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NCAA College Football Top 25 - Week 14

Rick Gagliano | Through games of December 7, 2015

RANK TEAM RECORD
1. Clemson 13-0
2. Alabama 12-1
3. Michigan State 12-1
4. Oklahoma 11-1
5. Stanford 11-2
6. Ohio State 11-1
7. Iowa 10-1
8. Florida State 10-2
9. Notre Dame 10-2
10. Oregon 9-3
11. North Carolina 11-2
12. Northwestern 10-2
13. Ole Miss 9-3
14. San Diego State 10-3
15. Houston 12-1
16. TCU 10-2
17. Georgia 9-3
18. Michigan 9-3
19. Oklahoma State 10-2
20. Florida 10-3
21. BYU 9-3
22. Western Kentucky 11-2
23. Bowling Green 10-3
24. Navy 9-2
25. Baylor 9-3

--- Week 14 Notes below ---


Week 14 Notes:

Onward to Bowl Season!

Saturday's championship games certainly didn't disappoint, with the outcome setting up a very plausible and fair four-team playoff with nary a gripe from the outside-looking-in crowd.

#1 Clemson remained atop the Downtown Magazine Top 25 Rankings with a convincing, 45-37 victory over North Carolina for the ACC title. #2 Alabama routed Florida, 29-15, taking the SEC crown, while Michigan State, ranked #5 coming into the weekend, upended #3 - and previously undefeated - Iowa, 16-13, capturing the Big Ten title.

The Spartans moved into the #3 spot over Oklahoma, merely by the fact that they played and won a championship game, while the Sooners sat home and watched, having already clinched the Big 12 conference, which has no championship game.

Thus, the final four of college football is set, and for what may be the first time in recorded history, Downtown Magazine is in agreement.

In the playoffs, #1 Clemson meets #4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl; #2 Alabama plays #3 Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl. Both games are December 31, 4:00 and 8:00 pm ET, respectively.

The national championship game is January 11, at University of Phoenix Stadium, in Glendale, Arizona.

So, on to the Army-Navy game this coming weekend and then four weeks of bowl games, the first of which is less than two weeks away, on December 19, when Alcorn State faces North Carolina A&T in the Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl. Who knew?

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