Top 100 Strongest Teams Computed in the GBE Computer Ratings
2003-present

1 Texas (2005) 1924.3
2 Florida (2006) 1900.9
3 Auburn (2004) 1874.7
4 Alabama (2015) 1871.1
5 Alabama (2009) 1866.0
6 Auburn (2010) 1853.4
7 USC (2004) 1831.1
8 Clemson (2016) 1831.1
9 Alabama (2016) 1815.5
10 LSU (2003) 1809.0
11 Ohio State (2014) 1807.5
12 LSU (2011) 1803.7
13 Texas (2008) 1783.7
14 Oklahoma State (2011) 1782.1
15 Oklahoma (2004) 1754.0
16 Louisville (2006) 1746.2
17 Alabama (2017) 1745.6
18 USC (2005) 1745.1
19 Florida (2008) 1745.0
20 USC (2003) 1733.0
21 Central Florida (2017) 1716.4
22 Texas (2004) 1710.7
23 Boise State (2006) 1709.7
24 Clemson (2015) 1709.5
25 Florida (2009) 1707.4
26 Alabama (2011) 1700.7
27 Penn State (2005) 1700.5
28 Miami (OH) (2003) 1699.0
29 Texas (2009) 1695.9
30 Florida State (2013) 1691.5
31 Florida State (2014) 1688.7
32 Georgia (2017) 1687.1
33 Alabama (2012) 1683.9
34 Notre Dame (2012) 1678.5
35 Ohio State (2006) 1677.3
36 Wisconsin (2017) 1674.3
37 Auburn (2013) 1672.8
38 Florida (2012) 1665.3
39 USC (2006) 1660.8
40 Ohio State (2012) 1657.4
40 Ohio State (2017) 1657.4
42 Michigan State (2015) 1653.8
43 Utah (2008) 1649.7
44 Ohio State (2016) 1648.0
45 LSU (2007) 1647.5
46 Oklahoma (2008) 1645.6
47 Ohio State (2015) 1643.9
48 Oklahoma (2003) 1643.0
49 Oregon (2014) 1642.8
50 Oregon (2012) 1642.1
51 Oklahoma (2010) 1639.2
52 Stanford (2012) 1632.7
53 Ohio State (2003) 1631.0
54 Georgia (2007) 1628.1
55 West Virginia (2005) 1625.2
56 Alabama (2014) 1624.1
57 Missouri (2007) 1620.5
58 Michigan (2006) 1618.3
59 Cincinnati (2009) 1614.4
60 Clemson (2017) 1612.2
61 Utah (2004) 1612.0
62 LSU (2006) 1611.1
63 Ohio State (2005) 1607.9
64 USC (2008) 1605.7
65 Missouri (2013) 1602.2
66 West Virginia (2006) 1601.3
67 Ohio State (2010) 1596.9
68 Penn State (2017) 1592.4
69 TCU (2010) 1591.5
70 Boise State (2003) 1583.0
71 Georgia (2004) 1579.7
72 Stanford (2015) 1579.4
73 Virginia Tech (2005) 1576.0
74 Boise State (2010) 1575.9
75 Iowa (2004) 1575.3
76 Miami (FL) (2003) 1571.0
77 Oklahoma (2015) 1568.9
78 Rutgers (2006) 1567.9
79 South Carolina (2013) 1561.2
80 TCU (2009) 1558.8
81 Stanford (2010) 1553.2
82 Kansas (2007) 1552.3
83 Boise State (2009) 1551.7
84 West Virginia (2007) 1548.8
85 South Carolina (2012) 1547.2
86 Auburn (2006) 1545.3
87 LSU (2005) 1544.8
88 Notre Dame (2017) 1544.1
89 Michigan (2011) 1543.1
90 Oklahoma (2017) 1542.7
91 Boise State (2014) 1541.1
92 Michigan State (2013) 1540.5
93 Boise State (2004) 1540.5
94 Utah (2003) 1540.0
95 Boise State (2011) 1533.6
96 Alabama (2008) 1533.0
97 Texas A&M (2012) 1531.2
98 Oregon (2010) 1529.0
99 Stanford (2013) 1527.0
100 Ohio State (2009) 1524.1