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Rankings are for official pages, feeds and channels that represent the overall athletics and football programs for FBS schools (individual coaches' accounts not included). For individual sport and coach Twitter feeds, please view automated rankings courtesy Tennessee Athletics.
 
 Facebook Top 25
 Official Page  Fans
1.
 Ohio St  1,894,108
2.
 Texas  1,622,947
3.
 Florida  1,541,872
4.
 N Carolina  1,091,513
5.
 Alabama  992,918
6.
 Georgia  922,199
7.
 Kentucky  893,390
8.
 Wisconsin  788,189
9.
 Oregon  773,248
10.
 Michigan St  687,834
11.
 Oklahoma  654,111
12.
 S Carolina  570,345
13.
 Nebraska  563,766
14.
 Arkansas  556,223
15.
 Iowa  533,551
16.
 Florida St  523,795
17.
 Missouri  490,860
18.
 AUBURN  480,816
19.
 Duke  465,499
20.
 Miami  406,257
21.
 LSU  358,718
22.
 Syracuse  356,756
23.
 Tennessee  336,894
24.
 Notre Dame  318,580
25.
 Minnesota  313,875
 
 Facebook Engagement*
 Engagement
Percent
1.
 Nebraska
46.2%
2.
 AUBURN
41.9%
3.
 Tennessee
26.9%
4.
 Georgia
22.8%
5.
 Michigan St
22.3%
6.
 Miami
19.7%
7.
 Notre Dame
18.3%
8.
 Ohio St
16.9%
9.
 Oregon
13.6%
10.
 Oklahoma
12.3%
11.
 Texas
10.7%
12.
 Florida St
8.1%
13.
 Arkansas
6.9%
14.
 Kentucky
6.7%
15.
 Alabama
6.5%
16.
 S Carolina
6.0%
17.
 Florida
5.9%
18.
 Duke
5.8%
19.
 Wisconsin
3.9%
20.
 Syracuse
3.5%
21.
 Iowa
4.7%
22.
 Minnesota
2.5%
23.
 N Carolina
2.1%
24.
 Missouri
1.6%
25.
 LSU
1.1%
 
 Facebook / Football
 Facebook Page  Fans
1.
 Michigan  1,442,401
2.
 LSU  1,222,064
3.
 Alabama  981,177
4.
 Oregon  827,703
5.
 Penn St  591,824
6.
 Notre Dame  552,220
7.
 Ohio St  547,859
8.
 Oklahoma  465,310
9.
 Florida St  436,601
10.
 Tennessee  430,996
11.
 Wisconsin  335,463
12.
 Miami  270,059
13.
 AUBURN  256,330
14.
 Washington  222,421
15.
 W Virginia  178,496
16.
 Georgia  153,177
17.
 BYU  133,343
18.
 TCU  112,909
19.
 Ole Miss  90,482
20.
 Oklahoma St  89,602
21.
 Arkansas  86,408
22.
 Texas A&M  82,743
23.
 Illinois  76,940
24.
 Mississippi St  75,880
25.
 Kansas  67,963
 
*Percentages for 25 largest pages ("Engagement This Week" divided by "Total Likes").

 
 Twitter Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Georgia  142,917
2.
 Florida  124,912
3.
 Alabama  119,521
4.
 Kentucky  102,537
5.
 Oklahoma  93,493
6.
 Kansas  91,476
7.
 Iowa  82,352
8.
 AUBURN  81,979
9.
 Oregon  78,006
10.
 S Carolina  77,801
11.
 Wisconsin  76,900
12.
 N Carolina  76,591
13.
 Notre Dame  67,042
14.
 Arkansas  65,330
15.
 USC  63,592
16.
 Ohio St  60,409
17.
 Clemson  57,209
18.
 Texas A&M  55,428
19.
 Miami  55,390
20.
 Texas  54,870
21.
 Tennessee  53,684
22.
 LSU  51,044
23.
 Missouri  50,619
24.
 UConn  50,321
25.
 Louisville  50,238
 
