as opposed to good. UT does have the easier road to a BCS game.
     
  6. H-TOWNSFINEST

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    "Must spread reputation around before giving it to J.R. again."

    Can you post LSU? Thanks in advance.
     
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    I wouldn't be surprised at all if a&m lost 6 games this year.
     
  9. astros99

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    Lol. To who? Although I think A&M will fall back a bit.. I don't see losing more than 4 games, and even that is a stretch. 3 games max. They have 8 home games and they will win all of their non conference. Auburn and Arkansas still suck. No matter how bad A&M does I still can't see them losing 6 games.
     
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    3 of the top 4 are SEC (and 4 of the top 8)?

    USC being 25 is a scathing indictment of how these guys feel about Lane Kiffin. USC should be top 5-6 by default.
     
  11. gatsby

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    Could you post Alabama's? Will rep of course.
     
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    Florida please J.R.
     
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    Sortable spreadsheet of all teams please JR, thanks, lemme know when it's done.
     
  16. J.R.

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    Don't have spreadsheet. I can post the whole thing if you want. :p
     
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    Yeah but no copy and paste, type it out manually in .txt so there's no formatting then screenshot that in using a secured server. No HTTP BS, I want that "s".
     
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    Thanks, JR :)
     
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  19. J.R.

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    Now you're just messin' with me, aren't you? :p You'll have to settle for this.

    1. Alabama

    2. Ohio State

    3. LSU

    4. Florida

    5. Michigan

    6. Notre Dame

    7. Florida State

    8. Texas A&M

    9. Georgia

    10. Stanford

    11. Oregon

    12. Texas

    13. Clemson

    14. Oklahoma

    15. South Carolina

    16. Louisville

    17. Oklahoma State

    18. Miami

    19. TCU

    20. Virginia Tech

    21. North Carolina

    22. UCLA

    23. Auburn

    24. Baylor

    25. USC

    Five that just missed

     
  20. ivenovember

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    Can you post the Sun Belt Conference?
    Just playing.

    I think TCU is a little low but I'm biased. I think Michigan is overrated and Louisville is too.
     

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