College Football Rankings – Week 9

Alabama retained their number one spot after beating a good Texas A&M team. Ohio State dropped out of the top 5 following their loss to Penn State. Find out where your team stands in this week’s rankings below.

Rank Prev Team Rec +/- Note
1. 1. Alabama 8-0 0 Win vs Texas A&M, 33-14
2. 3. Michigan 7-0 +1 Win vs Illinois, 41-8
3. 4. Washington 7-0 +1 Win vs Oregon State, 41-17
4. 5. Clemson 7-0 +1 BYE
5. 7. Louisville 6-1 +2 Win vs NC State, 54-13
6. 2. Ohio State 6-1 -4 Loss vs Penn State, 24-21
7. 8. Baylor 6-0 +1 BYE
8. 9. Oklahoma 5-2 +1 Win vs Texas Tech, 66-59
9. 6. Texas A&M 6-1 -3 Loss vs Alabama, 33-14
10. 10. Nebraska 7-0 0 Win vs Purdue, 27-14
11. 12. Wisconsin 5-2 +1 Win vs Iowa, 17-9
12. 13. Florida State 5-2 +1 BYE
13. 14. LSU 5-2 +1 Win vs Ole Miss, 38-21
14. 15. Boise State 7-0 +1 Win vs BYU, 28-27
15. 17. West Virginia 6-0 +2 Win vs TCU, 34-10
16. 16. Florida 5-1 0 BYE
17. NR Auburn 5-2 +9 Win vs Arkansas, 56-3
18. 18. North Carolina 6-2 0 Win vs Virginia, 35-14
19. 11. Houston 6-2 -8 Loss vs SMU, 38-16
20. 21. Western Michigan 8-0 +1 Win vs Eastern Michigan, 45-31
21. 22. Oklahoma State 5-2 +1 Win vs Kansas, 44-20
22. NR Utah 7-1 +4 Win vs UCLA, 52-45
23. 23. Tennessee 5-2 0 BYE
24. NR Penn State 5-2 +2 Win vs Ohio State, 24-21
25. NR Colorado 6-2 +1 Win vs Stanford, 10-5

New Additions: Auburn (17), Utah (22), Penn State (24), Colorado (25)

Dropped Out: Arkansas (19), Ole Miss (20), Miami (Fl.) (24), Stanford (25)


PLAYOFF PREDICTIONS:
1. Alabama vs 4. Louisville
2. Michigan vs 3. Washington
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