Atlantic Coast Convos Post-National Signing Day 2013 Top 25

Stanford Appears Poised to Contend for a National Championship in 2013

Stanford Appears Poised to Contend for a National Championship in 2013

Following National Signing Day a couple weeks ago, we’re starting to get a better idea on just where teams stand for the 2013 college football season. Based exclusively on returning players, National Signing Day results and your standard blind guessing, our very early 2013 top 25 is included below. Disagree? Like these picks? Feel free to share your thoughts below.

Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 Top 25 (February 19)

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (Last Month: 1)

2. Stanford Cardinal (LM: 3)

3.Texas A&M Aggies (LM: 4)

4.Oregon Ducks (LM: 2)

5. Georgia Bulldogs (LM: 5)

6. Ohio State Buckeyes (LM: 6)

7. South Carolina Gamecocks (LM: 7)

8. Clemson Tigers (LM: 8)

9. Louisville Cardinals (LM: 9)

10. Florida Gators (LM: 13)

11. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (LM: 11)

12. LSU Tigers (LM: 10)

13. Texas Longhorns (LM: 15)

14. Boise State Broncos (LM: 12)

15. Florida State Seminoles (LM: 14)

16. Oregon State Beavers (LM: 16)

17. TCU Horned Frogs (LM: 17)

18. UCLA Bruins (LM: 20)

19. Michigan Wolverines (LM: NR)

20. Oklahoma State Cowboys (LM: 21)

21. Oklahoma Sooners (LM: 18)

22. Northwestern Wildcats (LM: 19)

23. Nebraska Cornhuskers (LM: 23)

24. Vanderbilt Commodores (LM: NR)

25. Ole Miss Rebels (LM: NR)

Per conference: SEC (8), Pac-12 (4), Big Ten (4), Big 12 (4), ACC (2), Big East (1), Independent (1), MWC (1)

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2 thoughts on “Atlantic Coast Convos Post-National Signing Day 2013 Top 25

  1. John, John, John… Stanford #2? Were you drinking some of that Sonoma Valley wine while compiling this list? You left Va Tech out of the top 25 – fair enough, though I have a feeling the Hokies will be there at the end of the season… Stanford #2? REALLY?

    • Who’s going to stop Stanford at this point? They’re the top team in the Pac-12, return nearly every important player from last year’s squad (save Stepfan Taylor) and have a manageable schedule. That defense showed they can put it all together last year and I have faith they’ll do it again in 2013.

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