Transfer Portal Top Tight Ends. 10 Best Players Switching Teams

2022 College Football Transfer Portal. The top 10 wide receivers and who’ll likely make the biggest impact?

Who are all of the top 10 tight ends in the 2022 college football transfer portal and where are the best ones going – or are likely to go?


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Transfer Portal: Top 10 Tight Ends

Who are the top 10 tight ends in the transfer portal? Based on how much of an impact we think they’ll have on the next two college football seasons, here are the stars of the bunch.

When it comes to the projections and predicted new schools, they’re based on the best fits for the players to go along with the rumors.

2022 Transfer Portal Top Players 
QBs | RBs | WRs

1 Jahleel Billingsley

Former School Alabama
New School Texas

2 Austin Stogner

Former School Oklahoma
New School South Carolina

3 Michael Trigg

Former School USC
New School Ole Miss

4 Daniel Parker

Former School Missouri
New School Oklahoma

5 Messiah Swinson

Former School Missouri
New School Arizona State

6 Trinity Bell

Former School Tennessee
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Nebraska (possibly as a defensive lineman)

7 JJ Pegues

Former School Auburn
New School Ole Miss

8 Landon Morris

Former School Syracuse
New School Utah

9 Kemore Gamble

Former School Florida
New School UCF

10 Messiah Swinson

Former School Missouri
New School UNDECIDED
Arizona State

2022 Transfer Portal Top Players 
QBs | RBs | WRs

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Transfer Portal Top Wide Receivers. 20 Best Players Switching Teams

2022 College Football Transfer Portal. The top 20 wide receivers and who’ll likely make the biggest impact?

Who are all of the top 20 wide receivers in the 2022 college football transfer portal and where are the best ones going – or are likely to go?


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Transfer Portal: Top 20 Wide Receivers

Who are the top 20 wide receivers in the transfer portal? Based on how much of an impact we think they’ll have on the next two college football seasons, here are the stars of the bunch.

When it comes to the projections and predicted new schools, they’re based on the best fits for the players to go along with the rumors.

1 Jermaine Burton

Former School Georgia
New School Alabama

2 Mario Williams

Former School Oklahoma
New School USC

3 Jadon Haselwood

Former School Oklahoma
New School Arkansas

4 Jacob Cowing

Former School UTEP
New School Arizona

5 Isaiah Neyor

Former School Wyoming
New School Texas

6 Jacob Copeland

Former School Florida
New School Maryland

7 Antwane Wells

Former School James Madison
New School South Carolina

8 Kobe Hudson

Former School Auburn
New School UCF

9 Malik Heath

Former School Mississippi State
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Florida

10 Taj Harris

Former School LSU
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Penn State

11 Mycah Pittman

Former School Oregon
New School Florida State

12 Brenden Rice

Former School Colorado
New School USC

13 Bru McCoy

Former School USC
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Tennessee

14 Deion Smith

Former School LSU
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Mississippi State

15 Frank Ladson

Former School Clemson
New School Miami

16 Jeremy Singleton

Former School Houston
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Georgia Southern

17 Jadan Blue

Former School Temple
New School Virginia Tech

18 Kyren Lacy

Former School Louisiana
New School LSU

19 Jake Bobo

Former School Duke
New School UCLA

20 Joshua Moore

Former School Texas
New School SMU

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Top 30 2021 NFL Draft Early Entrants
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Transfer Portal Top Running Backs. 20 Best Players Switching Teams

2022 College Football Transfer Portal. The top 20 running backs and who’ll likely make the biggest impact?

Who are all of the top 20 running backs in the 2022 college football transfer portal and where are the best ones going – or are likely to go?


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Transfer Portal: Top 20 Running Backs

Who are the top 20 running backs in the transfer portal? Based on how much of an impact we think they’ll have on the next two college football seasons, here are the stars of the bunch.

We’ll add more and adjust as players become available through the process.

When it comes to the projections and predicted new schools, they’re based on the best fits for the players to go along with the rumors.

