Despite a Week 1 loss against Maryland, Texas had a chance to make the College Football Playoff due to a six-game winning streak that included a victory over Oklahoma. But the Longhorns blew that opportunity with a 38-35 defeat to Oklahoma State on Saturday that effectively ended their Playoff hopes.
Texas was the only top-10 team to fall to an unranked program this weekend, and the latest rankings offered few meaningful changes outside of the Longhorns’ drop from No. 6 to No. 15.
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Georgia crushed Florida, 36-17, pushing the Bulldogs up one spot to No. 6 and dropping the Gators from No. 9 to No. 13.
Three of the Pac-12’s five ranked teams lost, as then-No. 15 Washington fell to Cal, then-No. 19 Oregon was blown out by Arizona and then-No. 24 Stanford went down against Washington State. Due to those results, Washington, Oregon and Stanford dropped out of the top 25.
Here are college football rankings from the AP and Coaches polls ahead of Week 10:
(Dropped out: Texas A&M, Wisconsin, South Florida, Oregon, NC State, Stanford, Miami; Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 167; Cincinnati 116; South Florida 87; Michigan State 48; Wisconsin 41; NC State 40; Northwestern 40; Miami 38; Georgia Southern 32; Oklahoma State 31; UAB 24; Stanford 21; Auburn 21; Oregon 20; San Diego State 16; Buffalo 14; Army 13; South Carolina 11; Iowa State 6; Florida International 6; Virginia Tech 5; Pittsburgh 3; Duke 3; Boise State 2).
College football rankings: AP Top 25
(Others receiving votes: Washington 120, Northwestern 86, Georgia Southern 62, Michigan St. 51, Cincinnati 45, Iowa St. 42, South Florida 29, Stanford 26, Oklahoma St. 24, UAB 17, Oregon 13, Wisconsin 12, Auburn 7, San Diego St. 6, Army 6, NC State 5, California 2, Buffalo 1).
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