The Orlando Sentinel is currently running a series ranking all 120 FBS teams. They started counting down from 120 and yesterday they got to No. 84 which just so happens to be where your Washington State Cougars check in. The Orlando Sentinel write up isn't anything new or different, but it brings up an interesting question.
With what you know right now, both about WSU and the rest of college football, where would you rank the Cougars? Pre-season rankings will begin to come out soon enough and I expect to see WSU placed in a wide variety of ranges. Some will rank them higher based on Mike Leach's arrival, others will keep them low based on recent history.
We already talked about where WSU should rank in the Pac-12, but now let's expand that conversation to the entire country.
Washington State college football countdown: College Football Countdown: No. 84 Washington State - Orlando Sentinel
The Orlando Sentinel has ranked all 120 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 120 to our projected No. 1 team. We will not be including the four teams the NCAA lists as still reclassifying to the Football Bowl Subdivision level. Today at No. 84: Washington State
Cougars Host Bulldogs - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University baseball team plays its final 2012 home game when its hosts Gonzaga, Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
Klay Thompson Named to USA Basketball's 2012 USA Men's Select Team - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Klay Thompson is one of 13 NBA players selected for the 2012 USA Men's Select Team that will train against the 2012 USA Basketball Men's National Team during its July 6-12 training camp in Las Vegas, USA Basketball announced Monday.
As of right now, where do you think WSU ranks among FBS teams?
1-25 (33 votes)
26-40 (104 votes)
41-60 (254 votes)
60-80 (237 votes)
81-100 (43 votes)
101-120 (8 votes)
679 total votes