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2015 College Football Polls: Week 9

A quick look at the latest college football rankings, and a look ahead at the upcoming games.

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Week 9 Polls

Coaches AP S&P+ Massey
1 Ohio State (49) Ohio State (39) Clemson Clemson
2 Baylor (10) Baylor (7) Michigan Ohio State
3 TCU (2) Clemson (6) Baylor Alabama
4 LSU (1) LSU (5) Alabama LSU
5 Michigan State TCU (3) Ohio State Baylor
6 Clemson (1) Michigan State Oklahoma TCU
7 Alabama Alabama (1) LSU Notre Dame
8 Stanford Stanford Notre Dame Iowa
9 Notre Dame Notre Dame TCU Oklahoma
10 Oklahoma State Iowa West Virginia Stanford
11 Iowa Florida Florida State Michigan State
12 Florida Oklahoma State USC Utah
13 Oklahoma Utah Ole Miss Florida
14 Utah Oklahoma Stanford Michigan
15 Florida State Michigan Duke Memphis
16 Memphis Memphis Iowa Oklahoma State
17 Michigan Florida State UCLA Florida State
18 Duke Houston Florida Ole Miss
19 Houston Ole Miss Wisconsin USC
20 Toledo Toledo Appalachian State UCLA
21 Ole Miss Temple Utah Texas A&M
22 Temple Duke N.C. State Mississippi State
23 Georgia Pitt Toledo Houston
24 Pitt UCLA Oklahoma State Toledo
25 UCLA Mississippi State Mississippi State Temple

Georgia Overview

The Dawgs had a bye to regroup before their crucial showdown with Florida.


Fell Out: #15 Texas A&M, #20 Cal

Newcomers: #24 UCLA, #25 Mississippi State


#8 Alabama.  The Crimson Tide have one of the better teams in the country; however, they received a first place vote in the recent polls.  Alabama’s loss to Ole Miss knocks them from contention for the top spot until they meet LSU in two weeks, thus they are this week’s overrated team.


#12 Oklahoma State.  The Pokes are undefeated yet getting no respect in the recent polls, coming in at number 12.  Oklahoma State should be ranked a few positions higher above some of the one loss teams.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#9 Notre Dame at #21 Temple

Upset Alert

Last week I took Virginia Tech over Duke.  It was an overtime thriller, but the Hokies fell short.

This week, I’m going with Auburn at home to knock off Ole Miss.