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BGS Big 5 CFB Power Ratings – Week 10

Wheeling, WV (November 4th, 2014)

By Dave Ackermann – Senior Writer

 

Once again, based on the 2nd week of Playoff Committee top 25 rankings, I present my BGS Week 10 Big 5 Conference Power Ratings:

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Here is a link to this week’s POC Rankings (via ESPNCFB):   Play-Off Committee Top 25 Rankings (2)

 

All Big 5 Conference Teams and Independents (The big 68) Power Ratings:

PR# Team Power Rating
1 Mississippi 13.78
2 Auburn 13.38
3 UCLA 13.11
4 Oklahoma 12.88
5 West Virginia 11.78
6 Oregon 11.67
7 USC 11.44
8 Mississippi State 11.38
9 Kansas State 11.13
10 Alabama 10.75
11 Arkansas 10.67
12  Florida State 10.50
13  Notre Dame 10.25
14 Nebraska 10.22
15 Texas Christian 10.13
16 LSU 10.00
T17 Ohio State 9.63
T17 Arizona 9.63
19 Clemson 9.38
20 Washington 9.33
T21 Baylor 9.25
T21 Georgia 9.25
23 Michigan State 9.00
24 Utah 8.63
25 Stanford 8.56
26 Louisville 8.33
27 Florida 8.14
28 Wisconsin 8.00
29 Oklahoma State 7.56
30 Iowa 7.50
31 California 7.22
T32 Texas A&M 7.11
T32 South Carolina 7.11
34 Texas 6.89
35  Michigan 6.78
36 Georgia Tech 6.67
37 Duke 6.38
T38 Syracuse 6.33
T38 Miami (FL) 6.33
40 Minnesota 6.00
41 Missouri 5.67
42 Arizona State 5.63
43 Tennessee 5.44
44 Virginia Tech 5.22
45 Purdue 5.11
T46 Boston College 4.89
T46 Maryland 4.89
48 Kentucky 4.89
49 Penn State 4.63
50 Colorado 4.11
51 North Carolina State 4.00
52 Washington State 3.78
53 Virginia 3.67
54 Iowa State 3.38
55 North Carolina 3.22
56 Pittsburgh 3.11
57 Navy 2.89
58 Rutgers 2.67
59 Oregon State 2.63
60 Texas Tech 2.56
61 BYU 2.22
62 Northwestern 2.13
63 Indiana 1.38
64 Illinois 1.22
65 Wake Forest 0.75
66 Vanderbuilt 0.44
67 Kansas -1.38
68 Army -1.50

 

The Big 5 Conferences and how their teams power Ratings stack-up within each conference:

 

ACC Conference 11/4/2014
Florida State 10.50
Clemson 9.38
Louisville 8.33
Georgia Tech 6.67
Duke 6.38
Syracuse 6.33
Miami (FL) 6.33
Virginia Tech 5.22
Boston College 4.89
North Carolina State 4.00
Virginia 3.67
North Carolina 3.22
Pittsburgh 3.11
Wake Forest 0.75
Big Ten Conference 11/4/2014
Nebraska 10.22
Ohio State 9.63
Michigan State 9.00
Wisconsin 8.00
Iowa 7.50
Michigan 6.78
Minnesota 6.00
Purdue 5.11
Maryland 4.89
Penn State 4.63
Rutgers 2.67
Northwestern 2.13
Indiana 1.38
Illinois 1.22
Big 12 Conference 11/4/2014
Oklahoma 12.88
West Virginia 11.78
Kansas State 11.13
Texas Christian 10.13
Baylor 9.25
Oklahoma State 7.56
Texas 6.89
Iowa State 3.38
Texas Tech 2.56
Kansas -1.38
PAC 12 Conference 11/4/2014
UCLA 13.11
Oregon 11.67
USC 11.44
Arizona 9.63
Washington 9.33
Utah 8.63
Stanford 8.56
California 7.22
Arizona State 5.63
Colorado 4.11
Washington State 3.78
Oregon State 2.63
SEC Conference 11/4/2014
Mississippi 13.78
Auburn 13.38
Mississippi State 11.38
Alabama 10.75
Arkansas 10.67
LSU 10.00
Georgia 9.25
Florida 8.14
Texas A&M 7.11
South Carolina 7.11
Missouri 5.67
Tennessee 5.44
Kentucky 4.89
Vanderbuilt 0.44
Independents 11/4/2014
Notre Dame 10.25
Navy 2.89
BYU 2.22
Army -1.50

 

How the Big 5 Conferences stack-up against each other in this weeks power ratings:

CPR# Conference Power Ratings 11/04/2014
1 SEC Conference 8.43
2 PAC 12 Conference 7.98
3 BIG 12 Conference 7.42
4 Big Ten Conference 5.65
5 ACC Conference 5.63

 

If you have not seen the formulas used for Power Ratings, please see below:

Ranked opponents point system: (Using the Play-Off Committee Top 25 Rankings)
•If the opponent is a top 5 ranked team = 25 points (plus or minus bonuses or deductions)
•If the opponent is a top 6-10 team = 20 points (plus or minus bonuses and deductions)
•If the opponent is a 11-20 ranked team + 10 points (plus or minus bonuses or deductions)
•If the opponent is ranked 21-25 = 7 points (plus or minus bonuses or deductions)
•If the opponent is an unranked Big 5 Conference team = 5 points (plus or minus bonuses or deductions)

Bonuses and Deductions:
•A win against any of the above teams will earn a score differential bonus = (1 bonus point for every 3 points of differential – rounded up)
•A loss against any of the above teams will earn a score differential deduction = (1 point deduction for every 3 points of differential – rounded up)
•A road win against any of the above teams will earn an additional 3 point bonus, (score differential bonus points are limited to 20 per game).

Non-Big 5 Conference Opponents:
•An FBS, but Non Big 5 conference team = 5 points for a win and/or minus 5 points for a loss. (no bonuses for differential or road wins will apply)
•An FCS opponent will be a three point deduction for a win and a 10 point deduction for a loss (no bonuses for differential or road wins will apply)

Keep in mind that this will be a fluid power rating system in that as the rankings change, so will all previous point totals change (up or down). For example, if an opponent was a top 5 ranked team in week 1 of these ratings, but slips to #12 next week when the rankings come out, all previous totals will be adjusted to reflect that this opponent is now #12. If your team played a top 5 team and won or lost, the ranked point values will be based on the new released poll, as an example, WVU beat #4 Baylor, who slipped to #12 so WVU gets values for #12. However, if a team that was ranked #9 goes back to the top 5 this week in the poll released, the values will be based on the top 5 ranking this week. Example, Alabama had slipped to #8 last week, but moved up to #4 in the new poll, WVU will now get the values based on Alabama being Top 5 this week.

 

 

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