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AP College Football Top 25 Rankings; Six Newcomers In Week 14

The latest AP College Football Top 25 Rankings in Week 14, as six new teams enter the poll and Alabama and Ohio State stay No. 1 and No. 2.

NEW YORK, Sporting Alert – Alabama and Ohio State remain No. 1 and No. 2, but there six new teams entering AP College Football Top 25 rankings on Sunday.

The Crimson Tide (12-0) collected all 61 first-place votes again this week for 1,525 points

Alabama easily took care of then-No. 16 Auburn, 30-12, to win their third successive Iron Bowl and coach Nick Saban believes it was the perfect game to prepare his team for the SEC Championships game against Florida.

Meanwhile, Ohio State (11-1) stayed No. 2 this week after Curtis Samuel scored the winning touchdown to seal a thrilling 30-27 double-overtime victory over last week’s No. 3 ranked Michigan.

Clemson (11-1) is up one spot to No. 3 after clubbing rival South Carolina, 56-7 at home at the weekend, with Deshaun Watson matching his career high with six touchdown passes.

Washington jumped two places to No. 4, Michigan dropped two slots to No. 5, following the loss to the Buckeyes on Saturday.

Despite beating Minnesota, 31-17, Wisconsin slipped one spot to No. 6 and the Badgers are being trailed by Oklahoma, Penn State, Colorado and Southern California in the top 10.

Among the newcomers this week are South Florida and Pittsburgh who were tied for No. 24.

Joining them in the poll this week are No. 17 Stanford, No. 19 Virginia Tech, No. 20 Navy and No. 22 Iowa.

With six teams entering the AP college football top 25 rankings this week, six others had to make way after losing.

Making the exit in Week 14 are Houston 18, Boise State 20, Utah 21, Texas A&M 22, Washington State 23, Tennessee 24.

AP College Football Top 25 Rankings
Week 14, Sunday, November 27

RK TEAM REC PTS
1 Alabama(61) 12-0 1525
2 Ohio State 11-1 1456
3 Clemson 11-1 1383
4 Washington 11-1 1298
5 Michigan 10-2 1264
6 Wisconsin 10-2 1237
7 Oklahoma 9-2 1141
8 Penn State 10-2 1118
9 Colorado 10-2 1035
10 USC 9-3 948
11 Oklahoma State 9-2 931
12 Florida State 9-3 847
13 Western Michigan 12-0 807
14 West Virginia 9-2 726
15 Florida 8-3 471
16 Louisville 9-3 468
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18 Auburn 8-4 423
19 Virginia Tech 9-3 420 NR
20 Navy 9-2 387 NR
21 LSU 7-4 338
22 Iowa 8-4 217 NR
23 Nebraska 9-3 181
24 Pittsburgh 8-4 168 NR
South Florida 10-2 168 NR

Dropped from rankings: Houston 18, Boise State 20, Utah 21, Texas A&M 22, Washington State 23, Tennessee 24

Others receiving votes: Houston 98, Boise State 92, Utah 88, Washington State 35, Texas A&M 33, Air Force 22, Temple 21, Tennessee 12, Troy 7, Miami 5, Georgia Tech 2, Tulsa 1