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Rankings are for official pages, feeds and channels that represent the overall athletics and football programs for FBS schools. For individual sport and coach Twitter feeds, please view automated rankings courtesy Tennessee Athletics.
 
 Facebook Top 25
 Official Page  Fans
1.
 Ohio State  1,953,217
2.
 Florida  1,596,584
3.
 Texas  1,577,613
4.
 North Carolina  1,074,327
5.
 Alabama  995,239
6.
 Kentucky  949,904
7.
 Georgia  907,632
8.
 Oregon  848,658
9.
 Wisconsin  814,734
10.
 Michigan State  704,248
11.
 Oklahoma  641,072
12.
 Nebraska  572,897
13.
 South Carolina  559,857
14.
 Arkansas  557,665
15.
 Florida State  556,819
16.
 Iowa  530,119
17.
 AUBURN  491,114
18.
 Missouri  477,091
19.
 Duke  449,674
20.
 Miami  414,045
21.
 LSU  365,520
22.
 Syracuse  350,405
23.
 Tennessee  342,480
24.
 Notre Dame  333,414
25.
 Minnesota  327,986
 
 Facebook Engagement*
 Engagement
Percent
1.
 Wisconsin
22.0%
2.
 Kentucky
21.6%
3.
 Arkansas
14.5%
4.
 North Carolina
9.2%
5.
 LSU
6.9%
6.
 AUBURN
6.6%
7.
 Duke
6.5%
8.
 Michigan State
5.7%
9.
 Iowa
5.4%
10.
 Ohio State
5.3%
11.
 Minnesota
4.7%
12.
 Notre Dame
4.2%
13.
 South Carolina
3.3%
14.
 Florida
3.2%
15.
 Miami
3.2%
16.
 Oklahoma
2.5%
17.
 Alabama
2.3%
18.
 Georgia
2.3%
19.
 Syracuse
2.2%
20.
 Nebraska
2.0%
21.
 Texas
1.9%
22.
 Florida State
1.8%
23.
 Tennessee
1.6%
24.
 Oregon
1.1%
25.
 Missouri
1.0%
 
 Facebook / Football
 Facebook Page  Fans
1.
 Michigan  1,441,731
2.
 LSU  1,196,059
3.
 Alabama  1,070,538
4.
 Oregon  858,678
5.
 Ohio State  603,668
6.
 Penn State  602,575
7.
 Notre Dame  589,864
8.
 Florida St  473,275
9.
 Oklahoma  472,753
10.
 Tennessee  466,565
11.
 Wisconsin  367,644
12.
 Miami  283,627
13.
 AUBURN  280,153
14.
 Georgia  228,351
15.
 Washington  219,175
16.
 West Virginia  211,682
17.
 Arkansas  141,275
18.
 BYU  140,028
19.
 Texas A&M  132,314
20.
 TCU  125,832
21.
 Mississippi St  123,225
22.
 Ole Miss  114,592
23.
 Oklahoma State  104,875
24.
 Clemson  91,088
25.
 Illinois  77,844
 
*Percent of followers engaging with 25 largest pages ("Talking About" divided by "Total Likes").
 
 Twitter Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Georgia  207,529
2.
 Alabama  151,857
3.
 Florida  151,477
4.
 Kentucky  139,498
5.
 Oklahoma  116,362
6.
 Kansas  115,283
7.
 Wisconsin  115,257
8.
 Oregon  112,270
9.
 Iowa  108,664
10.
 AUBURN  108,129
11.
 South Carolina  104,605
12.
 North Carolina  103,908
13.
 Notre Dame  79,298
14.
 Arkansas  75,669
15.
 Tennessee  73,572
16.
 USC  73,401
17.
 Clemson  70,819
18.
 UConn  68,740
19.
 Texas  68,465
20.
 Louisville  67,648
21.
 Miami  66,617
22.
 LSU  66,509
23.
 Texas A&M  66,135
24.
 Minnesota  65,979
25.
 Syracuse  63,107
 
 Twitter / Football
 Football Feed  Followers
1.
 Michigan  286,579
2.
 Alabama  232,243
3.
 LSU  196,485
4.
 Nebraska*  195,156
5.
 Tennessee  171,679
6.
 Georgia  149,831
7.
 Ohio State*  145,069
8.
 AUBURN  143,263
9.
 Florida State  136,028
10.
 Texas A&M  125,952
11.
 Oklahoma  123,182
12.
 Notre Dame  117,789
13.
 Wisconsin  105,919
14.
 Oregon  103,369
15.
 South Carolina  103,078
16.
 Penn State  102,304
17.
 Florida  99,959
18.
 Michigan State  93,289
19.
 Arkansas  83,645
20.
 Ole Miss  73,168
21.
 Iowa  72,576
22.
 Texas  64,630
23.
 West Virginia  60,473
24.
 Virginia Tech  58,464
25.
 Oklahoma State  57,910
 
