With the loss, Michigan dropped down four spots from No. 4 to No. 8. That allowed Georgia, after its win over Georgia Tech, to slide up from No. 5 to No. 4. Oklahoma also moved up from No. 6 to No. 5 after locking up a spot in the Big 12 title game in a shootout victory over West Virginia.
With the Big Ten East-clinching win, Ohio State moved up to No. 6 after being No. 10 last week. Could OSU see a similar jump in Tuesdays College Football Playoff rankings?
Another big move in the AP poll came from Washington. UW beat rival Washington State to win the Pac-12 North and moved up six spots to No. 10 as a result. WSU fell from No. 7 to No. 12 and is out of the CFP race.
1. Alabama 2. Clemson 3. Notre Dame 4. Georgia 5. Oklahoma 6. Ohio State 7. UCF 8. Michigan 9. Texas 10. Washington 11. Florida 12. Washington State 13. LSU 14. Penn State 15. West Virginia 16. Kentucky 17. Utah 18. Syracuse 19. Boise State 20. Miss St 21. Northwestern 22. Texas A&M 23. Army 24. Iowa State 25. Fresno State
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Following a full Week 13 in college football, the USA Today/Amway Coaches Poll has released its latest top 25, and the top 10 has two new teams with No. 9 Texas and No. 10 Florida. The Longhorns are coming off of a 24-17 win against Kansas that, while interesting at times, puts them in the Big 12 Championship Game for a rematch against No. 5 Oklahoma. Florida ended a five-game losing streak to Florida State to finish the season 9-3 with a spot all but officially secured in a New Years Six bowl.
Other movements in the top 10 include Ohio State rising four spots to No. 6 after thrashing Michigan 62-39. The Wolverines, which had the No. 1 defense in the country coming into the rivalry game, falls four spots to No. 8 and is all but officially out of the playoff hunt.
Elsewhere, LSU mysteriously falls six spots to No. 14 after losing to Texas A&M 74-72 in seven overtimes. Utah State fell the most of any top-25 team, dropping nine spots to No. 24 after losing to Boise State 33-24. Pitt drops out of the top 25 after losing to Miami 24-3, but the Panthers were already locked in to the ACC Championship Game vs. Clemson.
Others Receiving Votes: Iowa State 103; Cincinnati 82; NC State 55; Missouri 33; Iowa 20; Appalachian State 14; Pittsburgh 13; Memphis 6; UAB 4; Stanford 3; Oregon 3; Buffalo 3; Wisconsin 1; California 1; Georgia Southern 1
Ben Kercheval joined CBS Sports in 2016 and has been covering college football since 2010. Before CBS, Ben worked at Bleacher Report, UPROXX Sports and NBC Sports. As a long-suffering North Texas graduate,… Full Bio