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2019 College Football Playoff Rankings and Polls: Week 11

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 02 Georgia v Florida Photo by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Polls: Week 11

Rank CFP Rankings AP Poll
Rank CFP Rankings AP Poll
1 Ohio State LSU
2 LSU Alabama
3 Alabama Ohio State
4 Penn State Clemson
5 Clemson Penn State
6 Georgia Georgia
7 Oregon Oregon
8 Utah Utah
9 Oklahoma Oklahoma
10 Florida Florida
11 Auburn Baylor
12 Baylor Auburn
13 Wisconsin Minnesota
14 Michigan Michigan
15 Notre Dame Notre Dame
16 Kansas State Wisconsin
17 Minnesota Cincinnati
18 Iowa Iowa
19 Wake Forest Memphis
20 Cincinnati Kansas State
21 Memphis Boise State
22 Boise State Wake Forest
23 Oklahoma State SMU
24 Navy San Diego State
25 SMU Navy

Georgia Overview

The Dawgs went down to Jacksonville and won their third straight against Florida, prevailing by a score of 24-17. The offense completed 12 of 18 third downs against Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham’s unit, and Lawrence Cager had a career day going for 7 catches and 132 yards with a score.

The Dawgs return home against Missouri Saturday night under the lights, between the hedges, and in the driver’s seat for the SEC East title.


Fell Out: #20 Appalachian State

Newcomers: #25 Navy


#8 Utah. The Utes are very fortunate to win against Washington, thanks in large part to a momentum shifting pick-six thrown by Jacob Eason. Utah will fall to Oregon later this season, and quite possibly to UCLA this weekend.


#13 Minnesota. Minnesota is being regarded very similarly to Iowa back in 2015, when the Hawkeyes went undefeated in the regular season with a shot at the Playoff despite not being THAT good. This Golden Gophers team is much better than that Iowa team, and they have a legitimate shot at upsetting Penn State this weekend.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#5 Penn State at #13 Minnesota

#1 LSU at #2 Alabama

#18 Iowa at #16 Wisconsin

Upset Alert

Last week, I incorrectly predicted SMU would topple Memphis on the road. This week, against my better judgment, I’ll be taking LSU to defeat Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Please @ me and let me know how wrong I am… because you’re right.