Week 10 - No Loss For Losing

The biggest thing I'm noticing with The Internet's ranking is that it really doesn't penalize losing enough. Or maybe the national ratings punish losing too much for this point in the season. But if you were wondering why South Carolina and Arizona are hanging around, they have been successful overall in their conference. The Internet insists that everyone insists that everyone thinks this is really important so that's what It's going with this season. It also rates UCF, San Diego State and Memphis's conference wins as less important than other team's. The Internet doesn't necessarily think that is fair, but it is going along with convention this season.

Here are the rankings for posterity:

Alabama Crimson Tide 1
Clemson Tigers 2
Georgia Bulldogs 2
Miami Huricanes 2
Wisconsin Badgers 2
TCU Horn Frogs 6
Washington Huskies 6
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 8
Oklahoma Sooners 8
USC Trojans 8
Washington State Cougars 8
South Florida Bulls 12
UCF Knights 13
Memphis 14
Michigan Wolverines 15
Penn State Nittany Lions 15
Stanford Cardinal 17
Ohio State Buckeyes 18
Auburn Tigers 19
Oklahoma State Cowboys 20
Virgina Tech 21
South Carolina Gamecocks 22
Arizona Wildcats 23
LSU Tigers 24
Michigan State Spartans 25
San Diego State Aztecs 25

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The Internet's Official Top 25

Current Ranksort descending Title High Rank Last Rank
1 Alabama 1 1
1 Notre Dame 1 1
1 Clemson 1 1
4 Ohio State 1 4
5 West Virginia 3 4
5 Washington State 4 4
5 Oklahoma 2 4
5 Michigan 5 8
5 UCF 3 4
5 Georgia 3 4
11 Syracuse 11 17
11 LSU 2 11
11 Cincinatti 11 13
13 Washington 9 23
14 Penn State 4 18
15 Texas 4 19
16 Florida 7 33
16 Utah 16 33
16 Kentucky 3 11
20 Northwestern 17 33
20 Arizona State 8 33
22 Troy 16 33
23 Duke 2 38
24 Virginia 15 19
25 Iowa State 13 13