Rankings are very serious business. Serious business is boring business. The Top Whatever (see the latest edition below -- the editions before that one will probably not work) is the only college football ranking that takes itself appropriately seriously. For real, none of them actually matter, outside of like one month at the end of the season.
Please use this for all your college football arguments, online and in real life
Good luck with that system you built for normal seasons, voters!
For too long, college football voters have been motivated by fear. This season, let their ballots sing with inspiration.
For no reason at all, let’s imagine a September-less CFB season.
Let’s assign point values to each NFL Draft spot since 1970 and see what we can learn.
Here’s a team made up of the best performers in the history of the NFL Combine.
The NFL’s budding punters debate the puntability of a wide array of items.
How well did each team recruit, relative to its established norm?
Per the rankings, these are the teams that hauled the most talent out of every state.
How long’s it been since your state had a five-star?
Congratulations to your school and its rival for both signing the #1 recruit.
Georgia’s rise and California’s slip mean the Big Three is officially the Big Four.
Let’s find the most schedule-doomed team of each decade in college football history.
There’s no agreed-upon definition. Here are different lenses for that argument, along with an answer (or two) for each.
The most underrated team from every preseason AP Poll ever.
Here’s the biggest disappointment from every preseason poll in AP history.
Or the closest thing to it, based on historical consensus. We’ll also do a final count at the end.
Each week or so, The Top Whatever ranks all the college football things that must be ranked. This edition ranks the entire 2019 season’s postseason.
College football is massive and doesn’t lend itself to state championships, but we can do our best to fill that void.
The Tide co-starred in most of the decade’s biggest moments.