1 Travis Dye

Former School Oregon
New School USC

2 Jahmyr Gibbs

Former School Georgia Tech
New School Alabama

3 Jarek Broussard

Former School Colorado
New School Oregon

4 Zach Evans

Former School TCU
New School Ole Miss

5 Xazavian Valladay

Former School Wyoming
New School Arizona State

Top 20 Transfer Portal Quarterbacks

6 Jalen Berger

Former School Wisconsin
New School Michigan State

7 Noah Cain

Former School Penn State
New School LSU

8 Tiyon Evans

Former School Tennessee
New School Louisville

9 Lyn-J Dixon

Former School Clemson
New School West Virginia

10 Montrell Johnson

Former School Louisiana
New School Florida

11 Ky Thomas

Former School Minnesota
New School Kansas

12 Christian Beal-Smith

Former School Wake Forest
New School South Carolina

13 Christopher Brooks

Former School Cal
New School BYU

14 Hassan Hall

Former School Louisville
New School Georgia Tech

15 Daveon Hunter

Former School Hawaii
New School Liberty

16 Juwaun Price

Former School New Mexico State
New School Syracuse

17 Dylan McDuffie

Former School Buffalo
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit UCF

18 Emani Bailey

Former School Louisiana
New School TCU

19 Henry Parrish

Former School TCU
New School Miami

20 Bentavious Thompson

Former School UCF
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Clemson

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AP Poll Top 25, College Basketball Rankings Week 12

AP Top 25 Poll – where do all the top teams stand in the latest AP college basketball rankings after Week 12?

Where do all the top teams rank in the Week 12 AP Top 25 college basketball poll? Which teams just missed out, but received votes?


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2021 AP Top 25 College Basketball Poll: Week 12

Others Receiving Votes
BYU 120, Alabama 77, Texas 61, Colorado State 57, Florida State 50, Loyola Chicago 21, Oregon 19, Wake Forest 12, Murray State 10, Indiana 10, Iowa 8, TCU 6, Miami 4, Saint Mary’s 3, Boise State 3, Florida 3, Wyoming 2, Seton Hall 1, Iona 1

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in last week’s rankings.      

25 Davidson Wildcats 16-2 132 (NR)

24. Illinois Fighting Illini 13-5 155 (17)

23. Iowa State Cyclones 14-5 167 (15)

22. Marquette Golden Eagles 14-6 177 (NR)

21. Xavier Musketeers 14-4 269 (20)

20. UConn Huskies 13-4 284 (25)

19. LSU Tigers 15-4 399 (13)

18. Tennessee Volunteers 13-5 419 (24)

17. Providence Friars 16-2 542 (21)

16. Ohio State Buckeyes 12-4 584 (19)

15. USC Trojans 16-2 711 (16)

14. Villanova Wildcats 14-5 713 (11)

13. Texas Tech Red Raiders 15-4 766 (18)

12. Kentucky Wildcats 15-4 822 (12)

11. Wisconsin Badgers 15-3 894 (8)

10. Michigan State Spartans 15-3 979 (14)

9. Duke Blue Devils 15-3 1017 (6)

T7. Houston Cougars 17-2 1116 (10)

T7. UCLA Bruins 13-2 1116 (9)

6. Purdue Boilermakers 16-3 1119 (4)

5. Kansas Jayhawks 16-2 1281 (7)

4. Baylor Bears 17-2 1335 (5)

3. Arizona Wildcats 16-1 1381, 1 1st (3)

2. Gonzaga Bulldogs 15-2 1475, 15 1st  (1)

1. Auburn Tigers 18-1, 45 1st (2)

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AP Poll Top 25 Projection, College Basketball Rankings Prediction Week 12

What will the latest AP Top 25 college basketball poll possibly be on January 24? We make our best guess prediction before the real poll comes out on Monday morning

What will the latest 2022 AP Poll potentially look like? It’s our predicted best guess on the early college basketball rankings after Week 12.


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Note that this is NOT the actual 2022 college basketball AP Poll – it’s our prediction and projection of what it might be before it’s released.

AP Poll Prediction: Week 12

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in last week’s rankings.      

