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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
(07-09-2018 08:09 PM)herdfan129 Wrote:  Todays FCS is not nearly as tough as it used to be. Most of the top programs are now in the FBS.

No doubt. The 1995 and 1996 rankings reflect just how good some of the top FCS programs were that left for the FBS. There was definitely a lot of good teams back then.

1995
#2 Appalachian State
#3 Troy
#6 Marshall
#15 Georgia Southern
#21 Boise State
#25 Middle Tennessee

1996
#1 Marshall
#7 Appalachian State
#8 Troy
#14 Georgia Southern
#18 Middle Tennessee
#25 UConn

Heck, even of just the 7 different teams listed here, there are 15 FCS national championships combined between them all.
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(07-09-2018 10:38 PM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  
(07-09-2018 08:09 PM)herdfan129 Wrote:  Todays FCS is not nearly as tough as it used to be. Most of the top programs are now in the FBS.

No doubt. The 1995 and 1996 rankings reflect just how good some of the top FCS programs were that left for the FBS. There was definitely a lot of good teams back then.

1995
#2 Appalachian State
#3 Troy
#6 Marshall
#15 Georgia Southern
#21 Boise State
#25 Middle Tennessee

1996
#1 Marshall
#7 Appalachian State
#8 Troy
#14 Georgia Southern
#18 Middle Tennessee
#25 UConn

Heck, even of just the 7 different teams listed here, there are 15 FCS national championships combined between them all.

While several of the old high end teams moved up, several other teams have stepped up, so I'll disagree that it's not as strong as it used to be. Other teams got better in the intervening period. Delaware, Villanova, ND, Montana, SHSU, JMU, etc. People may not be as familiar with the new strong teams because their own teams have moved up to FBS, but there have been teams that have stepped up to fill the "void."
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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
Here is a bit of a surprise....

#48 Washington State

I really thought we would be seeing a string of G5's get announced once LA Tech was named.
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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
So, with Washington State in at 48, the PAC-12 sinks just a little farther into the sinkhole known as last place for the P5. Here's your updated projected final standings.

AAC 76.83
MWC 77.50
MAC 79.42
C-USA 79.64
SBC 92.50

BIG-12 44.20
SEC 47.43
B1G 49.07
ACC 52.22
PAC-12 55.91

IND 69.00

7/10/2018

Includes Washington State at 48

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 11 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 7 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 3 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73)
PAC12 - 7 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/10.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (3) – FAU, Marshall and UNT
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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(07-10-2018 05:00 AM)TribeNiner Wrote:  
(07-09-2018 10:38 PM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  
(07-09-2018 08:09 PM)herdfan129 Wrote:  Todays FCS is not nearly as tough as it used to be. Most of the top programs are now in the FBS.

No doubt. The 1995 and 1996 rankings reflect just how good some of the top FCS programs were that left for the FBS. There was definitely a lot of good teams back then.

1995
#2 Appalachian State
#3 Troy
#6 Marshall
#15 Georgia Southern
#21 Boise State
#25 Middle Tennessee

1996
#1 Marshall
#7 Appalachian State
#8 Troy
#14 Georgia Southern
#18 Middle Tennessee
#25 UConn

Heck, even of just the 7 different teams listed here, there are 15 FCS national championships combined between them all.

While several of the old high end teams moved up, several other teams have stepped up, so I'll disagree that it's not as strong as it used to be. Other teams got better in the intervening period. Delaware, Villanova, ND, Montana, SHSU, JMU, etc. People may not be as familiar with the new strong teams because their own teams have moved up to FBS, but there have been teams that have stepped up to fill the "void."

The power shifted to the Midwest - with especially NDSU (who regularly beats p5 teams, SDSU and even USD/UND with occasionally good teams.
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Occasionally, some FCS program are strong enough to be in the middle of the FBS pack.
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(07-10-2018 06:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  Occasionally, some FCS program are strong enough to be in the middle of the FBS pack.

And occasionally higher than that.
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#47 NC State
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Yep, it's NC State in at 47. Here's your update.

AAC 76.75
MWC 77.37
MAC 79.33
C-USA 79.54
SBC 92.45

BIG-12 43.85
SEC 47.14
B1G 48.79
ACC 53.64
PAC-12 55.71

IND 68.90

7/11/2018

Includes NC State at 47

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

47. NC State
48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 11 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 8 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58), NC State (47)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 3 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73)
PAC12 - 7 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/11.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (3) – FAU, Marshall and UNT
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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(07-10-2018 07:58 AM)Side Show Joe Wrote:  Here is a bit of a surprise....

