College football updated polls: AP Top 25, Coaches Poll rankings after Week 11

College football updated polls: AP Top 25, Coaches Poll rankings after Week 11

Week 11 was a curious slate of games for college football’s AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll voters.

Several top 25 teams were out of commission over the weekend due to COVID-19 issues, either on their team or their opponents. That includes No. 1 Alabama (LSU), No. 3 Ohio State (Maryland), No. 5 Texas A&M (Tennessee), No. 12 Georgia (Missouri), No. 15 Coastal Carolina (Troy) and No. 24 Auburn (Mississippi State). No. 4 Clemson was also off due to a previously scheduled bye.

That said, there were plenty of telling games from among college football’s top teams: No. 6 Florida whipped Arkansas 63-35, setting the Gators up as the favorite to win the SEC East. No. 2 Notre Dame got an early test from Boston College, but managed to avoid the ghost of 1993 for a 45-31 win. No. 9 Miami kept its hopes for a New Year’s Day 6 bid alive with a 25-24 win over Virginia Tech, and No. 10 Indiana set itself up for an unbelievable opportunity next week by blanking Michigan State 24-0.

Elsewhere, No. 7 Cincinnati continued its run of dominance against ECU, demolishing the Pirates 55-17. No. 13 Wisconsin showed no signs of rust after a two-week layoff, whipping Michigan 49-11 to drop Jim Harbaugh to 1-3 on the season. And No. 11 Oregon and No. 20 USC both managed to stay unbeaten and keep their slim College Football Playoff hopes alive.

It certainly wasn’t a complete week of college football, but we still saw enough to get a decent look at the national landscape as we enter the final week of competition before the first CFP polls are released. With that, here are the latest top 25 rankings from the AP Top 25 and Coaches Polls after Week 11:

College football polls updated after Week 11

Coaches Poll

Moved in: North Carolina; Louisiana.
Others receiving votes: Tulsa 67; Utah 35; SMU 28; Appalachian State 24; Purdue 22; Missouri 19; Kentucky 19; Arkansas 13; Nevada 12; San Jose State 11; Boise State 11; Army 11; Memphis 10; Maryland 10; Boston College 10; Tennessee 6; Washington 4; Kansas State 3; Colorado 3.

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