Following the action in Week 10, with three top 10 teams losing on the same day, the updated American Football rankings were destined to undergo some notable changes. In the Coaches’ Poll, where all three of those top 10 teams started the weekend in the top six, changes include the elimination of Tennessee and Clemson, as well as Notre Dame’s return to the top 25.
Georgia remained No. 1 and only solidified its position at the top, earning 61 first-place votes, while Ohio State was firmly established at No. 2, but did not receive a single first-place vote. Michigan, moving up one spot to No. 3, received two first-place votes. The Bulldogs increased their first-place votes after beating Tennessee by two touchdowns, and as a result of the defeat, the Vols fell from 3rd to 5th in the eyes of the coaches. TCU was able to capitalize on the shake-up at the top, moving up three positions and breaking into the top five in 4th place after it improved to 9-0 thanks to a victory over Texas Tech.
Clemson also suffered his first loss of the season on the road, but by a wide margin (35-14) and from a team at Notre Dame that didn’t make the rankings last week and didn’t even appear in most of the coaches’ polls. bulletins. The Fighting Irish finished 33rd in the vote last week with just 11 points, but after beating Clemson to 6-3, the coaches moved Marcus Freeman’s team back into the top 25 to 25th, in while the Tigers dropped seven spots to 2nd. 12.
Elsewhere, LSU was expected to rise from 17th to 8th after beating Alabama in overtime, and Crimson Tide to drop from 6th to 11th. the entire coaches poll is from Texas, which moved up 10 spots from outside the top 25 to 18th after winning Kansas State.
Check out the full list of the top 25 voted by the 63 FBS Coaches who participated in the Coaches Poll. First place votes are in parentheses.
Top 25 Coaches in the Poll
- Georgia (61 votes for first place)
- Michigan (2)
- be miss
- University of California at Los Angeles
- North Carolina
- penn state
- state of North Carolina
- Kansas State
- Our lady
Others get votes: Coastal Carolina (77); Cincinnati (70); Wake Forest (53); Oklahoma State (53); Baylor (46); Florida State (22); Syracuse (20); Kansas (12); Mississippi (11); Troy (10); Louisville (9); Texas-San Antonio (6); Pittsburgh (4); Minnesota (4); South Carolina (3); Oregon State (3); Maryland (3); Boise State (1).
dropped out: No. 18, Oklahoma State; No. 19 Wake Forest; No. 22 Syracuse.