25 Davidson Wildcats 16-2 (NR)

24. BYU Cougars 17-4 (NR)

23. Xavier Musketeers 14-4 (20)

22. UConn Huskies 13-4 (25)

21. Illinois Fighting Illini 13-5 (17)

20. LSU Tigers 15-4 (13)

19. Iowa State Cyclones 14-5 (15)

18. Tennessee Volunteers 13-5 (24)

17. Providence Friars 16-2 (21)

16. Ohio State Buckeyes 12-4 (19)

15. Texas Tech Red Raiders 15-4 (18)

14. Kentucky Wildcats 15-4 (12)

13. Villanova Wildcats 14-5 (11)

12. USC Trojans 16-2 (16)

11. Wisconsin Badgers 15-3 (8)

10. Michigan State Spartans 15-3 (14)

9. Houston Cougars 17-2 (10)

8. Duke Blue Devils 15-3 (6)

7. Purdue Boilermakers 16-3 (4)

6. UCLA Bruins 13-2 (9)

5. Kansas Jayhawks 16-2 (7)

4. Baylor Bears 17-2 (5)

3. Arizona Wildcats 16-1 (3)

2. Auburn Tigers 18-1 (2)

1. Gonzaga Bulldogs 15-2 (1)

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Transfer Portal Top Quarterbacks. Where Are The Best Players Going?

2022 College Football Transfer Portal. The top 20 quarterbacks and who’ll likely make the biggest impact?

Who are all of the top quarterbacks in the 2022 college football transfer portal and where are the best quarterbacks going – or are likely to go?


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Transfer Portal: Top Quarterbacks

Who are the top quarterbacks in the transfer portal? Based on how much of an impact we think they’ll have on the next two college football seasons, here are the stars of the bunch.

This is fluid. We’ll add more and adjust as players become available through the process.

When it comes to the projections and predicted new schools, they’re based on the best fits for the players to go along with the rumors.

1 Caleb Williams

Former School Oklahoma
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit USC

2 Quinn Ewers

Former School Ohio State
New School Texas

3 Kedon Slovis

Former School USC
New School Pitt

4 JT Daniels

Former School Georgia
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Notre Dame (UCLA or Notre Dame would be the best fit, but the likely landing is Ole Miss if Jaxson Dart doesn’t transfer there.)

5 Max Johnson

Former School LSU
New School Texas A&M

6 Jaxson Dart

Former School USC
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Ole Miss

7 Dillon Gabriel

Former School UCF
New School Oklahoma

8 Spencer Rattler

Former School Oklahoma
New School South Carolina

9 Bo Nix

Former School Auburn
New School Oregon

10 Cameron Ward

Former School Incarnate Word
New School Washington State

11 Adrian Martinez

Former School Nebraska
New School Kansas State

12 Michael Penix Jr

Former School Indiana
New School Washington

13 Zach Calzada

Former School Texas A&M
New School Auburn

14 Jayden de Laura

Former School Washington State
New School Arizona

15 Casey Thompson

Former School Texas
New School Nebraska

16 Emory Jones

Former School Florida
New School UNDECIDED
Likely Landing or Best Fit Illinois

17 Jack Plummer

Former School Purdue
New School Cal

18 John Rhys Plumlee

Former School Ole Miss
New School UCF

19 Grant Wells

Former School Marshall
New School Virginia Tech

20 Braxton Burmeister

Former School Virginia Tech
New School San Diego State

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College Football Rankings 1 To 130: 2021 Season Formula. Who Had The Best Years?

College Football Season Rankings. How did all 130 teams stack up – and who had the most fun – according to the CFN Season Ranking Formula?

The 2021 Final College Football News Season Rankings from No. 1 to 130? How did all the seasons stack up based on the CFN Season Formula.


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CFN College Football Rankings: 2021 Final Season Rankings

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The CFN Season Formula is based on straight numbers, wins, losses, and strengths of schedules to measure just how good a season really was, and NOT how good we thought all of the teams were.

That’s what the CFN Opinion Rankings are for.

This is all about evaluating every team’s season from start to finish with an emphasis on the big wins, the painful losses, and who had the toughest and easiest roads.

This formula – used to compare seasons on a historical basis, as well as year-by-year – only cares about victories and the raw numbers, completely taking out the eye test.

It’s simple … was your schedule good, and did you win with it? Then your ranking is high. Was your schedule mediocre? This exposes that. Here’s the breakdown of how the CFN Season Formula is calculated.

