College Football Rankings: November 13

It was quite a Saturday in college football. My top two teams remain the same, but Stanford and Boise State both lost.

1. Louisiana State (SEC) – 10-0
2. Oklahoma State (Big 12) – 10-0
3. Alabama (SEC) – 9-1
4. Oregon (Pac-12) – 9-1
5. Arkansas (SEC) – 9-1
6. Oklahoma (Big 12) – 8-1
7. Stanford (Pac-12) – 9-1
8. Virginia Tech (ACC) – 9-1
9. Houston (C-USA) – 10-0
10. Boise State (MWC) – 8-1
11. Clemson (ACC) – 9-1
12. Georgia (SEC) – 8-2
13. Michigan State (Big Ten) – 8-2
14. South Carolina (SEC) – 8-2
15. Wisconsin (Big Ten) – 8-2
16. Nebraska (Big Ten) – 8-2
17. Kansas State (Big 12) – 8-2
18. Texas Christian (MWC) – 8-2
19. Penn State (Big Ten) – 8-2
20. Michigan (Big Ten) – 8-2
21. Southern Miss (C-USA) – 8-1
22. Baylor (Big 12) – 6-3
23. Auburn (SEC) – 6-4
24. Notre Dame – 7-3
25. Florida State (ACC) – 7-3

6 thoughts on “College Football Rankings: November 13

  1. No way Auburn should still be in there. Yeah I know, their schedule has been tough, but a 6-4 team shouldn’t be in Top 25 regardless. USC should be in their instead.

    Otherwise, I agree. Except maybe Clemson should be ahead of Boise State.

    • I just don’t bother with USC since they can’t make a bowl game. If I were to rank them, they’d be about 20th. The other team I was considering for the top 25 was Texas. Both Auburn and Texas lost this week, and I think Auburn is better than Texas.

      If Clemson can beat South Carolina, they will move up quite a bit (past Boise, Houston, Virginia Tech).

      • If I had a vote, Boise wouldn’t even be in the top 10. Having a soft schedule and losing to TCU maybe puts them at #20, and that’s being generous.

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