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Last week, EA Sports released its full team rankings for the upcoming College Football 25 video game.

These lists, released over the course of a few days, featured the 25 toughest venues, the best offense and defense, and the best teams overall, with Georgia topping the final group.

On Friday, there are just two weeks left until the release of one of the most highly anticipated sports games of all time and the first installment in the college football series since NCAA Football '14.

The individual player ratings have not been released yet, but here are all the lists released by EA Sports so far, along with some answers to other frequently asked questions:

Ranking of the 25 college football teams

team Overall rating
1. Georgia 95
2. State of Ohio 93
3. Oregon 93
4. Alabama 92
5. Texas 92
6. Clemson 90
7. Notre-Dame 90
8. LSU 90
9. State of Pennsylvania 88
10. Utah 88
11. Michigan 88
12. State of Florida 88
13. Miami 88
14. Texas A&M 88
15. Ole Miss 88
16. Colorado 87
17. Oklahoma 87
18. Wisconsin 87
19. USC 87
20. Virginia Tech 87
21. NC State 87
22. Kansas 87
23. Arizona 87
24. State of Oklahoma 87
25. Iowa 87

Ranking of the 25 offensive teams in college football

team Attack Rating
1. Georgia 94
2. Oregon 94
3. Alabama 91
4. Texas 91
5. State of Ohio 89
6. LSU 89
7. Miami 89
8. Colorado 89
9. Missouri 89
10. Clemson 87
11. Utah 87
12. State of Pennsylvania 87
13. Ole Miss 87
14. Kansas 87
15. Arizona 87
16. NC State 87
17. Notre-Dame 85
18. Texas A&M 85
19. Memphis 85
20. SMU 85
21. UCF 85
22. State of Florida 83
23. Oklahoma 83
24. Virginia Tech 83
25. USC 83

Ranking of the 25 college football defensive teams

team Defensive Rating
1. State of Ohio 96
2. Georgia 94
3. Oregon 90
4. Alabama 90
5. Clemson 90
6. Notre-Dame 90
7. Michigan 90
8. Texas 88
9. State of Pennsylvania 88
10. Utah 88
11. State of Florida 88
12. Oklahoma 88
13. Iowa 88
14. Virginia Tech 86
15. Wisconsin 86
16. USC 86
17. Auburn 86
18. LSU 84
19. Texas A&M 84
20. Colorado 84
21. State of Oklahoma 84
22. Louisville 84
23. North Carolina 84
24. State of Kansas 84
25. Florida 84

College Football: The 25 Toughest Places to Play

  1. Texas A&M: Kyle Field
  2. Alabama: Bryant-Denny Stadium
  3. LSU: Tiger Stadium
  4. Ohio State: Ohio Stadium
  5. Georgia: Sanford Stadium
  6. Penn State: Beaver Stadium
  7. Wisconsin: Camp Randall Stadium
  8. Oklahoma: Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
  9. Florida State: Doak Campbell Stadium
  10. Florida: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
  11. Oregon: Autzen Stadium
  12. Clemson: Memorial Stadium
  13. Tennessee: Neyland Stadium
  14. Auburn: Jordan-Hare Stadium
  15. South Carolina: Williams-Brice Stadium
  16. Michigan: Michigan Stadium
  17. Virginia Tech: Lane Stadium
  18. Utah: Rice-Eccles Stadium
  19. Texas: Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium
  20. Iowa: Kinnick Stadium
  21. Notre Dame: Notre Dame Stadium
  22. Michigan State: Spartan Stadium
  23. Arkansas: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
  24. Boise State: Albertsons Stadium
  25. Mississippi State: Davis Wade Stadium

What is the release date of College Football 25?

The game will be available for pre-order starting July 16, but the official release date is July 19.

Will College Football 25 be released on PC?

The game will not be released for PC.

College Football 25 Price

The standard edition of the game costs $69.99. The deluxe edition costs $99.99. The MVP edition, which also includes Madden 25, costs $149.99.

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