Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

PSU Football

Penn State Comes in at No. 16 in Latest ESPN FPI Ranking

Penn State

Penn State football has slotted in at No. 16 in the latest ESPN Football Power Index rankings. Even though week one won’t be finished until Monday night, ESPN has updated its rankings for Week 2 already.

Penn State (1-0, 1-0 Big Ten) is currently projected to finish with an 8-4 record by the FPI and given a score of 12.5 which is tied with Ole Miss. There are 29 teams with better projected records than Penn State, who’s non-rounded projection is an 8.3-3.8 finish.

Although Penn State is a respectable No. 16, its  far behind the top teams in the rankings. The top four teams in Alabama (31.5), Georgia (29.4), Ohio State (28.0) and Clemson (22.8) are all 10 points higher than Penn State and the only four teams with a score above 20.

Penn State’s Week 1 opponent, Purdue (0-1, 0-1 Big Ten) currently sits at 43rd in the FPI rankings with a score of 6.3. For the Big Ten as a whole, Penn State sits fourth behind Ohio State, No. 5 Michigan and No. 15 Michigan State (12.7).

Penn State’s next game will be this Saturday at noon at home against Ohio (1-0). Ohio is 111th in the FPI rankings with a score of -11.5.

Written By

Get NSN in your Inbox

Enter your email address to get notifications of new posts by email.

More from Nittany Sports Now

PSU Football

0 Nobody would have blamed Devyn Ford for leaving Penn State. When he began his college football career in 2019, he was part of...

PSU Football

0 Penn State (3-0, 1-0 Big 10) has entered as a +25.5 point favorite over Central Michigan (1-2) for their game on Saturday. The...

PSU Football

0 The new rankings are in, and to little, if any, surprise, Penn State moved up after its convincing 41-12 win over Auburn at...

College Football

3s Nittany Sports Now will have a Big 10 Power Ranking System throughout the year. These rankings are fluid fight now as we have...

Get Nittany Sports Now in your inbox

Sign-up for email updates and get the whole story first from the Nittany Sports Now team, delivered straight to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.