College Football Power Table: Win/Loss 2022

There are various ways to measure the strength of the college football table, and the win/loss method is most commonly used. In fact, this method is used on the NCAA’s Official Website.

The profit/loss method is just as it sounds – it is based on gains and losses. In order to look ahead before any match is played, the win/loss method is based solely on the team’s opponents win/loss record from the previous season.

According to this method, the Navy SEALs have the toughest football schedule for 2022, while UMass Minutemen have the easiest 2022 schedule.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) tops four teams in the top ten in the rankings – Vanderbilt (2), Arkansas (3), Auburn (4) and Mississippi (5). The Big 12 is ranked second with two teams, followed by the ACC, American, Big Ten, and Mountain West with one team each.

Listed below is the full power of the table rankings with win/loss history and win percentage for all 2022 team opponents (including all matches played; numbers you’ve collected Phil Steel).

Football power schedule 2022 | Win/lose method

1. Navy: 100-52 (65.8%)
2- Vanderbilt: 105-55 (65.6%)
3- Arkansas: 102-55 (65.0%)
4 – Auburn: 101-55 (64.7 percent)
5- Mississippi: 98-58, (62.8%)
5- Boise State: 98-58 (62.8%)
7. Louisville: 96-57 (62.7%)
8- Texas: 99-59 (62.7%)
9. Texas Tech: 95-58 (62.1%)
10. Indiana: 96-59 (61.9%)
11. North Carolina: 94-59 (61.4%)
12 – Marshall: 93-59 (61.2 per cent)
13. BYU: 93-60, (60.8%)
14- South Carolina: 92-62 (59.7%)
14- Colorado: 92-62 (59.7%)
16. Texas A&M: 93-63, (59.6%)
16- Arizona: 93-63 (59.6%)
18. Georgia Tech: 91-62, (59.5%)
19. South Georgia: 92-63 (59.4%)
20- Florida: 89-61 (59.3%)
21- Kansas: 91 – 63 (59.1%)
22- Iowa: 92-64 (59.0%)
23- Stanford: 89-63 (58.6%)
24. Tennessee: 93-66 (58.5 percent)
25. West Virginia: 90-64 (58.4 percent)
26- Rice: 89-65 (57.8%)
27- UNLV: 88-65 (57.5%)
28- Illinois: 87-65 (57.2 percent)
29- Northwest: 88-66 (57.1%)
30. LSU: 87-66 (56.9%)
31. Maryland: 86-66 (56.6 percent)
32- Pennsylvania: 87-67 (56.5%)
33- Syracuse: 85-66 (56.3%)
33- USSR: 85-66 (56.3 percent)
35- Florida: 87-68 (56.1%)
36- ULM: 84-67 (55.6%)
37. Iowa: 85-68 (55.6 percent)
37. Old Dominion: 85-68 (55.6%)
39. Ohio: 86-69 (55.5 percent)
40- Troy: 83 – 68 (55.0%)
41. Tulane: 82-68 (54.7 percent)
42. Nebraska: 83-69 (54.6 percent)
42. TCU: 83-69 (54.6%)
42. New Mexico: 83-69 (54.6 percent)
45- Oregon: 84-70 (54.5 percent)
45- Hawaii: 90-75 (54.5 percent)
47. Army: 82-69 (54.3%)
47. Connecticut: 82-69 (54.3 percent)
49- Oregon: 83-70 (54.2%)
50- Kentucky: 84-71 (54.2%)
51. Oklahoma 82-70 (53.9 percent)
52. Georgia: 83-71 (53.9 percent)
53. Wisconsin: 81-70 (53.6 percent)
53- Alabama: 81-70 (53.6%)
53- Tulsa: 81-70 (53.6 percent)
56- Kansas State: 82-71 (53.6%)
56- Western Michigan: 82-71 (53.6%)
58. Clemson: 79-69 (53.4 percent)
59. Wyoming: 80-70 (53.3 percent)
60- Colorado: 81-71 (53.3%)
60- Rutgers: 81-71 (53.3%)
60. Ole Miss: 81-71 (53.3%)
60- Nevada: 81-71 (53.3 percent)
64- Michigan State: 81-72 (52.9%)
64- Akron: 81-72 (52.9%)
66- Appalachian State: 78-70, (52.7 percent).
67- East Carolina: 79-71 (52.7%)
66- Baylor: 80-72 (52.6%)
69- Eastern Michigan: 81-73 (52.6%)
70- Louisiana Tech: 79-72 (52.3%)
71. San Jose State: 80-73 (52.3 percent)
71- Toledo: 80-73 (52.3%)
73- Oklahoma: 81-74 (52.3%)
74. Boston College: 78-72 (52.0%)
75. USC: 78-73, (51.7%)
75- Middle Tennessee: 78-73, (51.7 percent)
77- Missouri: 79-74 (51.6 percent)
78- Florida Atlantic: 78-75 (51.0 percent)
79- Wake Forest: 75-73 (50.7%)
80. James Madison: 70-69 (50.4 percent)
81- Washington: 76-75 (50.3%)
81- Air Force: 76-75 (50.3%)
81- Bowling Green: 76-75 (50.3%)
81- Coastal Carolina 76-75 (50.3%)
85- Virginia 75-75 (50.0%)
85- UAB: 75-75 (50.0%)
87. North Carolina: 74-75 (49.7 percent).
87. Arkansas: 74-75 (49.7 percent)
89- Texas: 75-77 (49.3%)
90. SMU: 74-76, (49.3%)
91- Buffalo: 75-78 (49.0%).
92- International Telecommunication Union (UTSA): 74-77 (49.0 per cent).
93- Notre Dame 73-76 (49.0%).
94. Georgia: 75-79 (48.7 percent)
95. Utah 73-77 (48.7 per cent).
96. Miss South: 72-76, (48.6%)
97. Ball State: St 74-79, (48.4%)
98- Miami OH: 73-78 (48.3%)
98. Charlotte: 73-78 (48.3 percent)
100. Virginia Tech: 72-77 (48.3%)
101. Structure: 72-78 (48.0%)
101- Arizona: 72-78 (48.0%)
103- Cincinnati: 71-78 (47.7 percent)
104- Central Michigan: 72-80 (47.4%)
104- Ohio: 72-80 (47.4 percent)
106. Kent State: 71-79 (47.3 per cent).
107- Utah: 71-80 (4700%)
108- Purdue 70-79 (47.0%).
108. Pete: 70-79 (47.0%)
108- Miami Florida: 70-79 (47.0%)
108- Memphis: 70-79 (47.0%)
112- Michigan 71-81 (46.7%)
113. Minnesota: 70-80 (46.7 percent)
114- California: 69-80 (46.3%)
114- Duke: 69-80 (46.3%)
116. San Diego State: 69-81 (46.0 percent)
117. North Texas: 68-80, (45.9%)
118- Northern Illinois: 69-82 (45.7 percent)
119. WKU: 74-88, (45.7%)
120- Washington State: 68-82 (45.3%)
120- Financial Intelligence Unit: 68-82 (45.3%).
122 – World Federation of Churches: 66-81 (44.9 per cent)
122. South Alabama: 66-81 (44.9 percent)
124- UTEP: 66-83 (44.3%)
125- Houston: 64-84 (43.2%)
126- Fresno State: 64-85 (43.0 percent).
126- New Mexico: 64-85 (43.0 percent).
128- Freedom: 64-86 (42.7 percent)
129- University of California: 63-85 (42.6%)
130- Louisiana: 58-89 (39.5%)
130- UMass: 58-89 (39.5%)