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Dad's Accomplishment Rankings After Week 13

After the final games of the regular season (for most teams), I've updated my Accomplishment Rankings.

At the top again this week is UW. Not only did they gain points with the win over WSU, but wins by Cal over UCLA and Boise State over Air Force helped. So did Tulsa's win over East Carolina.

Here are my top 25 teams.

Rank

Team

Conference

Wins

Losses

Points

Previous

Change

1

Washington

Pac12

12

0

139

1

0

2

Michigan

Big10

12

0

128

7

5

3

Texas

Big12

11

1

126

2

-1

3

Georgia

SEC

12

0

126

2

-1

5

Florida State

ACC

12

0

125

5

0

6

Alabama

SEC

11

1

121

6

0

7

Ohio State

Big10

11

1

117

2

-5

8

Oregon

Pac12

11

1

105

10

2

9

Oklahoma

Big12

10

2

103

11

2

10

Penn State

Big10

10

2

102

9

-1

11

Louisville

ACC

10

2

98

8

-3

12

Iowa

Big10

10

2

91

14

2

13

Ole Miss

SEC

10

2

90

12

-1

14

Missouri

SEC

10

2

88

13

-1

15

LSU

SEC

9

3

82

15

0

16

Oklahoma State

Big12

9

3

75

17

1

17

Clemson

ACC

8

4

72

20

3

18

NC State

ACC

9

3

71

26

8

19

Notre Dame

Ind

9

3

69

17

-2

20

Arizona

Pac12

9

3

67

19

-1

21

Kansas State

Big12

8

4

63

16

-5

22

Utah

Pac12

8

4

62

21

-1

23

Liberty

Conf USA

12

0

61

21

-2

24

Kansas

Big12

8

4

60

24

0

25

Oregon State

Pac12

8

4

56

23

-2

Texas and Georgia were still tied, which was a big surprising.

The big mover this week is NC State after their win over North Carolina-which was the team that dropped out of the rankings.

Michigan had the next-biggest move with their win over Ohio State. And Ohio State had a similar big drop.

The other teams which had big drops were Louisville and Kansas State, both of whom lost their games. Oregon State also dropped, but not as much.

Otherwise, the changes with the rest of the teams were minor (or not at all).

My expectation is that the CFP will again put Tulane and probably Tennessee in the top 25. I have those teams at #29 and #30 respectively.

It will be interesting to see which of the teams in my ranking are not in the CFP. Of the teams at the bottom of my rankings, most won their games. Oregon State didn't, but they were ranked #16 and lost to the #5 team, so I doubt that they will drop out. Kansas State was #19 and lost to Iowa State, so it's possible that they would drop out. Kansas wasn't ranked by the CFP last week, and it's possible that their win over Cincinnati wouldn't be enough to move them into the top 25.

Otherwise, I think that this ranking will at least include the rest of the teams in the CFP ranking this week; but again, the order will likely be different.