School Ranking Dirty 30 Team Rankings 2013 | | last sorted on 12/15/2013 DIRTY THIRTY JUCO RANKINGS

The Dirty Thirty Junior College Team Rankings enters it's eighth season (2005-present). The rankings reflect the performance on the field, the strength of that programs conference, team records, players in key positions and input from Brad Hoiseth and the staff at

This is a National Junior College Ranking that includes the NJCAA and California programs. Please visit the Forums to share your insight or observations. Visit the Past Dirty Thirty Final Rankings Page (2005-2012) for past champions
1East Mississippi C.C.ScoobaMS12-01
Too much for No. 3 Georgia Military in NJCAA title game (52-32)
2Butte C.C.OrovilleCA12-03
Defeated #4 Fullerton (28-13) TO SHARE NATIONAL TITLE WITH EAST MISSISSIPPI (glitches in the software only allows for one No. 1 ranking)
3Georgia Military CollegeMilledgevilleGA8-14
Not enough for No. 1 East Mississippi in NJCAA title game (32-52)
4Fullerton C.C.FullertonCA12-12
Fell to No. 1 Butte in California state title game (13-28)
5Iowa Western C.C.Council BluffsIA11-15
Won defensive struggle with No. 18 Butler at the Graphic Edge Bowl (6-0)
6College of San MateoSan MateoCA10-17
Messed up No. 35 American River in Bothman Bulldog Bowl (75-9) for big finish to the season
7Trinity Valley C.C.AthensTX9-28
Clobbered No. 26 Mesa in C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl for a big finish (72-23)
8Scottsdale C.C.ScottsdaleAZ10-16
Was pushed by No. 30 Dodge City in the Valley of the Sun Bowl before winning (50-42)
9Riverside C.C.RiversideCA10-29
Ran out of gas against No. 4 Fullerton (14-23) in SoCal title game to end season
10Mt. San Antonio C.C.WalnutCa9-210
Clobbered No. 49 Ventura in Golden State Bowl (42-14) to finish on a high note
11ASA CollegeBrooklynNY6-111
Stifled No. 42 DuPage in Carrier Bowl (23-3) for solid finish to the season
12Jones County J.C.EllisvilleMS9-212
Declined bowl invites after tremendous season in toughest conference in the nation
13Gulf Coast C.C.PerkinstonMS8-213
Declined bowl options after solid season in toughest conference in the nation
14Navarro J.C.CorsicanaTX8-322
Clipped No. 15 Hinds in Brazos Valley Bowl thriller (34-27)
15Hinds C.C.RaymondMS7-315
Nipped by No. 14 Navarro in Brazos Valley Bowl (27-34)
16Copiah-Lincoln C.C.WessonMS7-216
Left out of the bowl picture after a solid season in a brutal conference
17Golden West C.C.Huntington BeachCA9-217
Ran out of steam against No. 9 Riverside (17-27) to end historic season
18Butler County C.C.El DoradoKS9-214
Couldn't generate any offense against No. 5 Iowa Western in Graphic Edge Bowl loss (0-6)
19Nassau C.C.Garden CityNY7-218
Left at home for the holidays after a successful season
20Hutchinson C.C.HutchinsonKS7-420
Blasted unranked Dakota-Bottineau in bad Salt City Bowl matchup (57-0)
21Citrus C.C.GlendoraCA8-321
Beat Saddleback in Beach Bowl (25-14) to end a great campaign
22Tyler J.C.TylerTX8-223
Dominated at Football Capital of Kansas Bowl against Garden City (47-21)
23City College of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCA8-324
Streaked past No. 50 Sierra in San Francisco Bowl (59-31)
24Laney C.C.OaklandCA8-325
Ran past Diablo Valley in Bay Bowl (29-14) to end a solid campaign
25College of the CanyonsSanta ClaritaCA8-326
Came unglued against No. 4 Fullerton (17-56) to finish great season on a low note
26Mesa C.C.MesaAZ8-3*19
Manhandled by No. 7 Trinity Valley in C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl (23-72)
27New Mexico Military InstituteRoswellNM7-428
Enjoyed solid win over Arizona Western at El Toro Bowl (32-16)
28Itawamba C.C.FultonMS6-427
Solid season ended early with no bowl options
29Cerritos C.C.NorwalkCA7-430
Streaked past Grossmont in Western State Bowl (64-33) for solid finish to season
30Dodge City C.C.Dodge CityKS6-4NR
Manly showing in loss to No. 8 Scottsdale in bowl game (42-50) earns a top-30 finish

Others on the Bubble: Highland (KS) 6-4, Fresno City (CA) 7-4, Modesto (CA) 6-5, Santa Monica (CA) 8-2, American River (CA) 8-3, Southwestern (CA) 9-2, Chabot (CA) 8-3, Los Angeles Pierce (CA) 9-2, Chaffey (CA) 9-2, Siskiyous (CA) 8-3, Monroe (NY) 5-3, DuPage (IL) 6-4, Hartnell (CA) 9-2, Iowa Central 6-5, Rochester (MN) 10-2, San Bernadino Valley (CA) 8-3, Central Lakes (MN) 9-2, Contra Costa (CA) 7-4, Ventura (CA) 6-5, Sierra (CA) 6-5
* won 1 game by forfeit