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Updated 07/28/14
 
Rankings are for official pages, feeds and channels that represent the overall athletics and football programs for FBS schools (individual coaches' accounts not included). Numbers accurate as of date indicated above.
 
For individual sport and coach Twitter feeds, please view automated rankings courtesy Tennessee Athletics.
 
 Facebook Top 25
 Official Page  Fans
1.
 Ohio St  1,858,637
2.
 Texas  1,596,250
3.
 Florida  1,519,325
4.
 N Carolina  1,079,835
5.
 Alabama  982,450
6.
 Georgia  900,587
7.
 Kentucky  885,366
8.
 Wisconsin  778,886
9.
 Oregon  761,312
10.
 Michigan St  676,520
11.
 Oklahoma  643,687
12.
 S Carolina  560,411
13.
 Arkansas  549,335
14.
 Nebraska  548,497
15.
 Iowa  528,946
16.
 Florida St  514,220
17.
 Missouri  486,382
18.
 AUBURN  464,846
19.
 Duke  462,998
20.
 Miami  398,768
21.
 LSU  354,804
22.
 Syracuse  353,565
23.
 Tennessee  332,334
24.
 Notre Dame  312,459
25.
 Minnesota  310,835
 
 Facebook Engagement*
 Engagement
Percent
1.
 AUBURN
14.6%
2.
 Miami
6.8%
3.
 Nebraska
6.4%
4.
 Georgia
4.6%
5.
 Ohio St
4.1%
6.
 Notre Dame
2.5%
7.
 LSU
2.4%
8.
 Kentucky
2.2%
9.
 Duke
2.0%
10.
 Iowa
2.0%
11.
 Tennessee
1.9%
12.
 Florida
1.8%
13.
 Oregon
1.7%
14.
 S Carolina
1.5%
15.
 Wisconsin
1.5%
16.
 Alabama
1.3%
17.
 Minnesota
1.1%
18.
 N Carolina
1.0%
19.
 Syracuse
1.0%
20.
 Michigan St
0.7%
21.
 Arkansas
0.5%
22.
 Texas
0.4%
23.
 Oklahoma
0.3%
24.
 Missouri
0.1%
25.
 Florida St
0.0%
 
 Facebook / Football
 Facebook Page  Fans
1.
 Michigan  1,421,116
2.
 LSU  1,202,087
3.
 Alabama  945,043
4.
 Oregon  822,950
5.
 Penn St  582,219
6.
 Notre Dame  535,243
7.
 Ohio St  533,011
8.
 Oklahoma  438,879
9.
 Florida St  423,106
10.
 Tennessee  411,210
11.
 Wisconsin  328,321
12.
 Miami  262,934
13.
 AUBURN  243,420
14.
 Washington  221,007
15.
 W Virginia  167,092
16.
 BYU  129,835
17.
 Georgia  127,303
18.
 TCU  111,408
19.
 Ole Miss  86,450
20.
 Oklahoma St  85,566
21.
 Illinois  75,824
22.
 Arkansas  75,186
23.
 Texas A&M  70,411
24.
 Mississippi St  68,209
25.
 Kansas  67,443
 
*Percentages for 25 largest pages ("Engagement This Week" divided by "Total Likes").

 
 Twitter Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Georgia  131,606
2.
 Florida  117,269
3.
 Alabama  114,783
4.
 Kentucky  99,078
5.
 Oklahoma  89,629
6.
 Kansas  86,617
7.
 Iowa  76,173
8.
 Oregon  75,304
9.
 AUBURN  75,067
10.
 S Carolina  73,634
11.
 N Carolina  73,467
12.
 Wisconsin  71,476
13.
 Notre Dame  64,156
14.
 Arkansas  63,704
15.
 USC  60,215
16.
 Clemson  54,798
17.
 Texas A&M  52,995
18.
 Miami  52,374
19.
 Ohio St  52,274
20.
 Texas  51,385
21.
 Tennessee  51,057
22.
 Missouri  48,858
23.
 LSU  48,830
24.
 UConn  48,384
25.
 Louisville  47,822
 
 Twitter / Football
 Football Feed  Followers
1.
 Michigan  207,488
2.
 Alabama  155,431
3.
 LSU  147,614
4.
 Nebraska*  139,718
5.
 Tennessee  111,354
6.
 AUBURN  110,796
7.
 Texas A&M  102,291
8.
 Florida St  96,722
9.
 Georgia  87,174
10.
 Oklahoma  85,479
11.
 Notre Dame  84,623
12.
 Florida  73,999
13.
 Wisconsin  73,705
14.
 Michigan St  73,017
15.
 S Carolina  68,819
16.
 Penn St  68,772
17.
 Texas  53,813
18.
 Oregon  52,291
19.
 Iowa  50,391
20.
 Oklahoma St  46,726
21.
 Arkansas  45,943
22.
 Virginia Tech  44,947
23.
 Ole Miss  44,709
24.
 N Carolina  42,919
25.
 Kentucky  40,032
 
