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AP Top 25 College Football Rankings – Week 14

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AP Top 25 college football rankings heading into Week 14 of the 2016 season. Alabama and Ohio State proved they’re clearly the top two teams in the nation.


The Game certianly did not disappoint, as Ohio State outlasted Michigan on Saturday. Curtis Samuel’s 15-yard touchdown run in the second overtime gave the Buckeyes a 30-27 victory. Some will debate whether or not they deserve to play in the College Football Playoff despite not even winning their division in their own conference, but that had no bearing on the voters for the AP Top 25.

Ohio State remained the clear No. 2 behind Alabama, which remained the unanimous No. 1. The Crimson Tide took the suspense out of the Iron Bowl with a 30-12 win over Auburn. The Tigers had a small drop because of the loss, but it wasn’t nearly as significant as Louisville’s after the Cardinals lost to Kentucky at home, 41-38, on a last-second field goal.

Despite its defeat, Michigan fell only to No. 5 as the Big Ten kept four teams in the top 10. Penn State and Wisconsin will meet in next week’s Big Ten Championship Game, and there’s a possibility the winner of that contest could gain some traction amongst the CFP committee.

Here’s a look at the rest of the AP Top 25 that was released Sunday afternoon.

Week 14 AP Top 25 Rankings

1. Alabama (Last week 1)

2. Ohio State (2)

3. Clemson (4)

4. Washington (6)

5. Michigan (3)

6. Wisconsin (5)

7. Oklahoma (7)

8. Penn State (8)

9. Colorado (9)

10. USC (12)

11. Oklahoma State (10)

12. Florida State (15)

13. Western Michigan (14)

14. West Virginia (19)

15. Florida (13)

16. Louisville (11)

17. Stanford (NR)

18. Auburn (16)

19. Virginia Tech (NR)

20. Navy (NR)

21. LSU (25)

22. Iowa (NR)

23. Nebraska (17)

t24. South Florida (NR)

t24. Pittsburgh (NR)

MORE: 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 14

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