NCAA College Football Rankings: Oregon Ducks number one in the nation

After seven weeks, TWTC analysts from across the country have seen enough to release the first college football rankings of the year. Photo: The Oregon Ducks are #1 in the country/AP

LOS ANGELES, October 6, 2013 — With seven weeks of the college football season finished, it is time to unveil The Washington Times Communities first rankings of the season. Preseason rankings mean nothing here. All that matters is what has happened on the field once the season started.

The rankings are based on the opinions of various sports writers with The Washington Times Communities from across the country. Teams are a ranked according to the average from all of the writers votes.


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1. Oregon (5-0)

2. Alabama (5-0)

3. Clemson (5-0)

4. Stanford (5-0)


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5. Florida St. (5-0)

6. Ohio St. (6-0)

7. Louisville (5-0)

8. Georgia (4-1)


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9. UCLA (4-0)

10. Texas A&M (4-1)

11. LSU (5-1)

12. Miami (5-0)

13. Oklahoma (5-0)

14. South Carolina (4-1)

15. Baylor (4-0)

16. Washington (4-1)

17. Michigan (5-0)

18. Florida (4-1)

19. Northwestern (4-1)

20. Texas Tech (5-0)

21. Fresno St. (5-0)

22. Oklahoma St. (4-1)

23. Virgina Tech (5-1)

24. Missouri (5-0)

25. Arizona St. (3-2)

Kevin J. Wells is the Sports Editor for The Washington Times Communities and also writes about Major League Baseball and punk rock music. Follow him on Twitter @WellsOnBaseball


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Kevin J Wells

Kevin J. Wells was born and raised in the Los Angeles area in a town called Montrose.  He currently plays guitar for and is a founding member of the Los Angeles punk rock band Emmer Effer.  He has worked in a number of different career fields including Behavioral Therapy, Commodities, Insurance, and most recently a food cart in Portland, OR. Kevin has been both a sports and entertainment columnist and editor for The Washington Times Communities since January 2013.

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