No Movement At The Top Of Our College Football Rankings; Oregon Still At #7

The top seven teams from last week remain the top seven in Week 11 of our index of top 25 teams.  Despite a loss to Kansas State, Oklahoma’s strong metrics in our system held the Sooners in the sixth-ranked position. 

Utah dropped from 8th to 9th after Georgia defeated strong SEC East contender Florida.

The PAC-12’s highest-ranked team is Oregon at seventh. 

Wake Forest was the only new team to enter our rankings and did so after an impressive win over North Carolina State.

Last week, our system correctly predicted that undefeated SMU would lose to Memphis and with that loss, the Mustangs dropped from the rankings.

Our Index was 39-9 (81%) in predicting games last week and now stands 467-138 (77%) for the season.

For more complete information on our rankings, click here.

Top 25

  1.   Ohio State 8-0
  2.   Clemson 9-0
  3.   Alabama 8-0
  4.   LSU 8-0
  5.   Penn State 8-0
  6.   Oklahoma 7-1
  7.   Oregon 8-1
  8.   Georgia 7-1
  9.   Utah 8-1
  10.   Minnesota 8-0
  11.   Michigan 7-2
  12.   Notre Dame 6-2
  13.   Iowa 6-2
  14.   Auburn 7-2
  15.   UCF 7-2
  16.   Florida 7-2
  17.   Baylor 8-0
  18.   Boise State 7-1
  19.   Wisconsin 6-2
  20.   Memphis 8-1
  21.   Cincinnati 7-1
  22.   Louisiana Tech 7-1
  23.   Wake Forest 7-2
  24.   Texas 5-3
  25.   Appalachian State 7-1
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Bobby Albrant is a former journalism major at the University of Oregon, creator of for college football predictions and rankings, former analyst for Southern Mississippi football games, and twenty years coaching girls basketball for all ages through CIF high school. He has three grown children with his youngest daughter playing on the Ventura (Ca) High School basketball team that defeated Dom Lugo High School and was the last high school game ever played by Diana Taurasi. He can be reached at