One more note before getting started. The idea of the “best” and “worst” wins are based on how important the wins are according to the formula. For example, of course South Carolina’s most important and biggest wins were against Florida, Auburn, and in the bowl game against North Carolina, but technically, beating East Carolina – who finished 7-6 – was the “best” win.

Basically, which teams had the most fun, and which teams didn’t?

130 UMass Minutemen (1-11)

2021 CFN Season Score -6.13
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 130
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 129
Best Win UConn 27-13
Worst Loss Rhode Island 35-22
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 129.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 130

129 UConn Huskies (1-11)

2021 CFN Season Score -5.17
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 129
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 128
Best Win Yale 21-15
Worst Loss Holy Cross 38-28
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 128.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 129

128 Vanderbilt Commodores (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -3.49
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 73
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 104
Best Win Colorado State 24-21
Worst Loss East Tennessee State 23-3
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 116
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 120

127 Akron Zips (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -3.19
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 125
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 127
Best Win at Bowling Green 35-20
Worst Loss Ohio 34-17
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 127
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 127

126 FIU Golden Panthers (1-11)

2021 CFN Season Score -2.49
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 115
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 130
Best Win Long Island 48-10
Worst Loss at Southern Miss 37-17
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 128
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 128

125 Arizona Wildcats (1-11)

2021 CFN Season Score -1.88
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 72
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 86
Best Win Cal 10-3
Worst Loss Northern Arizona 21-19
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 105.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 106

124 Duke Blue Devils (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score -1.03
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 83
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 107
Best Win Northwestern 30-23
Worst Loss Georgia Tech 31-27
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 115.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T118

123 New Mexico State Aggies (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.97
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 126
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 126
Best Win UMass 44-27
Worst Loss at New Mexico 34-25
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 124.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 126

122 New Mexico Lobos (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.95
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 106
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 125
Best Win at Wyoming 14-3
Worst Loss UNLV 31-17
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 123.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 125

121 Kansas Jayhawks (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.65
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 81
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 83
Best Win at Texas 57-56
Worst Loss at Duke 52-33
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 102
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 104

120 UNLV Rebels (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.53
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 110
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 113
Best Win Hawaii 27-13
Worst Loss Eastern Washington 35-33
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 116.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 121

119 Temple Owls (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.29
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 37
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 118
Best Win Memphis 34-31
Worst Loss at USF 34-14
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 118.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T122

118 Northwestern Wildcats (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.24
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 32
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 80
Best Win Rutgers 21-7
Worst Loss at Duke 30-23
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 99
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 101

117 USF Bulls (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.21
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 105
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 103
Best Win Temple 34-14
Worst Loss at Tulane 45-14
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 110
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 112

116 Arkansas State Red Wolves (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score -0.18
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 97
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 123
Best Win at ULM 27-24
Worst Loss at Georgia Southern 59-33
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 119.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 124

115 Texas State Bobcats (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 0.39
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 28
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 122
Best Win South Alabama 33-31
Worst Loss Incarnate Word 59-21
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 118.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T122

114 Colorado State Rams (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 0.45
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 93
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 117
Best Win at Toledo 22-6
Worst Loss South Dakota State 42-23
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 115.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T118

113 Ohio Bobcats (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 0.82
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 111
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 112
Best Win Miami University 35-33
Worst Loss Duquesne 28-26
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 112.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 113

112 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 1.03
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 100
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 114
Best Win North Texas 24-17
Worst Loss Southern Miss 35-19
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 113
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 114

111 Tulane Green Wave (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score 1.65
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 78
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 99
Best Win USF 45-14
Worst Loss at Memphis 33-28
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 105
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 105

110 Southern Miss Golden Eagles (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 1.77
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 35
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 119
Best Win at Louisiana Tech 35-19
Worst Loss at Rice 24-19
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 114.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T116

109 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 1.86
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 64
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 82
Best Win North Carolina 45-22
Worst Loss Virginia Tech 26-17
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 95.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T98

108 Georgia Southern Eagles (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 1.91
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 87
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 121
Best Win at Texas State 38-30
Worst Loss at South Alabama 41-14
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 114.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T116

107 Indiana Hoosiers (2-10)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.00
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 31
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 88
Best Win at WKU 33-31
Worst Loss Rutgers 38-3
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 97.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 100

