Carnahan Chronicles College Football Rankings (Week 11)

Did you see the College Football Playoff rankings that were released Tuesday? Looks like there’ll be plenty to complain about by the time this whole thing concludes at the end of the regular season. Quick question: Will Nebraska (8-1) or Duke (8-1) ever crack the Top 10? They’ll likely need to win their conferences for that to happen. Here’s the updated Carnahan Chronicles College Football Rankings…

#1 (1) Florida State (9-0) – Won 34-20 vs Virginia
#2 (2) Mississippi State (9-0) – Won 45-16 vs Tennessee-Martin
#3 (4) Oregon (9-1) – Won 51-27 at No. 17 Utah
#4 (5) Alabama (8-1) – Won 20-13 at No. 16 LSU
#5 (10) Baylor (8-1) – Won 48-14 at No. 15 Oklahoma
#6 (6) TCU (8-1) – Won 41-20 vs No. 7 Kansas State
#7 (–) Arizona State (8-1) – Won 55-31 vs No. 10 Notre Dame
#8 (–) Ohio State (8-1) – Won 49-37 at No. 8 Michigan State
#9 (3) Auburn (7-2) – Lost 41-38 vs Texas A&M
#10 (–) UCLA (8-2) – Won 44-30 at Washington

Dropped out – #7 Notre Dame (lost 55-31 at No. 9 Arizona State); #8 Michigan State (lost 49-37 vs No. 14 Ohio State); #9 Kansas State (lost 41-20 at No. 6 TCU)

NOTES: Texas (5-5) beat No. 23 West Virginia (6-4) 33-16 last week… Because FSU is the defending national champions and Mississippi State is still unbeaten they remain atop these rankings… Biggest matchups this week featuring teams in the College Football Playoff Top 25 are No. 1 Mississippi State (9-0) at No. 5 Alabama (8-1)… No. 8 Ohio State (8-1) at No. 25 Minnesota (7-2)… No. 9 Auburn (7-2) at No. 15 Georgia (7-2)… No. 16 Nebraska (8-1) at No. 20 Wisconsin (7-2)… No. 19 Clemson (7-2) at No. 22 Georgia Tech (8-2)

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