2022 NCAA Football Power Rankings Betting Update Heading Into Week 3 of the Season

2022 NCAA Football Power Rankings Betting Update Heading Into Week 3 of the Season

With a few weeks already finished in the College Football season, we are beginning to see which teams can be contenders for the National Championship and which teams are not. Let’s take a closer look at the programs and decide on power rankings for them so you can continue betting against their NCAAF Lines

Power Rankings After Week 2 of the 2022 College Football Season

1. Georgia Bulldogs

The defending National Champions are off to an outstanding start to this season as they are 2-0 with dominant wins over Oregon and Samford. The defense is killing it as they have allowed just a single field goal through two games while averaging 41 points per game. Senior quarterback Stetson Bennett has been doing well as his 88.4 QBR is eighth in the nation. This Georgia team doesn’t have many holes throughout their roster and should be able to dominate as the season continues to progress.

2. Alabama Crimson Tide

It feels like the Crimson Tide should be a little lower on this list after their performance against the Texas Longhorns, where they probably should have lost, but they squeaked out a win. They are 2-0 as a team so far, and we have found a glaring hole as they do not have incredible wide receivers that they are used to having year after year. Alabama needs to clean up their play as well, as they have committed 21 penalties through their first two games. They still have an incredible roster and Nick Saban leading the charge so they can climb to the top, but it’s going to be difficult as their schedule is difficult in the next few weeks. 

3. Ohio State Buckeyes 

The Ohio State Buckeyes had a lot of their skill position stars get drafted, but they have not looked like they have lost a beat here. However, the defense is what I want to highlight as they have allowed just 11 points per game and 64.5 rushing yards against. When you are able to make the opposing offense as one-dimensional as they have been, they are able to prepare for what they will try to do. They have a pretty easy schedule as they only play three more ranked programs throughout the regular season, and all are towards the middle to end of the season so they should be fine with junior quarterback C.J. Stroud

4. Michigan Wolverines

There are a few teams where we can swap out with Michigan, but the Wolverines are the best there. They have a solid quarterback in sophomore J.J. McCarthy, but he has not done too much throughout the year, with just 16 passing attempts thus far. This team is built similar to Georgia of previous years as they are running the ball and defending well as junior running back Blake Corum dominates on the ground, and the defense is giving up 8.5 points per game after facing Colorado State and Hawaii thus far. They have a slight edge over teams like the Clemson Tigers, but they need to keep putting up solid numbers and outshining the rest of the nation to keep this spot. 

 
 

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