106 Washington Huskies (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.19
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 13
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 75
Best Win Cal 31-24
Worst Loss Montana 13-7
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 90.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 94

105 Bowling Green Falcons (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.22
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 127
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 108
Best Win at Minnesota 14-10
Worst Loss Akron 35-20
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 106.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking T108

104 ULM Warhawks (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.57
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 124
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 124
Best Win Liberty 31-28
Worst Loss Arkansas State 27-24
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 114
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 115

103 Buffalo Bulls (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.75
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 99
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 109
Best Win at Old Dominion 35-34
Worst Loss Bowling Green 56-44
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 106
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 107

102 Stanford Cardinal (3-9)

2021 CFN Season Score 2.81
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 77
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 85
Best Win Oregon 31-24
Worst Loss Washington 20-13
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 93.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 96

101 Rice Owls (4-8)

2021 CFN Season Score 3.32
CFN 2021 Preseason Ranking 120
2021 CFN Final Opinion Ranking 116
Best Win at UAB 30-24
Worst Loss at Charlotte 31-24
2021 CFN Combined Final Ranking 108.5
2021 CFN Combined Overall Ranking 111

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College Football Win Totals 2021: Who Overperformed, Underperformed, How Did We Do?

College Football 2021 Win Totals: Looking back to see who did well, who underachieved, and how we did with all of our picks.

Before the 2021 season started, we did all the previews and made all the predictions. How did the teams do compared to their projected win totals? How were our picks?


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2021 College Football Win Totals: How did everyone do?
CFN Preseason Projections. Who Finished …
+3 to +5 | +2+1, 0, -1 | -2 | -3 to -6
2021 Preseason Betting Lines. Who Finished …
Over +5.5 to +2.5 | +2 to +1.5+ 1 to +0.5 | Even
Under -0.5 to -1 | -1.5 to -2 | -2.5 to -6

It’s our drill we do every offseason.

We do all the previews, all of the research, and then we try to get the picks and the projected win totals as close to the pin as possible.

Sometimes we’re dead-on right, sometime we miss by 20 miles, but as long as there’s some logic and reason behind everything, it all tends to work out fine.

How did every college football team do compared to their 2021 projected win totals? Here were our win total predictions, along with the general consensus win total betting lines for each team and the regular season wins.

The goal is always to be +/-1 one way or another with our predictions, but more importantly to the investment world, did we get the over/under totals right?

To cut to the chase, last year we were on the right side of the consensus betting world preseason win total for 57 teams, were on the wrong side for 46 of them, were even/push on 26, and Rutgers didn’t have an official win total.

And the betting lines? The Over came through for 61 teams, the under for 59,  and 9 pushed.

Who overperformed, who underperformed, and who came in about where we thought they did. Again, this is just the regular season – no conference championships or bowls.

College Football Win Totals 2021: How did everyone do?

The number after each team is the difference – positive or negative – in how much each team overperformed or underperformed compared to the CFN 2021 preseason projections.

Win Totals: We Missed BIG. “No one respects us.”

Michigan State 5

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 5
Regular Season Wins: 10

Utah State 5

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 4
Regular Season Wins: 9

UTSA 5

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 6
Regular Season Wins: 11

Baylor 4

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 6
Regular Season Wins: 10

Northern Illinois 4

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 4
Regular Season Wins: 8

Old Dominion 4

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 2
Regular Season Wins: 6

UTEP 4

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 3
Regular Season Wins: 7

Wake Forest 4

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 6
Regular Season Wins: 10

Arkansas 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 5
Regular Season Wins: 8

BYU 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 7
Regular Season Wins: 10

Fresno State 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 6
Regular Season Wins: 9

Houston 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 8
Regular Season Wins: 11

Louisiana 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 8
Regular Season Wins: 11

North Texas 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 3
Regular Season Wins: 6

Oklahoma State 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 8
Regular Season Wins: 11

Oregon State 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 4
Regular Season Wins: 7

Pitt 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 7
Regular Season Wins: 10

San Diego State 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 8
Regular Season Wins: 11

ULM 3

CFN Preseason Win Total Prediction: 1
Regular Season Wins: 4

2021 College Football Win Totals: How did everyone do?
CFN Preseason Projections. Who Finished …
+3 to +5 | +2+1, 0, -1 | -2 | -3 to -6
2021 Preseason Betting Lines. Who Finished …
Over +5.5 to +2.5 | +2 to +1.5+ 1 to +0.5 | Even
Under -0.5 to -1 | -1.5 to -2 | -2.5 to -6

NEXT: Win Totals: We Missed A Bit. Good For These Teams

AP Poll Top 25, College Basketball Rankings Week 11

AP Top 25 Poll – where do all the top teams stand in the latest AP college basketball rankings after Week 11?

