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NCAA College Football Top 25 - Week 10

Rick Gagliano | Through games of November 7, 2015

RANK TEAM RECORD
1. Ohio State 9-0
2. Baylor 8-0
3. Clemson 9-0
4. Alabama 8-1
5. Iowa 9-0
6. Oklahoma State 9-0
7. Notre Dame 8-1
8. Oklahoma 8-1
9. Stanford 8-1
10. Utah 8-1
11. Florida 8-1
12. TCU 8-1
13. Michigan State 8-1
14. Houston 9-0
15. Michigan 7-2
16. North Carolina 8-1
17. LSU 7-1
18. Navy 7-1
19. Florida State 7-2
20. Temple 8-1
21. UCLA 7-2
22. Wisconsin 8-2
23. Mississippi State 7-2
24. Memphis 8-1
25. Bowling Green 7-2

--- Week 10 Notes below ---


Week 10 Notes:

Chaos Reigns

Nine teams in the Downtown Magazine Top 25 Rankings went down in flames over the weekend, five of them falling from the ranks of the undefeated, those being TCU, Michigan State, LSU, Memphis and Toledo.

The losses by previously-unbeaten squads leaves a serious six squads without blemishes to their W-L records.

Led by #1 Ohio State, a ho-hum, 28-14 winner over Minnesota, the Buckeyes improved to 9-0 overall with a 5-0 mark in the Big Ten. They still have games against Michigan State and Michigan remaining.

#2 Baylor improved to 8-0 with a Thursday night victory over Kansas State, 31-24. If the Bears are truly destined for the four-team playoff, they'll earn it over the coming weeks. They face Oklahoma this week, then play back-to-back road games against Oklahoma State and TCU on the 21st and 27th, an imposing schedule.

Next is #3 Clemson, which dispatched Florida State, 23-13, in a hard-fought ACC game that will land the winner in the conference championship, ostensibly against the North Carolina Tar Heels, quickly moving up the ranks (from 22 to 16) after destroying arch-rival Duke.

Clemson finished with week with a 9-0 record; North Carolina is 8-1, their sole loss on opening weekend, 17-13, to South Carolina.

Iowa also kept their record clean, at 9-0, and #5 in the rankings, winning at Indiana, 35-27.

Oklahoma State, at #6, remained undefeated (9-0) with their stunning, 49-29, rout of previously-unbeaten TCU. The Horned Frogs had been flagged by some as the class of the conference. The Cowboys dashed that dubious storyline.

#14 Houston rounds out the half-dozen unbeaten teams at 9-0. The Cougars held on for a 33-30 win over Cincinnati and now have a hold on first place in the American Athletic West, along with Navy, winners over Memphis, 45-20. Both the Middies and Cougars are 5-0 in conference. Navy is 7-1, their loss coming on October 10 at Notre Dame, 41-24.

Michigan State, ranked #3 last week, but dropped to #13 after their first loss, was beaten by a point, 39-38, at Nebraska, which was the surprise of the week. The Cornhuskers are 4-6.

LSU fell to Alabama, 30-16, dropping their record to 8-1, and slipping all the way down to #17 this week.

The other unbeaten team to feel the heat was Toledo, a 32-27 loser to Northern Illinois, the perennial MAC powerhouse. With the Rockets dropping out of the rankings, the MAC is represented by Bowling Green, at #25.

Numbers 7 through 11 are occupied by teams with one loss, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford,, Utah, and Florida, followed by TCU and Michigan State.

Copyright 2015, 2016, Rick Gagliano, Downtown Magazine. All rights reserved. Downtown Magazine is located in the Uinted States of America and is not affiliated with the National Football League or the NCAA. For more information, contact us here. Use of this site is for entertainment purposes only.

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