Nov. 6 FBS top 25


Here's our stab at a Football Bowl Subdivision top 25.


1. Alabama (9-0) — This annual game with LSU has become quite the one-sided "rivalry."

2. Clemson (9-0) — Operating a high level right now.

3. Notre Dame (9-0) — Knows when to hit on the afterburners.

4. Michigan (8-1) — Playing as well as anyone right now.

5. Oklahoma (8-1) — If someone were to slow down this offense, it wasn't going to be Texas Tech.

6. Georgia (8-1) — Booked a date with the Crimson Tide in Atlanta.

7. West Virginia (7-1) — Will Grier with a Heisman-type moment against Texas.

8. LSU (7-2) — Just could not block Alabama's front all night.

9. Central Florida (8-0) — Faced a real test, and passed.

10. Ohio State (8-1) — Really hasn't played as well as it is capable.

11. Washington State (8-1) — The Pac-12's best, dwindling hope for a playoff berth.

12. Kentucky (7-2) — Georgia never let the Wildcats in the game.

13. Boston College (7-2) — Program has not hit this level of excitement in over a decade.

14. Syracuse (7-2) — Coach Dino Babers bringing what most expected when he arrived.

15. Penn State (6-3) — Never had a chance against the Wolverines.

16. Florida (6-3) — Hasn't looked the same since beating LSU.

17. Texas (6-3) — Has had trouble sustaining any type of success lately.

18. Mississippi State (6-3) — This defense brings it every week.

19. Utah State (8-1) — Best team in Utah? Looks like it.

20. Washington (7-3) — Strong win over Stanford.

21. Fresno State (8-1) — Trip to Boise never an easy one.

22. NC State (6-2) — Wolfpack took care of a reeling Florida State team.

23. Iowa State (5-3) — This team starting to get on a roll.

24. Cincinnati (8-1) — Gets the 1-2 punch of South Florida and Central Florida next.

25. Michigan State (6-3) — This team is capable of knocking off Ohio State this week.

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