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CrazySportsDude College Football Top 25 Week 13 – Oklahoma is #2

Rank Team  Change Result Why?
 1  Alabama (11-0)  No Change  Beat Mercer 56-0  LSU and Texas A&M keep winning, and Alabama keeps dominating everybody else on their schedule.
 2  Oklahoma (10-1)  Up  Beat Kansas 41-3  More wins vs Top 25 teams than anybody else in title contention.
 3  Clemson (10-1)  No Change  Beat The Citadel 61-3  The Auburn win keeps looking better and better, they play South Carolina this week.
 4  Miami (10-0)  Down  Beat Virginia 44-28  Miami is 10-0, but about half of those wins could have gone either way, game control matters to me.
 5  Wisconsin (11-0)  No Change  Beat Michigan 24-10  Wisconsin has two wins vs Top 25 teams, more than Clemson or Miami, they will make my top four if they win out.
 6  Auburn (9-2)  No Change  Beat Louisiana-Monroe 42-14  Auburn’s only losses are to Clemson and LSU, and the Tigers have wins over Georgia and Mississippi State.
 7  Georgia (10-1)  No Change  Beat Kentucky 42-13  Georgia dominated Kentucky this week, they still have a chance to make the top four with wins the next  two weeks.
 8  Ohio State (9-2)  No Change  Beat Illinois 52-14  Ohio State keeps dominating teams, but that Iowa game will make it hard for me to move them into the top four.
 9  Penn State (9-2)  Up  Beat Nebraska 56-44  Penn State controlled Nebraska the whole game, a New Year’s Six bowl seems like a lock.
 10  UCF (10-0)  Down  Beat Temple 45-19  UCF will have a chance to add two more top 25 wins to their resume the next two weeks.
 11  Notre Dame (9-2)  Down  Beat Navy 24-17  Navy almost went into South Bend and won, and because of that the Irish swap places with Penn State.
 12  USC (10-2)  No Change  Beat UCLA 28-23  The highest ranked team in the Pac-12 is USC after the Trojans beat UCLA.
13  TCU (9-2)  No Change  Beat Texas Tech 27-3  TCU has the inside track to a New Year’s Six bowl, they control their own destiny for the Big 12 Title.
 14  Washington (9-2)  Up  Beat Utah 33-30  Almost lost to a team they should’ve dominated, but they move up a spot due to Oklahoma State’s loss.
 15  Washington State (9-2)  Up  Bye Week  Bye Week, moves up thanks to OK State’s loss.
 16  Stanford (8-3)  Up  Beat Cal 17-14  See #14.
 17  Mississippi State (8-3)  Up  Beat Arkansas 28-21  See #14.
 18  Oklahoma State (8-3)  Down  Lost to Kansas State 45-40  Oklahoma State showed tenacity and almost came back against Kansas State, but the loss drops them a few spots.
 19  Memphis (10-1)  No Change  Beat SMU 66-45  Memphis hasn’t beat a top 30 team yet, but they will get an opportunity in the AAC Title Game.
 20  USF (10-1)  Up  Beat Tulsa 27-20  South Florida plays UCF this week, and then with a win will take on Memphis in the AAC Title Game with a chance to improve their resume.
 21  Boise State (9-2)  NEW  Beat Air Force 44-19  Boise has won seven straight, and they move into the top 25.
 22  LSU (8-3)  No Change  Beat Tennessee 30-10  That loss to Troy would normally be disqualifying, but the Tigers beat Auburn.
 23  Northwestern (8-3)  NEW  Beat Minnesota 39-0  Northwestern has won six straight, including a win over Michigan State.
 24  Michigan State (8-3)  No Change  Beat Maryland 17-7  Michigan State beat Penn State and Michigan, so that’s two top 25 wins.
 25  Michigan (8-3)  Down  Lost to Wisconsin 24-10  By the skin of their teeth, Michigan stays in the Top 25, but a loss this week will knock them out.

First Five Out: #26 Virginia Tech, #27 NC State, #28 Texas A&M, #29 San Diego State, #30 South Carolina

Dropped Out: Then-#23 Virginia Tech and Then-#25

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