Ranking the nonconference schedules: the Top 10

Les Miles was talking about his former school earlier this spring, how Oklahoma State has quickly become a factor in the college football world because of a deep-pocketed booster and a young, charismatic coach.
“Georgia’s going to have a hell of a time there, you know what I mean?” said Miles, who coached in Stillwater earlier this decade before leaving for LSU in 2005. “Man, have a nice day.”

Top 10 nonconference schedules
1. Georgia: