Smartest top 25 college football schools

U.S. News released their list of the top national universities based upon graduation rates, academics, and difficulty of acceptance.

Fifteen of the top 25 ranked college football teams made the list.

Click on the slideshow above to find out which of these football schools had the brains to make the top 100 list of national universities.

(Data courtesy of U.S. News)








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Florida State is ranked 91st on the U.S. News list and 8th in the AP football polls.

Alabama is ranked 86th on the U.S. News list and 1st in the AP football polls.

Baylor is ranked 75th on the U.S. News list and 19th in the AP football polls.

Clemson is ranked 62nd on the U.S. News list and 3rd in the AP football polls.

Georgia is ranked 60th on the U.S. News list and 9th in the AP football polls.

Ohio State is ranked 52nd on U.S. News list and 4th in the AP football polls.

Ohio State is ranked 52nd on U.S. News list and 4th in the AP football polls.

Washington is ranked 52nd in the AP football polls and 16th on the U.S. News list.

Florida is ranked 49th on the U.S. News list and 20th in the AP football polls.

Wisconsin is ranked 41st on the U.S. News list and 23rd in the AP football polls.

Michigan is ranked 28th on the U.S. News list and 18th in the AP football polls.

UCLA is ranked 23rd on the U.S. News list and 13th in the AP football polls.

UCLA is ranked 23rd on the U.S. News list and 13th in the AP football polls.

Notre Dame is ranked 18th on the U.S. News list and 22nd in the AP football polls.

Northwestern is ranked 17th on the U.S. News list and 12th in the AP football polls

Stanford is ranked 5th on the U.S. News list and 5th in the AP football polls.