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Top four: Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC

State and the rest.

Things are getting complicated atop the Football Bowl Subdivision. What was once a foregone conclusion ?? that the Southeastern Conference ruled the roost ?? has become a two horse race, thanks to the Pac 12 Conference's rapid growth since adding Utah and Colorado for the 2011 season.

Top four: Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, UCF

4. Big Ten

3. ACC

The deepest league in college football has drawn within a whisker of the SEC as a result of huge gains in the South Division. We knew Oregon and Stanford would lead the charge; USC, UCLA and Arizona State have joined the party, however, giving the Pac 12 as many as nine teams capable of winning nine or more games during the regular season. All told, don't be surprised if 10 teams ?? all but California and Colorado ?? end up with seven wins. In a very short period of time, the Pac 12 has closed the gap.

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With media days set to commence across the FBS, here's a midsummer glance at where the conferences rank. At least the bottom part is easy: Conference USA, the Mid American Conference and the Sun Belt conference bring up the rear.

Top four: Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan

the decline from the elite top slice is severe. Hey, someone has to lose.

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1. SEC

7. Mountain West

needs UNC and Miami (Fla.) to deliver, but the ACC is on the rise.

Top four: Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Louisville

5. Big 12

Any league headlined by Florida State earns our respect. But the Seminoles' dominance has contributed to the idea ?? largely unfounded ?? that the ACC lacks depth. In truth, FSU merely outshines a fairly competitive conference: Clemson's superb, Duke is on the rise, Louisville adds punch and as many as five teams could conceivably take home the Coastal Division. The league still Valentino Sneakers For Men

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The Big 12 has an issue: it may be too deep. That seven of the league's 10 teams would be wildly disappointed with a finish outside the postseason ?? and an eighth, West Virginia, would be simply angry with another losing season ?? essentially prevents one single team from escaping the regular season unscathed, perhaps costing the Big 12 a spot in the College Football Playoff. In terms of depth, however, this is a very solid league ?? and it'll improve its standing if Texas can rediscover its groove under Charlie Strong.

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In terms of pure wattage, no league can match the SEC's top half: Alabama, Auburn, LSU and South Carolina lead, followed closely by Georgia and a sixth national contender ?? whether you want to say Texas A Mississippi, Missouri or Florida ?? in creating the deepest cast of potential playoff participants. Where the SEC lags is in its bottom third, where Valentino Rockstud Heels Replica

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Top four: Alabama, Auburn, LSU, South Carolina

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So any FBS conference rankings begin with one or the other, and you can't go wrong either way. What's equally High Heels Green interesting to consider is where the major conferences rank after the top pair: Florida State's part of the ACC, the Big Ten is promising and the Big 12 has Oklahoma and Baylor ?? so it's complicated.

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The American does lose Louisville and Rutgers ?? well, loses Louisville ?? but adds East Carolina, Tulsa and Tulane ?? well, adds ECU. The top four isn't terrible: UCF will be a 10 win threat, Houston is underrated, Cincinnati is always a threat and ECU should hit the ground running from the start. The American's issue lies in the mess beyond the top quartet, a group that may include just one eventual bowl team. Is Tulsa ready to rebound? Can Tulane maintain its current growth against a higher caliber of competition? The league gets ugly after the leaders.

The Mountain West is nipping at the American's heels. Boise State is Boise State. Fresno State reloads without its star skill players but with Tim DeRuyter. Utah State is supremely dangerous despite one of the lowest numbers of returning starters in the country. San Diego State is on an eight win roll. At the same time, perhaps Toledo finally breaks through, ending a frustrating run behind NIU, or perhaps Bowling Green grasps Dino Babers' style to notch another double digit win season. Ball State will also struggle matching last year's 10 win finish, but Buffalo, Akron, Central Michigan and Ohio should at least flirt with the postseason.

6. American

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Urban Meyer's arrival has added some juice to the Big Ten, as has James Franklin's leap from the SEC to Penn State. What the Big Ten needs ?? and this is an annual refrain ?? is a second national contender to join the Buckeyes, with Michigan State pulling the honors a season ago. The Spartans aren't going anywhere in 2014 despite some losses; can Nebraska, Wisconsin and Michigan join the party? If so, the Big Ten is going to leap past the ACC as the nation's third best league. Even if not, the league is solidly in fourth. There is, as always, a good amount of potential.

Top four: Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma, TCU

2. Pac 12

Top four: Boise State, Fresno State, San Diego State, Utah State

The Pac 12 has made its case with numbers unmatched even by the SEC. The latter still leads when it comes to title contenders; Alabama, Auburn, LSU and the rest remain tough to overlook. Where the Pac 12 leads is in wall to wall depth, beginning with Oregon and Stanford, rolling through UCLA and USC, and continuing with Washington, Arizona Valentino Sandals Flat

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