ESPN final 2022 college football power rankings

Sadly, the 2022 college football season got here to an in depth final week, and we’ve got to attend almost 9 months for the very best sport to renew. However, we are able to look ahead as a lot as we wish, in addition to look again.

Georgia took dwelling the {hardware} within the nationwide championship sport on Monday, resoundingly defeating TCU. That offers us an apparent prime canine, however what about the remainder of the sphere?

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ESPN put out its final power rankings of the 2022 season and there have been just a few surprises, together with some groups who made late pushes within the bowl season. Here is how the worldwide chief contextualizes the season that was.

25

Fresno State Bulldogs

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24

Minnesota Golden Gophers

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23

Pitt Panthers

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22

South Carolina Gamecocks

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21

UCLA Bruins

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20

Troy Trojans

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19

Mississippi State Bulldogs

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18

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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17

Oregon State Beavers

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16

Oregon Ducks

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15

Clemson Tigers

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14

Kansas State Wildcats

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13

USC Trojans

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12

LSU Tigers

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11

Utah Utes

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10

Florida State Seminoles

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9

Tulane Green Wave

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8

Washington Huskies

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7

Penn State Nittany Lions

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6

Tennessee Volunteers

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5

Alabama Crimson Tide

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4

Ohio State Buckeyes

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3

Michigan Wolverines

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2

TCU Horned Frogs

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1

Georgia Bulldogs

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