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Final 2014 College Football Regular Season Polls

A quick look at the final college football regular season poll.

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The 2014 college football regular season is officially in the books.  The season had many, many peaks and valleys, but overall it proved to be a very entertaining season.

Due to there being no games coming up, only the final regular season poll is featured, as well as underrated/overrated.  I’ll get into my matchups and upset alert in a separate bowl preview.

Playoff AP Coaches Massey computer composite
1 Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama
2 Oregon Florida State Florida State Oregon
3 Florida State Oregon Oregon TCU
4 Ohio State Baylor Ohio State Ohio State
5 Baylor Ohio State Baylor Florida State
6 TCU TCU TCU Baylor
7 Mississippi State Michigan State Michigan State Ole Miss
8 Michigan State Mississippi State Mississippi State Mississippi State
9 Ole Miss Ole Miss Georgia Tech Michigan State
10 Arizona Georgia Tech Kansas State Georgia
11 Kansas State Kansas State Arizona Auburn
12 Georgia Tech Arizona Ole Miss Kansas State
13 Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Tech
14 UCLA UCLA Missouri UCLA
15 Arizona State Arizona State UCLA Wisconsin
16 Missouri Missouri Arizona State Missouri
17 Clemson Wisconsin Wisconsin Arizona
18 Wisconsin Clemson Clemson LSU
19 Auburn Auburn Auburn Oklahoma
20 Boise State Louisville Louisville Clemson
21 Louisville Boise State Boise State Arizona State
22 Utah LSU Nebraska Boise State
24 USC USC Oklahoma Louisville
25 Minnesota Nebraska Utah Nebraska


#11 Kansas State.  The Wildcats had a very good season, but the teams directly behind them (Georgia Tech, UGA, UCLA) all would beat Kansas State in my opinion.  Luckily, we’ll get to see them square off against UCLA in the Alamo Bowl on January 2nd.


#5 Baylor.  I would have put the Bears in the CFB Playoff ahead of Ohio State.  They had a better loss, as well as the most impressive win between the two teams as well.  Baylor will have to beef up their out of conference schedule in the coming years so this situation won’t happen again.