NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Numerous Upsets Cause Huge Shake-Up

Danny Cox - Author

Feb. 20 2017, Updated 11:11 p.m. ET

The new NCAA football rankings are now out after all the action of the weekend, and it was a wild one. Numerous upsets took place, as unbeaten team after unbeaten team fell, and it caused a lot of uncertainty now on the road to the College Football Playoffs. The new Coaches Poll and Associated Press Top 25 Poll have both been released, and things look drastically different from top to bottom.

On Tuesday, the first College Football Playoff rankings were released for the 2015 season, and there are already going to be big changes this upcoming week. A number of unbeaten teams went down, including the LSU Tigers, who dropped to No. 9 on this week’s Coaches Poll.

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Clemson is playing better than ever and are quickly gaining on the Ohio State Buckeyes, who have remained at No. 1 all season in the Coaches Poll. This week, Ohio State ended up with just 34 first-place votes while Clemson snagged 21 of them away.


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