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Joe Pinkos Power Rating - Week 11

Florida High School Football

RANKINGS
(Based on games through Saturday, November 5, 2011)

Rankings, based on Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings, of Florida’s top high school football teams overall and by classification.

FLORIDA’S POWER 25 listings show rank, team, record and classification in parentheses, and power rating. Rankings for each classification show rank, team, record in parentheses, and power rating.

Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated by a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory with greater weight given to recent games. To determine the forecasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.

FLORIDA’S POWER 25
1. Manatee (7-2, 7A) 208.8
2. Armwood (10-0, 6A) 206.1
3. University School (10-0, 3A) 199.2
4. Madison County (9-1, 3A) 197.4
5. Miramar (9-0, 8A) 197.3
6. Plant (8-1, 8A) 197.2
7. First Coast (8-0, 7A) 195.4
8. Miami Central (8-0, 6A) 194.0
9. Norland (8-0, 5A) 193.9
10. Booker T. Washington (8-1, 4A) 193.4
11. Glades Central (9-0, 5A) 193.0
12. Palmetto (8-1, 5A) 192.9
13. William T. Dwyer (8-1, 7A) 192.4
14. Cocoa (5-4, 4A) 191.5
15. Cooper City (9-0, 7A) 190.7
16. Lake Brantley (10-0, 8A) 190.1
17. St. Thomas Aquinas (7-2, 7A) 190.0
18. North Florida Christian (8-0, 2A) 189.6
19. Cypress Bay (6-3, 8A) 188.9
20. Berkeley Prep (9-0, 3A) 188.8
21. Lincoln (8-1, 7A) 188.4
22. Columbus (6-2, 8A) 188.3
23. Fort Pierce Central (6-1, 7A) 188.0
24. Venice (7-1, 7A) 187.9
25. St. Augustine (8-1, 6A) 187.2

CLASS 8A POWER 10
1. Miramar (9-0) 197.3
2. Plant (8-1) 197.2
3. Lake Brantley (10-0) 190.1
4. Cypress Bay (6-3) 188.9
5. Columbus (6-2) 188.3
6. Park Vista (8-0) 186.8
7. DeLand (8-1) 186.3
8. Seminole Ridge (7-2) 186.2
9. Southridge (4-3) 182.6
10. Dr. Phillips (9-1) 182.5

CLASS 7A POWER 10
1. Manatee (7-2) 208.8
2. First Coast (8-0) 195.4
3. William T. Dwyer (8-1) 192.4
4. Cooper City (9-0) 190.7
5. St. Thomas Aquinas (7-2) 190.0
6. Lincoln (8-1) 188.4
7. Fort Pierce Central (6-1) 188.0
8. Venice (7-1) 187.9
9. Fleming Island (7-2) 186.2
10. Charlotte (8-1) 184.6

CLASS 6A POWER 10
1. Armwood (10-0) 206.1
2. Miami Central (8-0) 194.0
3. St. Augustine (8-1) 187.2
4. Winter Haven (9-0) 186.1
5. Mainland (8-1) 185.7
6. Pensacola (8-1) 185.3
7. Bartram Trail (8-1) 184.3
8. Vanguard (7-2) 184.2
9. Belen Jesuit (7-2) 183.8
10. Gainesville (8-2) 183.5

CLASS 5A POWER 10
1. Norland (8-0) 193.9
2. Glades Central (9-0) 193.0
3. Palmetto (8-1) 192.9
4. Jesuit (8-1) 185.9
5. Hardee (8-1) 185.5
6. Lake Wales (8-1) 185.1
7. Immokalee (9-1) 184.5
8. Pasco (10-0) 183.2
9. Bishop Kenny (9-0) 182.9
10. Robinson (8-1) 182.8

CLASS 4A POWER 5
1. Booker T. Washington (8-1) 193.4
2. Cocoa (5-4) 191.5
3. Bolles (8-1) 187.0
4. Raines (7-2) 180.8
5. Yulee (6-3) 175.8

CLASS 3A POWER 5
1. University School (10-0) 199.2
2. Madison County (9-1) 197.4
3. Berkeley Prep (9-0) 188.8
4. American Heritage-Delray (7-1) 186.9
5. Trinity Catholic (5-3) 180.3

CLASS 2A POWER 5
1. North Florida Christian (8-0) 189.6
2. Jupiter Christian (8-2) 156.1
3. Warner Christian (7-3) 155.8
4. Dade Christian (7-1) 155.0
5. Evangelical Christian (10-0) 154.3

CLASS 1A POWER 5
1. Union County (9-0) 170.8
2. Northview (6-2) 165.8
3. Trenton (9-0) 161.7
4. Jefferson County (5-4) 158.2
5. Holmes County (9-0) 152.7


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UNIVERSITY SCHOOL???? Come on!

Joe Pinkos is drinking the same Kool Aid as everyone else. Boy do all the "experts" love University School. They're ranked as the top South Florida school? What a laugh out loud joke! University School would get their rear ends beat by Miramar, St. Thomas, Central, Booker T, Norland, Columbus with certainty. And they very well may get beat by the likes of Belen, Southridge, Cypress Bay, Cooper City. Heck, I'd even give Gulliver an even chance.

I'll be one happy camper to see them get spanked by a northern Florida team in the playoffs. Trouble is, not only are they in a pathetic district in South Fla., but Class 3A is devoid of any talent at all in the State. So, they'll win it all this year. Yippee. Major accomplishment.

But if they really want to prove how big and bad they are, they better schedule at least 3 or 4 power non district teams from SOUTH FLORIDA next season. Not from some other inferior football states like South Carolina and Delaware. Delaware??? Please!

This year they barely beat Goose Creek in South Carolina. I'll give them credit for that. Goose Creek's a good team. Otherwise.... ZERO challenges. They had 42 points put on them by a 4 win - 5 loss school called Red Lion Christian out of Delaware on their own home field. Come on!

Mr. Pinkos, your formula is a joke. Andre, if you read this, I hope you straighten this out. And don't let your friendship with Coach Harrell cloud your judgement. Tell it like it is. This overnight success program (hmmm???) needs to be brought back down to earth. May they take on the big boys in Dade/Broward before they get ranked #3 overall in the State.

'Nuff said!

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