#48 Washington State

I really thought we would be seeing a string of G5's get announced once LA Tech was named.

Portland State did beat Washington State that year also.

BTW the 66-7 whipping by Portland State over North Texas was the largest victory by an FCS over FBS in college football history.
And Voted as the most embarrassing loss ever by Pro Central Sports



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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
North Texas is in at 46, and C-USA slides deeper into fourth place. Here's your updated projected final rankings.

AAC 76.67
MWC 77.25
MAC 79.25
C-USA 81.07
SBC 92.40

BIG-12 43.50
SEC 46.86
B1G 48.50
ACC 53.43
PAC-12 55.50

IND 68.80

7/12/2018

Includes North Texas at 46

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

46. North Texas
47. NC State
48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 12 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49), UNT (46)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 8 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58), NC State (47)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 3 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73)
PAC12 - 7 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/12.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (2) – FAU and Marshall
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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Nitpicky but your count of teams at the bottom needs to change to CUSA (2).

Cracking the top 50 is great. Hopefully Marshall will survive a bit longer
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(07-12-2018 12:50 AM)Dawgxas Wrote:  
(07-10-2018 07:58 AM)Side Show Joe Wrote:  Here is a bit of a surprise....

#48 Washington State

I really thought we would be seeing a string of G5's get announced once LA Tech was named.

Portland State did beat Washington State that year also.

BTW the 66-7 whipping by Portland State over North Texas was the largest victory by an FCS over FBS in college football history.
And Voted as the most embarrassing loss ever by Pro Central Sports




Yep. It was bad but in retrospect it was the catalyst for changes in the AD office that many had been screaming about for years. The head football coach was fired that night after the game which resulted in a huge buyout. The AD was gone at the end of that school year and we can go on and one about how bad he was. We're now seeing changes that on and off the field that give us great hope for the future.

In retrospect, if we had to choose loosing 66-7 or keeping our old AD and old outlook towards athletics, we'd choose the 66-7.
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(07-12-2018 06:35 AM)odu09 Wrote:  Nitpicky but your count of teams at the bottom needs to change to CUSA (2).

Cracking the top 50 is great. Hopefully Marshall will survive a bit longer

Fixed it. Thanks, 09. Keep me straight.

I was hoping our top three could last a little longer. Hopefully we will see Troy, Fresno State, San Diego State, Ohio and Toledo before Marshall makes the list.
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Although I wish we could have more teams ranked ahead of those other G5 programs, I'm very happy with North Texas being #46. That ranking represents great improvement in the eyes of the OS in a very short time.

Since Dawgxas brought it up, our loss to Portland State was only 3 years ago.

I honestly thought we were going to land back in the 70's in this count down. Best of luck to Marshall and FAU. Hope one, or both of you can crack the top 25. 04-cheers
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Im fine with 46 to start the season. But I want to end it much higher than that.

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#45 UCLA
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Yep, it's UCLA in at 45. Here's your update.

AAC 76.58
MWC 77.12
MAC 79.17
C-USA 81.00
SBC 92.35

BIG-12 43.15
SEC 46.57
B1G 48.21
ACC 53.21
PAC-12 57.17

IND 68.70

7/13/2018

Includes UCLA at 45

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

45. UCLA
46. North Texas
47. NC State
48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 12 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49), UNT (46)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 8 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58), NC State (47)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 3 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73)
PAC12 - 8 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48), UCLA (45)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/13.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (2) – FAU and Marshall
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
Kansas State is in at 44. Here's your update.

AAC 76.50
MWC 77.00
MAC 79.08
C-USA 80.93
SBC 92.30

BIG-12 45.00
SEC 46.29
B1G 47.93
ACC 53.00
PAC-12 57.00

IND 68.60

7/14/2018

Includes Kansas State at 44

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

44. Kansas State
45. UCLA
46. North Texas
47. NC State
48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 12 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49), UNT (46)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 8 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58), NC State (47)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 4 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73), Kansas State (44)
PAC12 - 8 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48), UCLA (45)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/14.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (2) – FAU and Marshall
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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RE: Orlando Sentinel Countdown -- 2018
Wake Forest is in at 43. Here's your updated projected final rankings.

