It is that time of year when some people spend way too much time and energy talking about and worrying about college football rankings.
Maybe the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) releases their college rankings this time of year for a reason … and they aren’t ranking college sports. According to the WSJ College Rankings (9/18/20) Harvard stays on top.
Amanda King has the bragging rites in our office with her MBA from Vanderbilt University ranked 17th. Followed by Lauren Green, Private Client Service Associate, and her undergrad degree from Texas A&M at College Station ranked 83rd. The University of Tulsa ranked 166th, which gives Ben Quint, Interim Director, Business Development, and I something to boast about as OU finished 242nd and OSU tied for 323rd.
Oh by the way, as of the date of this penning, TU had more votes in the AP Top 25 College Football Poll than OU. I’m just saying…