The NFL Draft came and went, and it will forever go down as the draft of the quarterback. It marks only the fourth time in NFL history in which at least five quarterbacks were chosen in the first round. It's the first time in 22 years that the first three picks were all quarterbacks, and the eight quarterbacks selected in...
Alternative College Football Rankings
The college sports AP ranking system is the most important ranking policy across college basketball and college football. It as become less important for college football as the college football playoff committee now decides who plays for the national championship but with college basketball, the AP rankings are as important as ever to decide who gets college basketball bragging rights for the week.
However, as with any ranking system the AP Top 25 is flawed due to voting biases and a bevy of other factors that make the system flawed. So I propose a new ranking system that will be updated week by week through the college football and basketball seasons, in this system any time a lower ranked team defeats a higher ranked team the two teams switch rankings. So for example, lets say team A is ranked 3rd in the nation and team B is an unranked team, in a future matchup in which team B upsets team A, team B then becomes the 3rd ranked team in the nation and team A is now unranked. For the fun of it we'll call this ranking system the Ric Flair ranking system in honor of his now infamous quote "To be the man, you gotta beat the man."
To get our initial top 25, we rely on the preseason AP top 25 but from that point on we let the chaos of college athletics do the ranking for us.
Ric Flair College Football Rankings
With our ranking system, Georgia, Texas Tech, Pittsburgh and USC are the teams deserving of a chance to win the college football national championship. (12-1) Georgia would be hosting (11-2) USC, while (6-6) Texas Tech would welcome (5-7) Pittsburgh. We believe our ranking system is just as fair and unbiased as the college football playoff committee :)
*Denotes teams ranked in the top 25 under the Ric Flair system but not under the college football playoff committee.
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