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Projecting win totals for each of college football’s top 25 teams

Projecting win totals for each of college football’s top 25 teams

As preseason rankings keep rolling in, leading college football analysts continue to set the stage for what should be a fascinating 2023 season.

One of the most intriguing analytics-based projections comes from college football analyst Kelley Ford, who has the “KFord Power Rankings” based on a number of metrics.

Ford recently projected each of the top 25 team win totals for the 2023 season, and Wisconsin made the list alongside a number of Big Ten powerhouses.

Where do the Badgers land given their schedule and projected wins? Here is a look at the win totals from Ford for each of college football’s top 25 teams:


Oklahoma State: 7.5 wins

PHOENIX, ARIZONA – DECEMBER 27: Wide receiver Keontez Lewis #3 of the Wisconsin Badgers gestures after a first down during the first half of the Guaranteed Rate Bowl against the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Chase Field on December 27, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

Wisconsin’s Guaranteed Rate Bowl opponent checks in at just over seven wins in Ford’s projections. There will be a bunch of changes for the Cowboys on both sides of the ball, beginning at quarterback.


Kansas State: 7.6 wins

Jul 14, 2022; Arlington, TX, USA; A view of the Kansas State Wildcats helmet logo during the Big 12 Media Day at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Although it ended in a Sugar Bowl loss to Alabama, Kansas State had some great moments in the 2022 campaign highlighted by taking down TCU in overtime to win the Big 12 championship.


Miami: 7.6 wins

Nov 26, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes tight end Will Mallory (85) scores a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Panthers during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Miami feels like a mystery headed into 2023….

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