Where does LSU football rank all time?

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  1. HittinZX2

    HittinZX2 Living to die laughing

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    I was listening to the Kaare Johnson show on 870 AM yesterday while delivering pizza and he had a pretty good topic that I would like to get some of you guys to answer. Where does LSU rank in football all time. I've only been an LSU fan for three years now and have no clue where to start. What do you guys think?? Who's better than LSU and why?
     
  2. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    this site does it and theres diff decades also. this is all time.

    http://cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/rankings/all_time_team_rankings.php


    Rank
    Team
    Total

    Points
    Win. Pct.

    Points
    Schedule

    Points
    Nat. Champs

    Points
    Big 4 Bowl

    Points

    1
    Notre Dame (IN)
    2328.12
    745.66
    730.10
    550.00
    302.35

    2
    Alabama
    2285.99
    712.52
    728.93
    500.00
    344.53

    3
    Southern California
    2166.91
    693.76
    689.81
    400.00
    383.33

    4
    Oklahoma
    2105.00
    710.89
    667.02
    350.00
    377.08

    5
    Michigan
    2073.69
    744.10
    772.44
    250.00
    307.14

    6
    Ohio St.
    1977.33
    709.69
    680.14
    250.00
    337.50

    7
    Nebraska
    1965.30
    709.28
    681.02
    250.00
    325.00

    8
    Texas
    1932.93
    706.77
    751.16
    150.00
    325.00

    9
    Louisiana St.
    1784.99
    631.80
    734.44
    100.00
    318.75

    10
    Georgia Tech
    1782.46
    593.66
    731.30
    150.00
    307.50
     
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    Wow... I did not know that Yale has more national championship points than USC and many others. :shock:

    Also, I counted 74 schools that have never won a NC. Pretty nice to have two at LSU.
     
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    Check out Army (40) and Navy (39).
     
  9. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Even with another NC this year, we look at moving up within 75-100 points of 8th place Texas. It would take 2 more NCs just to move up into the #6- #8 range.

    The good thing with this list is that Notre Dame and Alabama are not going to be great anytime soon, so teams listed #3 and lower will all be able to catch up on them in the next 5 years or so. Look for Oklahoma or USC to take over first place by then (with the other team being 2nd place). Michigan will be close to 3rd by then.

    My guess from looking at the numbers is that LSU was more than likely #14 before last year's season. A 5 position jump in one year is sweet.
     

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