LSU #1, Oklahoma Jumps to #2, Oklahoma State to #3: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30

Week #4 of the fairest, most unbiased college football rankings out there and not bought and paid for by big corporate ESPN.

The formula is as follows:

If you defeat an opponent, one point for each win they have.

-if you win by 25+, you pick up an extra point for each win they have unless it's a non-Division 1-A team.

If you lose to an opponent, you lose one point for each loss they have

-if you lose by 25+, you lose an extra point for each loss they have. If the loss is to a non-D-1A team, this rule would also apply.

Divide the total by the number of games played.

Here we go...

RNK TEAM
CONF W/L RATING

1 LSU
SEC 8-0 7.25

2 Oklahoma
Big 12 7-1 6.75

3 Oklahoma State
Big 12 8-0 6.50

4 Alabama
SEC 8-0 6.38

5 Stanford
Pac 12 8-0 6.25

6 Boise State
MWC 7-0 6.14

7 Houston
C-USA 8-0 5.00

8 Penn State
Big 10 8-1 4.33

9 Oregon
Pac 12 7-1 4.25

10 Clemson
ACC 8-1 4.03

11 Nebraska
Big 10 7-1 4.02

12 Michigan State
Big 10 6-2 4.01

13 Wisconsin
Big 10 6-2 4.00

14 Virginia Tech
ACC 8-1 3.67

15 Kansas State
Big 12 7-1 3.50

16 Texas
Big 12 5-2 3.43

17 Toledo
MAC 5-3 3.38

18 Michigan
Big 10 7-1 3.26

18 Southern Mississippi
C-USA 7-1 3.26

18 South Carolina
SEC 7-1 3.26

21 West Virginia
Big East 6-2 3.25

22 Texas A&M
Big 12 5-3 3.00

23 North Carolina
ACC 6-3 2.89

24 Cincinnati
Big East 6-1 2.86

25 USC
Pac 12 6-2 2.64

26 Syracuse
Big East 5-3 2.63

26 Notre Dame
IND 5-3 2.63

28 Arkansas
SEC 7-1 2.51

29 Georgia
SEC 6-2 2.50

29 Arkansas State
SunB 6-2 2.50

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LSU maintains the number one spot but Oklahoma rebounded from the Texas Tech loss by blasting Kansas State and jumping back into the #2 slot. Oklahoma State follows Oklahoma into the #3 and Alabama gets recycled back to #4. Stanford falls back to #5, and idle Boise State to #6.

Houston moves up to #7 and hailing distance of the front pack. Penn State joins the top 10 at #8 for the first time this year, followed by Oregon and Clemson, who remains in the top 10 despite suffering their first loss this weekend.

Along with Boise State and Houston, Toledo hangs in at #17, Southern Mississippi at #18, and Arkansas State at #29 for the non-BCS conferences.

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