first_imgJ.T. Barrett #16 of the Ohio State Buckeyes throws a passl during the game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium.BLOOMINGTON, IN – AUGUST 31: J.T. Barrett #16 of the Ohio State Buckeyes throws a passl during the game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium on August 31, 2017 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)With college football less than two weeks away, publications have been putting out all kinds of “all-time” lists in preparation for the season. Sports Illustrated dropped an interesting one on Monday.SI decided to rank the 10 “greatest” college football programs in history. Some fans are not thrilled with how the list turned out.Alabama checks in at No. 1 – ahead of Big Ten powers Ohio State and Michigan. There isn’t too much to debate there.The main issue seems to be Oklahoma’s ranking in relation to a few other programs. SI has the Sooners as the 10th-best program of all time – behind Tennessee. They’re also six spots behind their main rival Texas. Here’s the list:10. Oklahoma9. Tennessee8. Penn State7. Nebraska6. Notre Dame5. USC4. Texas3. Michigan2. Ohio State1. AlabamaThe author of the post, Ross Dellenger, made sure to note that it was a collective effort over at SI to put the rankings together.SI just unveiled its 10 greatest programs in college football history. Oklahoma is 10th, behind Tennessee, Nebraska and Texas… https://t.co/oEDlSAXRZm— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) August 12, 2019For all those on the attack in my mentions, the @si_ncaafb staff as a whole ranked this list. I only wrote the blurb on each team.And, buddy, do I need a drink.. https://t.co/w5PbghYwtT— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) August 12, 2019Personally, I believe Oklahoma should be in the top five – ahead of Texas. The rankings for Tennessee and Penn State also seem a little high. Other than that, it seems fine.College football fans – what do you think of the list?last_img

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