After a month of significant coaching changes and transfer portal chaos, the 2024 Way-Too-Early Top 25 college football rankings have been updated.

By the Numbers
  • Michigan ends its 26-year drought without a national title
  • Saban's surprising announcement on Jan. 10 led to eight coaching moves
  • Five FBS schools - Washington, Arizona, South Alabama, Buffalo, and San Jose State - have hired new head coaches
  • Previous No. 1 with a 13-1 record
  • Defeating Washington 34-13 in the CFP National Championship game
  • Michigan, Alabama, Oregon, Oklahoma, LSU, and Michigan State have maintained their positions in the top 25
State of Play
  • Michigan ends its 26-year title drought
  • Significant chaos in the coaching carousel and transfer portal
  • Coaching changes led to shifts in the top 25 rankings
What's Next

The updated rankings set the stage for heightened anticipation and speculation ahead of the upcoming college football season.

Bottom Line

The 2024 Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings have been reshaped by coaching changes and transfer portal activity, setting the stage for an exciting and unpredictable college football season.