 YouTube Top 25
 Official Channel  Subs
1.
 Oregon  26,544
2.
 AUBURN  19,760
3.
 Notre Dame  19,023
4.
 Florida St  16,002
5.
 Texas A&M  15,339
6.
 Kentucky  14,847
7.
 Miami  14,467
8.
 USC  12,851
9.
 Nebraska  12,753
10.
 S Carolina  12,234
11.
 Florida  11,615
12.
 Wisconsin  11,142
13.
 Texas  10,972
14.
 Minnesota  9,339
15.
 Tennessee  9,336
16.
 California  9,143
17.
 Michigan St  8,939
18.
 Oklahoma  8,681
19.
 Arizona  8,187
20.
 LSU  7,918
21.
 Stanford  7,857
22.
 N Carolina  7,725
23.
 Oklahoma St  7,667
24.
 Penn State  7,608
25.
 Maryland  7,278
  
*Nebraska's feed is a combined football and athletics department account.
 
 Instagram Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Oregon  148,550
2.
 Miami  75,486
3.
 Wisconsin  43,169
4.
 Kansas  34,110
5.
 UCLA  33,170
6.
 Michigan  32,260
7.
 Arkansas  26,331
8.
 UConn  25,872
9.
 USC  23,096
10.
 Texas Tech  22,082
11.
 Texas A&M  18,003
12.
 S Carolina  17,939
13.
 Texas  17,323
14.
 Clemson  17,193
15.
 Florida  15,204
16.
 Louisville  14,994
17.
 Washington  14,877
18.
 AUBURN  14,719
19.
 Syracuse  14,445
20.
 Maryland  14,429
21.
 Mississippi St  13,254
22.
 Iowa St  11,076
23.
 Duke  10,910
24.
 Tennessee  10,704
25.
 NC State  10,206
 
 Vine Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Georgia  10,400
2.
 Nebraska  9,413
3.
 AUBURN  7,783
4.
 Kansas  7,274
5.
 Oklahoma  6,972
6.
 Arkansas  5,163
7.
 Clemson  4,258
8.
 Miami  4,109
9.
 Ohio St  3,858
10.
 S Carolina  3,479
11.
 USC  3,360
12.
 Oregon  3,229
13.
 Florida  3,066
14.
 Mississippi St  3,055
15.
 Wisconsin  2,827
16.
 UConn  2,482
17.
 Iowa St  2,477
18.
 Oklahoma St  2,277
19.
 Texas Tech  2,168
20.
 UCF  1,941
21.
 Texas St  1,766
22.
 Kentucky  1,718
23.
 Washington  1,576
24.
 Purdue  1,429
25.
 Baylor  1,423
 
 Pinterest Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Texas  19,766
2.
 Oregon  4,267
3.
 Texas Tech  3,876
4.
 Iowa St  3,610
5.
 Michigan St  3,369
6.
 AUBURN  3,060
7.
 Kansas St  2,759
8.
 Washington  2,487
9.
 Notre Dame  2,434
10.
 S Carolina  1,675
11.
 Tennessee  1,583
12.
 Oklahoma  1,365
13.
 Virginia Tech  1,347
14.
 Nebraska  1,285
15.
 Florida St  1,214
16.
 Clemson  1,196
17.
 Florida  1,145
18.
 Ohio State  1,115
19.
 Syracuse  1,105
20.
 Penn St  1,042
21.
 Wisconsin  1,008
22.
 Wash St  895
23.
 Indiana  861
24.
 UCF  794
25.
 Louisville  773
 
How are these rankings compiled?
Using the links above, we visit each of the official Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Vine and Pinterest platforms on the date indicated in the top right of this page to record the numbers.
 
How is Facebook engagement calculated?
The updated Facebook page insights provide an "Engagement this Week" number and "Total Likes". Divide "Engagement this Week" by "Total Likes" for percent engaged.
 
Where are our other pages/feeds/channels?
We limit our rankings to official pages, feeds and channels that represent the overall programs and football teams for FBS schools. We visit the official athletics sites of each school to ensure we're using their official social media platforms.
 
Our page/feed/channel qualifies for the Top 25 but is not listed.
Please tweet @JasonRMatheson with additions or corrections. Once verified, the rankings will be updated immediately.
 
Are there other sources for rankings?
Our colleagues at Tennessee keep an extensive list of Twitter rankings by individual college sport here. Also view the Top 25 Twitter feeds in Division II here courtesy Frank Keenan. Coyle Media provides a myriad of rankings here.