The NCAA Super Rankings poll was created by Brian M. Morgan, a professor of Computer and Information Technology at Marshall University. The poll uses a formula based on several factors developed by Brian to determine its rankings of I-A (Football Bowl Subdivision) teams. He has extensive knowledge of college football, having worked for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and CSTV for the past 25 years doing college football television broadcasts. His love of the game and the current state of "other" polls that exist today led him to develop this site and ranking system. It is his goal to have his rankings considered to help determine college football's next national champion.

Be sure to check in daily or weekly as scores and schedules will be updated the morning after games (and sometimes the night of). Be sure to e-mail me to let me know what you think of the NCAA Super Rankings site!


Past Results:
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
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2009
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2006

Who is the #1 team in College Football's Football Bowl Subdivision? Check out the NCAA Super Rankings. Rankings are based on a formula that is guaranteed to show a true national champion at the end of the season. Updates are made the morning after each game is played, so during the season, check back often. Early on in the season, the rankings may not make sense, but as the season progresses, it will begin to become clear.

Is the same #1 from the AP poll #1 in the Super Rankings?

SEASON STATS:

Games Played:758
Games to be Played:116
Points Per Game:55.9
Avg. Victory Margin:18.8
 
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Advanced Stats
Conference Rankings
Top 20
Group of 5 Top 20
Bottom 10

Past Poll Results:
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006


Cumulative, 2006-Present