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College Football Polls: AP Top 25 Updated, Ranking Coaching Polls After Week 13

The week of college football rivalry pitted chalk against chaos, the latter marking a startling upheaval with just two weeks remaining in the regular season.

The Michigan No.5 was the biggest winner on Saturday, knocking down Ohio State No.2 42-27 for the program’s first win in “The Game” since 2011. That kept the Wolverines’ hope alive. making the college football qualifiers for the first time. under Jim Harbaugh while ending the Buckeyes’ offer for a fifth straight Big Ten Championship and fifth playoff appearance. Not a bad day at work.

MORE: Photo of the college football qualifiers for week 14

Elsewhere, the Bedlam Series lived up to its name as the Oklahoma State No.7 defeated Oklahoma No.10 in a game that slanted heavily in favor of both teams throughout. long game. The Cowboys secured their first victory in the rivalry since 2014, hosting a rematch against No.8 Baylor in the Big 12 Championship game. This will be the first time since TCU and Baylor shared the Big 12 title in 2014. that the Sooners will not compete for the conference championship.

Those games had huge implications for the later Top 25 standings, but arguably the craziest game of the day was the Iron Bowl, which saw the No.3 Alabama overcome a deficit of 10. -0 in the fourth quarter to beat Auburn 24-22 in four overtime. The victory kept Alabama alive in the playoff race for an extra week; Crimson Tide’s next game will be against No.1 Georgia, which eased Georgia Tech’s job in a 45-0 loss.

Other notable Rivalry Week games included LSU’s 27-24 loss to No.15 Texas A&M; the victory of Minnesota over No. 14 of Wisconsin; and North Texas’ 45-23 victory over previously undefeated 22nd UTSA.

Sporting News takes a look at how these matches affected the latest AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll rankings after the Rivalry Week action:

TOP 10 LOSSES: Ohio State | Oklahoma

College football rankings for week 14

Coach survey

Rank Team Save Points (vote n ° 1)
1 Georgia 12-0 1,550 (62)
2 Alabama 11-1 1440
3 Michigan 11-1 1,408
4 Cincinnati 12-0 1,399
5 Oklahoma State 11-1 1,285
6 our Lady 11-1 1,250
7 Ohio state 10-2 1,133
8 Ole Miss 10-2 1,097
9 Baylor 10-2 1,046
ten Oregon 10-2 932
11 Oklahoma 10-2 851
12 Iowa 10-2 845
13 Michigan State 10-2 840
14 BYU 10-2 741
15 Pitt 10-2 640
16 Houston 11-1 607
17 Utah 9-3 596
18 Wake forest 10-2 531
19 San Diego State 11-1 396
20 NC state 9-3 334
21 Louisiana 11-1 268
22 Kentucky 9-3 226
23 Texas A&M 8-4 202
24 Clemson 9-3 170
25 Arkansas 8-4 128

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 100; Texas-San Antonio 36; Appalachian State 30; Air Force 16; Minnesota 13; Purdue 11; State of Utah 8; Coastal Carolina 8; Penn State 5; UCLA 3; State of Fresno 3; State of Mississippi 2.




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