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2015 College Football Polls: Week 10

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

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Week 10 Polls

AP Coaches S&P+ Massey
1 Ohio State (39) Ohio State (48) Clemson Clemson
2 Baylor (6) Baylor (9) Alabama Ohio State
3 Clemson (6) TCU (4) Michigan LSU
4 LSU (5) LSU (1) Ohio State Alabama
5 TCU (4) Clemson (2) Baylor TCU
6 Michigan State Michigan State LSU Notre Dame
7 Alabama (1) Alabama TCU Baylor
8 Notre Dame Stanford Oklahoma Michigan State
9 Stanford Notre Dame Notre Dame Iowa
10 Iowa Oklahoma State Florida Florida
11 Florida Iowa USC Stanford
12 Oklahoma State Florida Ole Miss Oklahoma
13 Utah Oklahoma West Virginia Utah
14 Oklahoma Utah Florida State Michigan
15 Memphis Florida State Wisconsin Oklahoma State
16 Michigan Memphis Iowa Memphis
17 Florida State Michigan Stanford Ole Miss
18 Houston Houston Washington USC
19 Ole Miss Ole Miss UCLA Florida State
20 Toledo Toledo Toledo Houston
21 North Carolina North Carolina Mississippi State Toledo
22 UCLA UCLA Tennessee Mississippi State
23 Temple Temple Michigan State Texas A&M
24 Mississippi State Texas A&M Utah Wisconsin
25 Texas A&M Mississippi State Duke North Carolina

Georgia Overview

Georgia… well Georgia got destroyed by Florida 27-3 in an extremely disappointing performance in Jacksonville.  I don’t want to think about it anymore, but something has to change in Athens.

The Dawgs will look to right the ship against the Kentucky Wildcats at home this Saturday.

Movers

Fell Out: #22 Duke, #23 Pitt

Newcomers: #21 North Carolina, #24 Texas A&M

Overrated

#15 Florida State.  The Seminoles have performed well this season, with their only blemish coming against Georgia Tech in one of the crazier finishes to a game you’ll see.  However, with a showdown against Clemson looming this weekend, I’d imagine Florida State will take a tumble in the polls next week.

Underrated

#18 Houston.  Most of the love in the American has gone to Memphis, but Houston may actually be the best team in the conference.  After shutting out Vanderbilt 34-0, the Cougars are now 8-0 and looking to bust into a high profile bowl, or potentially even the CFB Playoff.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#17 Florida State at #3 Clemson

#5 TCU at #12 Oklahoma State

#4 LSU at #7 Alabama

Upset Alert

Last week I picked Auburn to upset Ole Miss.  The Tigers gave them a scare, but the Rebels hung on for a 27-19 win.

This week, I’m taking the Indiana Hoosiers to give the Iowa Hawkeyes their first loss of the season.