Rankings are determined by different "POLLS", the NCAA Coaches poll and the Associated Press (AP) Poll. Generally, most media outlets accept the coaches poll as the official ranking, and when you see a ranking on a televised game, it's the coaches poll rank. When you say points, I'm assuming you mean the BCS point system. The BCS takes several polls into consideration to include a computer polls. It averages these polls and assigns a weight (think point scale) to the average. It then adds for losses and strength of schedule. The team with the best (lowest) score gets ranked the highest. The two highest at the end of the college season are ranked 1 and 2 and play each other in a major Jan bowl.
103 points scored by wyoming
Georgia tech 222 Cumberland 0!!! worst whipping ever in college football
Australia are ranked 20th in the FIFA World ranking, but rating changes monthly on points system
== == The 1916 game where Cumberland faced Georgia Tech was the most points scored in a college football game. Georgia Tech won 222 - 0. == ==
new york knights
AURBURN The team that scored the most points.
ole miss rebels
Yes you can return it for two points
I would probably say zero
Most points scored in one quarter in college football is Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes, the Huskers scored 48 points in the 3rd quarter. (year not known-maybe mid 80s)
Points scored - Points allowed = NET Points[Football]
In tennis, world rankings are determined by points. Players earn points throughout the year by competing well in multiple tournaments on the pro tour. This system means that the no. 2 player can beat the no.1 player in any given match, but they will not be guaranteed to takeover the no.1 spot. Thus players must defend ranking points if they want to remain at the top of the world rankings.
I believe they all count for the same amount of points - 200 ATP ranking points and 2000 overall points for the South African Airlines Ranking system.
Oklahoma in 2008.
GA tech 222-0