Where do all the top teams rank in the Week 11 AP Top 25 college basketball poll? Which teams just missed out, but received votes?


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2021 AP Top 25 College Football Poll: Week 11

Others Receiving Votes
Iowa 56, BYU 50, Davidson 34, Alabama 26, San Diego State 25, Miami (FL) 21, Oregon 15, West Virginia 14, Colorado State 13, Texas A&M 10, Oklahoma 7, TCU 4, Indiana 2, North Carolina 2

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in last week’s rankings.      

25. UConn Huskies 11-4 73 (NR)

24. Tennessee Volunteers 11-5  92(22)

23. Texas Longhorns 12-3 185 (21)

22. Loyola Chicago 13-2 193 (NR)

21. Providence Friars 14-2 350 (23)

20. Xavier Musketeers 13-3 427 (17)

19. Ohio State Buckeyes 11-4 465 (16)

18. Texas Tech Red Raiders 13-4 509 (19)

17. Illinois Fighting Illini 13-3 521 (25)

16. USC Trojans 14-2 618 (5)

15. Iowa State Cyclones 14-3 665 (15)

14. Michigan State Spartans 14-3 681 (10)

13. LSU Tigers 15-2 738 (12)

12. Kentucky Wildcats 14-3 804 (18)

11. Villanova Wildcats 13-4 908 (14)

10. Houston Cougars 15-2 1036 (11)

9. UCLA Bruins 11-2 1041 (3)

8. Wisconsin Badgers 14-2 1056 (13)

7. Kansas Jayhawks 14-2 1192 (9)

6. Duke Blue Devils 14-2 1205 (8)

5. Baylor Bears 15-2 1238 (1)

4. Purdue Boilermakers 14-2 1255 (7)

3. Arizona Wildcats 14-1 1320 (6)

2. Auburn Tigers 16-1 1482 (36 1st place) (4)

1. Gonzaga Bulldogs 14-2 1486 (25 1st place) (2)

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AP Poll Top 25 Projection, College Basketball Rankings Prediction Week 11

What will the AP Top 25 college basketball poll be on January 17 We make our best guess prediction before the real poll comes out on Monday morning

What will the 2022 AP Poll potentially look like? It’s our predicted best guess on the latest college basketball rankings after Week 11.


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Note that this is NOT the actual 2022 college basketball AP Poll – it’s our prediction and projection of what it might be before its release.

AP Poll Prediction: Week 11

Number in parentheses is where each team finished in the most recent rankings.    

25. UConn Huskies 11-4 (NR)

24. Colorado State Rams 13-1 (NR)

23. Tennessee Volunteers 10-4 (22)

22. Providence Friars 14-2 (23)

21. Texas Tech Red Raiders 11-3 (19)

20. USC Trojans 13-0 (5)

19. Xavier Musketeers 12-2 (17)

18. Ohio State Buckeyes 10-3 (16)

17. Iowa State Cyclones 13-2 (15)

16. Texas Longhorns 12-3 (21)

15. LSU Tigers 14-1 (12)

14. Illinois Fighting Illini 11-3 (25) 13-3

13. Kentucky Wildcats 12-3 (18)

12. Michigan State Spartans 13-2 (10) 14-3

11. Wisconsin Badgers 13-2 (13)

10. Villanova Wildcats 11-4 (14)

9. UCLA Bruins 10-1 (3)

8. Baylor Bears 15-0 (1)

7. Kansas Jayhawks 12-2 (9)

6. Houston Cougars 14-2 (11)

5. Arizona Wildcats 12-1 (6)

4. Duke Blue Devils 12-2 (8)

3. Purdue Boilermakers 13-2 (7)

2. Auburn Tigers 14-1 (4)

1. Gonzaga Bulldogs 12-2 (2)

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