 Twitter / Football
 Football Feed  Followers
1.
 Michigan  218,226
2.
 Alabama  166,684
3.
 LSU  155,906
4.
 Nebraska*  148,366
5.
 Tennessee  120,435
6.
 AUBURN  116,993
7.
 Texas A&M  107,633
8.
 Florida St  103,391
9.
 Georgia  97,898
10.
 Oklahoma  92,379
11.
 Notre Dame  91,756
12.
 Florida  79,455
13.
 Wisconsin  78,354
14.
 Michigan St  76,171
15.
 Penn St  74,491
16.
 S Carolina  73,997
17.
 Oregon  56,765
18.
 Texas  56,373
19.
 Iowa  54,320
20.
 Arkansas  50,985
21.
 Oklahoma St  49,041
22.
 Ole Miss  47,814
23.
 Virginia Tech  47,386
24.
 N Carolina  44,545
25.
 Kentucky  42,056
 
 YouTube Top 25
 Official Channel  Subs
1.
 Oregon  27,620
2.
 AUBURN  20,955
3.
 Notre Dame  20,066
4.
 Florida St  16,933
5.
 Texas A&M  16,339
6.
 Kentucky  15,904
7.
 Miami  15,158
8.
 USC  13,647
9.
 Nebraska  13,480
10.
 S Carolina  12,900
11.
 Florida  12,625
12.
 Texas  12,127
13.
 Wisconsin  11,504
14.
 Tennessee  9,615
15.
 Minnesota  9,570
16.
 California  9,388
17.
 Michigan St  9,383
18.
 Oklahoma  8,973
19.
 Arizona  8,450
20.
 LSU  8,096
21.
 Stanford  8,094
22.
 Penn State  8,086
23.
 N Carolina  8,045
24.
 Oklahoma St  7,992
25.
 Maryland  7,378
 
*Nebraska's feed is a combined football and athletics department account.
 
 Instagram Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Oregon  187,935
2.
 Miami  89,333
3.
 Wisconsin  47,634
4.
 Michigan  42,606
5.
 Kansas  38,665
6.
 UCLA  38,316
7.
 AUBURN  37,538
8.
 USC  33,085
9.
 Texas A&M  31,914
10.
 Arkansas  31,104
11.
 UConn  28,077
12.
 Florida  25,593
13.
 Texas Tech  24,766
14.
 Texas  23,543
15.
 Clemson  23,498
16.
 S Carolina  21,973
17.
 Maryland  17,643
18.
 Louisville  17,225
19.
 Mississippi St  16,838
20.
 Washington  16,158
21.
 Syracuse  15,540
22.
 NC State  13,410
23.
 Tennessee  12,928
24.
 Iowa St  12,729
25.
 Duke  11,997
 
 Vine Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Georgia  11,100
2.
 Nebraska  10,000
3.
 AUBURN  8,125
4.
 Oklahoma  7,467
5.
 Kansas  7,351
6.
 Arkansas  5,385
7.
 Clemson  4,567
8.
 Miami  4,518
9.
 Ohio St  4,044
10.
 S Carolina  3,784
11.
 Florida  3,663
12.
 USC  3,577
13.
 Oregon  3,497
14.
 Mississippi St  3,195
15.
 Wisconsin  3,121
16.
 UConn  2,648
17.
 Iowa St  2,593
18.
 Oklahoma St  2,441
19.
 Texas Tech  2,306
20.
 UCF  2,051
21.
 Kentucky  2,006
22.
 Texas St  1,825
23.
 Washington  1,668
24.
 W Virginia  1,611
25.
 Baylor  1,492
 
 Pinterest Top 25
 Official Feed  Followers
1.
 Texas  21,527
2.
 Oregon  4,314
3.
 Texas Tech  3,993
4.
 Iowa St  3,665
5.
 Michigan St  3,427
6.
 AUBURN  3,186
7.
 Kansas St  2,928
8.
 Washington  2,503
9.
 Notre Dame  2,436
10.
 S Carolina  1,742
11.
 Tennessee  1,606
12.
 Virginia Tech  1,440
13.
 Oklahoma  1,412
14.
 Nebraska  1,313
15.
 Florida St  1,249
16.
 Clemson  1,220
17.
 Florida  1,167
18.
 Ohio State  1,151
19.
 Syracuse  1,121
20.
 Penn St  1,061
21.
 Wisconsin  1,031
22.
 Wash St  908
23.
 Indiana  865
24.
 UCF  819
25.
 Louisville  790
 
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.