AAC 76.42
MWC 76.87
MAC 79.00
C-USA 80.86
SBC 92.25

BIG-12 44.70
SEC 46.00
B1G 47.64
ACC 54.32
PAC-12 56.83

IND 68.50

7/15/2018

Includes Wake Forest at 43

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/co...story.html

43. Wake Forest
44. Kansas State
45. UCLA
46. North Texas
47. NC State
48. Washington State
49. LA Tech
50. Temple
51. Wyoming
52. Buffalo
53. UAB
54. App State
55. Army
56. MTSU
57. Ole Miss
58. Boston College
59. BYU
60. Northern Illinois
61. Missouri
62. Arizona
63. Miami (Ohio)
64. Arkansas State
65. Maryland
66. Louisville
67. Purdue
68. Houston
69. Kentucky
70. California
71. North Carolina
72. South Florida
73. Texas Tech
74. Minnesota
75. Oregon
76. Pitt
77. Navy
78. Air Force
79. Arizona State
80. Cincinnati
81. UNLV
82. Western Michigan
83. SMU
84. Utah State
85. Eastern Michigan
86. Old Dominion
87. New Mexico State
88. Tennessee
89. Georgia Tech
90. Rutgers
91. Arkansas
92. Indiana
93. Baylor
94. Virginia
95. Southern Miss
96. LA Monroe
97. Akron
98. Western Kentucky
99. South Alabama
100. UConn
101. Colorado State
102. Bowling Green
103. UTSA
104. Georgia State
105. Colorado
106. Vanderbilt
107. Illinois
108. Kansas
109. Syracuse
110. New Mexico
111. Tulsa
112. Oregon State
113. Nevada
114. Tulane
115. Georgia Southern
116. Hawaii
117. Central Michigan
118. Louisiana
119. ECU
120. UMass
121. Ball State
122. FIU
123. Coastal Carolina
124. San Jose State
125. Charlotte
126. Kent State
127. Rice
128. Texas State
129. UTEP

AAC - 10 of 12 - ECU (119), Tulane (114), Tulsa (111), UConn (100), SMU (83), Cincinnati (80), Navy (77), South Florida (72), Houston (68), Temple (50)
CUSA - 12 of 14 - UTEP (129), Rice (127), Charlotte (125), FIU (122), UTSA (103), Western Kentucky (98), Southern Miss (95), Old Dominion (86), MTSU (56), UAB (53), LA Tech (49), UNT (46)
MAC - 10 of 12- Kent State (126), Ball State (121), Central Michigan (117), Bowling Green (102), Akron (97), Eastern Michigan (85), Western Michigan, Miami (Ohio) 63, Northern Illinois (60), Buffalo (52)
MWC - 8 of 12- San Jose State (124), Hawaii (116), Nevada (113), New Mexico (110), Colorado State (101), Utah State (84), UNLV (81), Air Force (78), Wyoming (51)
SBC - 9 of 10 - Texas State (128), Coastal Carolina (123), Louisiana (118), Georgia Southern (115), Georgia State (104), South Alabama (99), LA Monroe (96), Arkansas State (64), App State (54)

ACC - 9 of 14 - Syracuse (109), Virginia (94), Georgia Tech (89), Pitt (76), North Carolina (71), Louisville (66), Boston College (58), NC State (47), Wake Forest (43)
B1G - 6 of 14 - Illinois (107), Indiana (92), Rutgers (90), Minnesota (74), Purdue (67), Maryland (65)
BIG12 - 4 of 10 - Kansas (108), Baylor (93), Texas Tech (73), Kansas State (44)
PAC12 - 8 of 12 - Oregon State (112), Colorado (105), Arizona State (79), Oregon (75), California (70), Arizona (62), Washington State (48), UCLA (45)
SEC - 6 of 14 - Vanderbilt (106), Arkansas (91), Tennessee (88), Kentucky (69), Missouri (61), Ole Miss (57)

IND - 4 of 5 - UMass (120), New Mexico State (87), BYU (59), Army (55)

Here are the G5 teams that have yet to make Uncle Matt’s countdown as of 7/15.

AAC (2) – UCF and Memphis
C-USA (2) – FAU and Marshall
MAC (2)– Ohio and Toledo
MWC (3) – Boise State, Fresno State, and San Diego State
SBC (1) – Troy
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