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2016 College Football Polls: Week 13

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

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Week 13 Polls

AP (last week, if different) Coaches (LW) S&P+ Massey
1 Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama
2 Ohio State Ohio State Michigan Ohio State
3 Michigan (4) Clemson (5) Ohio State Michigan
4 Clemson (5) Michigan Clemson Clemson
5 Wisconsin (6) Washington (7) Louisville Washington
6 Washington (7) Wisconsin Washington Wisconsin
7 Oklahoma (8) Oklahoma (8) LSU Penn State
8 Penn State (9) Penn State (10) USC Colorado
9 Colorado (12) Colorado (12) Auburn Louisville
10 Oklahoma State (13) Oklahoma State (13) Wisconsin Oklahoma
11 Louisville (3) Louisville (3) Florida State USC
12 USC (15) USC (19) Penn State WMU
13 Florida (21) Florida (18) Oklahoma FSU
14 Western Michigan Florida State (15) Colorado Auburn
15 Florida State (17) Nebraska (17) Western Kentucky Wash. State
16 Auburn (18) Auburn Boise State Stanford
17 Nebraska (19) West Virginia (9) Florida Boise State
18 Houston (NR) Western Michigan (21) Texas A&M Florida
19 West Virginia (10) Boise State (23) Miami Oklahoma State
20 Boise State (22) Utah (11) Temple Texas A&M
21 Utah (11) Houston (NR) Houston Nebraska
22 Texas A&M (23) Texas A&M North Carolina Houston
23 Washington State (20) Washington State (20) San Diego State LSU
24 Tennessee (NR) Tennessee NR) Western Michigan Tennessee
25 LSU (16) North Carolina (24) Oklahoma State WVU

Georgia Overview

Georgia took care of business in the black jerseys, beating Louisiana-Lafayette 35-21.  Nick Chubb rushed for over 100 yards and Isaiah McKenzie took a punt to the house.

It’s Tech week, let’s hope the Dawgs continue their strong finish to the season.


Fell Out: #24 San Diego State, #25 Troy

Newcomers: #18 Houston, #24 Tennessee


#5 Wisconsin

The Badgers are a very good team and still have a shot at making the playoff.  However, I would have still ranked Washington ahead of them.  We’ll see how they fare in the Big 10 Championship.


#18 Houston

The Cougars looked like the team that beat Oklahoma to start the season rather than the one that lost to SMU.  Houston dominated Louisville and showed that when they are at their best, they can compete with anyone in the nation.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#25 LSU at #22 Texas A&M

#6 Washington at #23 Washington State

#3 Michigan at #2 Ohio State

#16 Auburn at #1 Alabama

#21 Utah at #9 Colorado

#13 Florida at #15 Florida State

Upset Alert

Last week, Oklahoma State beat TCU and it wasn’t close.

This week, rivalry week, I’m taking Vanderbilt to knock off Tennessee and get bowl eligible.