NCAA 13 Team Ratings Leaked, Fans Instinctively Set Things On Fire

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NCAA 13 Team Ratings Leaked, Fans Instinctively Set Things On Fire

Hey you! The higher education institution of learning that I attended in my late teens/early twenties would absolutely destroy the higher education institution of learning that you attended during the same time span in your life in a full contact game revolving around an oblong ball! Ok, that’s not entirely true. Honestly, I’m surprised my school’s team could even find the field on a regular basis, let alone try to compete. However, that’s where the magic of video games comes in!

NCAA Football 13 hits store shelves July 10th, and with some proper scheming I may actually be able to field something that looks fairly respectable. EA Sports released the team ratings for some of the top teams this year, and while this is subject to change and sure to start a few arguments, some of their choices are…. questionable.

Notably, Stanford coming in at a 93 and Texas as a 99 seems fairly outrageous. Stanford lost their best player and the centerpiece of their offensive attack in Andrew Luck, and I’m not even sure where the rating for Texas is being pulled from. Granted, I’m not a college sports guru, but this seems off to me. We’ll have to see what the ratings actually look like come July. In the mean time, let’s see if we can avoid overturning my car in the parking lot out of protest.

Team Overall Offense Defense Prestige
Air Force 75 75 74 3
Akron 63 67 61 1
Alabama 97 92 95 6
Arizona 83 81 84 3
Arizona St. 85 84 80 3
Arkansas 95 95 87 5
Arkansas St 81 86 74 2
Army 73 75 71 1
Auburn 93 89 91 6
BYU 89 89 84 4
Ball State 73 77 71 2
Baylor 87 88 84 3
Boise St. 89 89 82 6
Boston College 85 83 86 3
Bowling Green 75 75 76 2
Buffalo 71 75 69 1
Cal 85 89 76 3
Central Michigan 73 77 69 2
Cincinnati 89 84 87 3
Clemson 97 95 91 5
Colarado 83 80 82 2
Colorado State 83 81 80 2
UConn 83 83 80 3
Duke 83 84 78 2
ECU 83 80 82 2
Eastern Michigan 77 78 73 1
FIU 85 83 82 1
Florida 91 84 93 6
FAU 60 60 63 1
Florida St. 97 92 95 5
Fresno St. 87 89 78 2
Georgia 97 95 91 5
Georgia Tech 87 86 84 4
Hawaii 79 78 80 2
Houston 87 84 86 3
Idaho 65 64 67 1
Illinois 83 81 82 3
Indiana 77 77 76 2
Iowa 91 89 89 4
Iowa St. 83 81 82 2
Kansas 79 80 76 2
Kansas St. 91 92 86 3
Kent St. 71 69 74 1
Kentucky 83 83 80 2
LSU 99 92 95 6
La Tech 81 81 78 1
Louisville 87 84 86 3
Marshall 73 75 71 2
Maryland 85 80 87 3
Memphis 61 66 60 1
Miami(FL) 91 88 89 6
Miami(OH) 79 80 74 2
Michigan 97 94 91 6
Michigan St. 93 89 89 4
MTSU 65 70 61 1
Minnesota 77 75 76 2
Mississippi St. 87 84 86 3
Missouri 89 89 84 4
North Carolina St. 91 89 87 3
Navy 77 77 76 3
Nebraska 91 91 87 5
Nevada 83 83 80 3
New Mexico 65 64 69 1
New Mexico St. 65 70 60 1
North Carolina 91 89 87 4
North Texas 69 70 69 1
NIU 79 78 76 2
Northwestern 87 86 84 3
Notre Dame 97 94 95 6
Ohio 81 81 80 2
Ohio St. 95 89 95 6
Oklahoma 97 95 93 6
Oklahoma St. 95 92 91 5
Ole Miss 83 81 84 2
Oregon 99 94 95 6
Oregon St. 79 81 76 2
Penn St. 89 86 89 5
Pitt 85 89 76 3
Purdue 87 84 84 3
Rice 73 75 73 2
Rutgers 87 83 87 3
SMU 89 89 84 3
San Diego State 83 84 76 3
San Jose 73 75 73 1
South Carolina 95 92 91 4
Southern Miss 83 81 80 2
Stanford 93 91 89 5
Syracuse 81 83 78 3
TCU 93 94 87 5
Temple 81 83 84 2
Tennessee 89 88 84 4
Texas 99 91 99 6
Texas Am 93 92 87 4
Texas St. 65 67 65 1
Texas Tech 87 89 82 3
Toledo 83 81 80 2
Troy 73 74 73 2
Tulane 65 69 63 1
Tulsa 91 89 86 2
UAB 65 69 65 1
UCF 85 84 82 3
UCLA 87 88 82 2
UL Lafayette 77 81 71 1
UL Monroe 69 74 65 1
UMass 63 67 61 1
UNLV 63 67 61 2
USC 99 99 91 6
USF 81 80 80 3
UTEP 75 74 76 2
UTSA 63 66 63 1
Utah 95 92 91 4
Utah St. 75 78 73 1
Vanderbilt 77 80 74 2
Virginia 89 88 84 3
Virginia Tech 95 88 99 5
Wake Forest 81 84 76 2
Washington 93 92 86 4
Washington St. 79 83 74 1
West Virginia 87 91 76 4
Western Kentucky 73 74 73 1
West Michigan 77 78 74 1
Wisconsin 99 97 95 5
Wyoming 79 78 80 2

Thanks to traditionsportsonline.com for the list.

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