 YouTube Top 25
 Official Channel  Subs
1.
 Oregon  33,572
2.
 Kentucky  23,515
3.
 Notre Dame  23,450
4.
 AUBURN  23,420
5.
 Texas A&M  20,480
6.
 Florida State  19,681
7.
 Miami  16,447
8.
 USC  16,361
9.
 Florida  16,348
10.
 Nebraska  15,293
11.
 South Carolina  15,014
12.
 Texas  14,395
13.
 Wisconsin  13,908
14.
 Minnesota  11,960
15.
 North Carolina  11,798
16.
 Michigan State  11,722
17.
 Arizona  11,337
18.
 Tennessee  10,993
19.
 California  10,230
20.
 Penn State  10,114
21.
 Oklahoma  9,771
22.
 Stanford  9,411
23.
 Oklahoma State  9,376
24.
 Oregon State  9,032
25.
 LSU  8,959
 
*The Nebraska and Ohio State feeds also serve as main athletics department accounts.
 
 Instagram Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Oregon  372,532
2.
 Miami  111,475
3.
 AUBURN  74,380
4.
 Wisconsin  73,570
5.
 Michigan  70,141
6.
 Kansas  58,388
7.
 USC  53,124
8.
 Arkansas  52,987
9.
 Florida  52,827
10.
 UCLA  45,782
11.
 Texas A&M  45,176
12.
 Clemson  37,415
13.
 Mississippi State  32,060
14.
 UConn  30,885
15.
 South Carolina  28,235
16.
 Texas Tech  27,784
17.
 Washington  27,267
18.
 Michigan State  26,144
19.
 Kentucky  25,735
20.
 Tennessee  23,771
21.
 Georgia  23,195
22.
 Louisville  22,376
23.
 Maryland  22,044
24.
 Boise State  19,581
25.
 Syracuse  19,024
 
 Vine Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Clemson  20,700
2.
 Nebraska  16,400
3.
 Georgia  15,600
4.
 Miami  11,700
5.
 Florida  11,200
6.
 Kansas  10,900
7.
 Oklahoma  9,993
8.
 AUBURN  9,911
9.
 Iowa State  7,632
10.
 Ohio State  6,912
11.
 Wisconsin  6,633
12.
 Oregon  6,491
13.
 Oklahoma State  6,034
14.
 Arkansas  5,755
15.
 South Carolina  5,515
16.
 West Virginia  5,108
17.
 USC  4,879
18.
 Kentucky  4,326
19.
 Mississippi State  4,209
20.
 UConn  3,560
21.
 UCF  3,253
22.
 Texas Tech  3,147
23.
 Washington  2,312
24.
 Texas State  2,181
25.
 Baylor  2,088
 
 Pinterest Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Texas  23,870
2.
 Oregon  4,655
3.
 Iowa State  4,482
4.
 Texas Tech  4,215
5.
 Michigan State  3,747
6.
 AUBURN  3,474
7.
 Kansas State  3,059
8.
 Washington  2,597
9.
 Notre Dame  2,569
10.
 South Carolina  2,023
11.
 Florida  1,799
12.
 Tennessee  1,712
13.
 Virginia Tech  1,676
14.
 Oklahoma  1,509
15.
 Nebraska  1,490
16.
 Ohio State  1,469
17.
 Florida State  1,353
18.
 Clemson  1,303
19.
 Syracuse  1,203
20.
 Wisconsin  1,184
21.
 Penn State  1,178
22.
 Indiana  943
23.
 Washington State  941
24.
 UCF  921
25.
 Louisville  857
  
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 at the top of this page to record the numbers.
 
How is Facebook engagement calculated?
Facebook page insights provide an "Engagement this Week" number and "Total Likes" number. Divide "Engagement this Week" by "Total Likes" for percent engaged.
 
Where are our other pages/feeds/channels?
Our rankings include 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.
 
Are there other sources for rankings?
Our colleagues at Tennessee provide automated Twitter rankings by individual sport here. Coyle Media provides a myriad of rankings here.


 
 
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