With many ranked teams losing, expect the initial College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday evening to look drastically different than the AP Top 25 Poll we saw for Week 9. But two top 10 teams, Texas and Florida, fell in the rankings.
Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 167, Cincinnati 116, South Florida 87, Michigan State 48, Wisconsin 41, NC State 40, Northwestern 40, Miami 38, Georgia Southern 32, Oklahoma State 31, UAB 24, Stanford 21, Auburn 21, OR 20, San Diego State 16, Buffalo 14, Army 13, SC 11, Iowa State 6, Florida International 6, Virginia Tech 5, Pittsburgh 3, Duke 3, Boise State 2.
The teams that fell out of the Top 25 after losses are Oregon (No. 19), Wisconsin (No. 20 last week), South Florida (No. 21), NC State (No. 22), Stanford (No. 24) and Appalachian State (No. 25). Notre Dame 4. LSU 5.
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Previously unranked teams to crack the Top 25 are: Houston, Utah State, Fresno State, Mississippi State, Syracuse, Virginia and Boston College. Each week, he takes you inside the mind of an AP Top 25 voter for insight into the process, noteworthy debates, poll history and more.
Syracuse is ranked for the first time since 2001 and Virginia is in for the first time since 2011. MI 6. Georgia 7.
No. 2 Clemson defeated Florida St. 59-10 Saturday in Tallahassee, the third straight game that has seen the Tigers score 41-plus points. No. 17 Penn State did just enough to keep No. 18 Iowa at bay over in Happy Valley.