2013 Schedule Analysis Schedules Ranked in order of difficulty Note: Schedule analysis logic change this year- the reality of ODâ€™s is that user games are tougher than CPU games, so those with four as opposed to three are obviously more difficult. Ranked games are the next level of determining rank. 1. Oklahoma Non-conference- Auburn, Notre Dame Ohio State, Miami. User games- Auburn, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Miami. Ranked teams- seven. 2. Miami Non-conference- Florida, TCU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma. User games- Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, Oklahoma. Ranked teams- five. 3. North Carolina Non-conference- Alabama, Ohio State, Southern Cal, Auburn. User games- Alabama, Maryland, Miami, Auburn. Ranked teams-four. 4. Florida Non-conference- Miami, Maryland, South Florida, Florida State. User games- Miami Maryland, South Carolina, Florida State. Ranked teams- six. 5. Maryland Non-conference- Oklahoma State, Florida, West Virginia, Vanderbilt. User games-Oklahoma State, Florida, North Carolina, Florida State. Ranked teams- five. 6. Florida State Non-conference- Georgia, South Carolina, SMU, Florida. User games- South Carolina, Maryland, Miami, Florida. Ranked teams- four. 7. Auburn Non-conference- Oklahoma, Rutgers, Arizona State, North Carolina. User games- Oklahoma, Alabama, North Carolina. Ranked teams- six 8. South Carolina Non-conference- Florida State, Georgia, Missouri, Clemson. User games- Florida State, Florida, Missouri. Ranked teams- six. 9. Alabama- Non-conference- North Carolina, Iowa, Notre Dame, Nebraska. User games- North Carolina, Nebraska, Auburn. Ranked teams- five. 10. Nebraska Non-conference- Michigan, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, Alabama. User games- Missouri, Oklahoma, Alabama. Ranked teams- five. 11. Oklahoma State Non-conference- Maryland, Penn State, Oregon, Tulsa. User games- Maryland, Oklahoma, Missouri. Ranked teams- five. 12. Missouri Non-conference- Georgia, Central Michigan, South Carolina, Boise State. User games- South Carolina, Oklahoma State, Nebraska. Ranked teams- five.