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Here is the latest edition of the AP Top 25 college football poll:
2. Notre Dame
3. Ohio State
5. Texas A&M
14. Oklahoma State
15. Coastal Carolina
17. Iowa State
1) Obviously, with no. 4 Notre Dame defeating no. 1 Clemson, there was going to be movement at the top — even if Clemson was missing Trevor Lawrence. Notre Dame not only leapfrogged Clemson, but also jumped ahead of Ohio State. Nonetheless, it seems likely we will get a rematch between Notre Dame and Clemson in the ACC title game that will go a long way towards telling the story of the College Football Playoff.
2) The SEC has three teams in the top six, with Texas A&M and Florida jumping up in the rankings this week (A&M was no. 7 last week and Florida was no. 8).
3) Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, Marshall, and Liberty continue to be interesting stories of undefeated teams that we don’t normally see in the top 25.
4) Wisconsin dropped from no. 10 to no. 13 after not playing the last two weeks, and it’s hard to argue with the idea of vaulting teams that played and won ahead of them.
In this truncated season, we’re already well on the march to conference title games and the College Football Playoff. I
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The CFP committee would have put ND #1, and rightfully so.
When was the last time IU was in the top ten in football? Was 11/21 circled on anyone’s (Outside of Bloomington)calendar?