Atlantic Coast Convos Early 2013 Top 25 (July 8)

Can Texas or Oklahoma State Emerge From the Big 12 to Contend for a National Title?

Can Texas or Oklahoma State Emerge From the Big 12 to Contend for a National Title?

It’s July! So the next time we turn the calendar, we’ll officially be within one month of the start of college football season. Thus, this is no longer a “too early” projection, and now just reads as “early,” since that makes such a marked difference. As always when you’re basing rankings on nothing but how a team “looks” to you, things have changed from last month’s poll, as you’ll notice below. Completely disagree? Believe that you’re better at ranking teams that have yet to play a game (and are over two months away from doing so)? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 Top 25 (July 8)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (Last: 1)

2. Stanford Cardinal (Last: 2)

3. Texas A&M Aggies (Last: 3)

4. Oregon Ducks (Last: 4)

5. Georgia Bulldogs (Last: 5)

6. Ohio State Buckeyes (Last: 6)

7. South Carolina Gamecocks (Last: 7)

8. Clemson Tigers (Last: 8)

9. Louisville Cardinals (Last: 9)

10. Florida Gators (Last: 10)

11. Boise State Broncos (Last: 11)

12. Texas Longhorns (Last: 12)

13. Oklahoma State Cowboys (Last: 19)

14. TCU Horned Frogs (Last: 15)

15. Oregon State Beavers (Last: 13)

16. LSU Tigers (Last: 14)

17. Florida State Seminoles (Last: 17)

18. UCLA Bruins (Last: 16)

19. Michigan Wolverines (Last: 18)

20. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Last: 20)

21. Northwestern Wildcats (Last: 21)

22. Michigan State Spartans (Last: 22)

23. Fresno State Bulldogs (Last: 25)

24. Vanderbilt Commodores (Last: 23)

25. Miami Hurricanes (Last: NR)

Next Five: Wisconsin, Nebraska, Oklahoma, USC, Ole Miss

Per conference: SEC (7), Big Ten (4), Pac-12 (4), ACC (3), Big 12 (3), MWC (2), American (1), Independent (1)

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