2015 FBS Roby Ratings (10/19)

This week the Ohio State Buckeyes made a statement that they are the top ranked team in America until further notice as they put a convincing beating on the Nittany Lions of Penn State.

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Team               Record             Result                        Next Opponent

1.Ohio St.          (7-0)            Beat Penn St  38-10          at Rutgers Oct 24

2.TCU                (7-0)            Beat Iowa St 45-21           vs. West Va. Oct 29

3.Baylor             (6-0)            Beat West Va. 62-38          vs. Iowa St Oct 24

4.LSU                 (6-0)           Beat Florida 35-28              vs. Western Ky Oct 24

5.Michigan St     (7-0)           Beat Michigan 27-23            vs. Indiana Oct 24

6.Florida St.       (6-0)           Beat Louisville 41-21            at Ga. Tech Oct 24

7.Utah                (6-0)           Beat Arizona St 34-18           at USC Oct 24

8.Oklahoma St  (6-0)           Open Date                              vs Kansas Oct 24

9.Clemson         (6-0)           Beat Boston College 34-17    at Miami Oct 24

10.Memphis       (6-0)          Beat Ole Miss 37-24               at Tulsa Oct 23

11.Toledo           (6-0)          Beat Eastern Mich 63-20        at U Mass  Oct 24

12.Houston        (6-0)          Beat Tulane 42-7                    at UCF Oct 24

13.Iowa             (7-0)          Beat Northwestern 40-10       vs. Maryland Oct 31

14.Temple         (6-0)          Beat UCF 30-16                     at East Carolina Oct 22

15.Stanford       (5-1)          Beat UCLA 56-35                   vs. Washington Oct 24

16.Alabama      (6-1)          Beat Texas A&M 41-23           vs Tennessee Oct 24

17.Duke            (5-1)          Open Date                               at Va. Tech Oct 24

18.No. Carolina (5-1)          Beat Wake Forest 50-14         vs. Virginia Oct 24

19.Pittsburgh     (5-1)         Beat Ga. Tech 31-28                at Syracuse Oct 24

20.Western Ky.  (6-1)         Beat North Texas 55-28           at LSU Oct 24

21.Marshall        (6-1)         Beat Fla. Atlantic 33-17           vs. North Texas Oct 24

22.Ga.Southern (5-1)         Beat NM St 56-26                    at Appalachian St Oct 22

23.App. State    (5-1)         Beat La. Monroe 59-14            vs Ga. Southern Oct 22

24.Notre Dame (6-1)         Beat USC 41-31                       at Temple Oct 31

25.Oklahoma   (5-1)         Beat Kansas St. 55-0                 vs Texas Tech Oct 24

26.Navy           (4-1)          Open Date                                 vs Tulane Oct 24

27.California    (5-1)          Open Date                                  at UCLA Oct 22

28.Texas A&M (5-1)          Lost to Alabama 23-41                at Ole Miss Oct 24

29Florida         (6-1)          Lost to LSU 28-35                       vs. Georgia Oct 31

30.BYU           (5-2)          Beat Cincinnati 38-24                   vs Wagner Oct 24

31.Illinois         (4-2)         Open Date                                     vs Wisconsin Oct 24

32.Georgia       (5-2)         Beat Missouri 9-6                          vs Florida Oct 31

33.Miami (FL)  (4-2)         Beat Va. Tech 30-20                      vs Clemson Oct 24

34.NC State     (4-2)         Open Date                                     at Wake Forest Oct 24

35.Texas Tech   (5-2)        Beat Kansas 30-20                       at Oklahoma Oct 24

36.Wisconsin    (5-2)        Beat Purdue 24-7                          at Illinois Oct 24

37.BGSU          (5-2)         Beat Akron 59-10                         at Kent State Oct 24

38.Utah St        (4-2)         Beat Boise St. 52-26                    at San Diego St Oct 23

39.Arizona        (5-2)         Beat Colorado 38-31                    vs Washington St Oct 24

40.Wash’ton St (4-2)         Beat Oregon St 52-31                   at Arizona Oct 24

41.Miss St.        (5-2)        Beat La. Tech 45-20                      vs Kentucky Oct 24

42.Auburn         (4-2)        Beat Kentucky 30-27                     at Arkansas Oct 24

43.Kentucky      (4-2)         Lost to Auburn 27-30                    at Miss St. Oct 24

44.Ohio             (5-2)          Lost to W. Michigan 14-49           at Buffalo Oct 24

45.Michigan      (5-2)          Lost 23-27 to Michigan St            at Minnesota Oct 31

46.Penn St        (5-2)          Lost to Ohio St 10-38                  at Maryland Oct 24

47.Boise St        (5-2)          Lost 26-52 to Utah St                 vs Wyoming Oct 24

48.UCLA            (4-2)          Lost to Stanford                          vs California Oct 22

49.Ole Miss        (5-2)         Lost to Memphis 24-37                vs Texas A&M Oct 24

50.Northwestern (5-2)         Lost to Iowa 10-40                       at Nebraska Oct 24

It is the policy of this publication to never rank teams with a loss in front of teams without a loss. The editor recognizes that some teams with more talent that already have a loss may pass many of these unbeaten teams by the end of the FBS season. The process tends to work itself out over the course of a season. Fourteen teams in the FBS division remain in the ranks of the unbeaten. It’s highly likely that a team such as Alabama, that already has one loss, will be in the thick of the race for a playoff spot at the end of the regular season. It is expected that by week ten or so, the Crimson Tide may be in the thick of things. This may well be the case for several teams that currently have one loss. The editor does not really believe that say, Temple would beat Alabama. Many of the teams above are currently ranked as a matter of principle, according to number of losses. Please roll with it………as previously stated, the process tends to work itself out anyway.

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