Week Five College Football Top 25 Ranking

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Week Five College Football Top 25 Ranking


Week Five College Football Top 25 Ranking

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25. Pittsburgh Panthers (3-1)

24. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (3-1)

23. Kansas Jayhawks (4-0)

This may be difficult for some outsiders to believe, but the Kansas Jayhawks are a really good football team. Quarterback Jalon Daniels is the best player in football that you’ve never heard of. He has 15 total touchdowns and only one interception in their first four games. Coach Lance Leipold is building something special in Lawrence, Kansas. 

22. Florida State Seminoles (4-0)

Florida State is a team that nobody seems to be talking about despite having an undeafted record. They took down LSU earlier in the season and have looked impressive thus far. They get another test this week against Wake Forest and have a chance to prove they belong with some of the better ACC teams. Mike Norvell is having a redemption year as a coach and it’s nice to see this program doing well again.

21. Minnesota Golden Gophers (4-0)

20. Oklahoma Sooners (3-1)

19. BYU Cougars (3-1)

18. Arkansas Razorbacks (3-1)

17. Baylor Bears (3-1)

16. Texas A&M Aggies (3-1)

Texas A&M is an interesting team. They’re extremely talented, yet they still haven’t been able to put it together offensively. They got embarrassed by App State in week two at Kyle Field. They have rebounded well by beating Miami and Arkansas, but neither were pretty. They still do not have a good-looking, convincing win yet. 

15. Ole Miss Rebels (4-0)

14. Washington Huskies (4-0)

After taking down Michigan State a few weeks ago, the Huskies still look strong. They get a chance at UCLA this coming week and can really add to their good start to the season. It’s fun times in the Pacific Northwest again on Saturday’s and it starts from the leadership of new head coach Kalen DeBoer.

13. Utah Utes (3-1)

12. Oregon Ducks (3-1)

Another team that has rebounded from a bad loss early. Oregon has looked phenomenal ever since that drubbing they took at the hands of the Georgia Bulldogs in week one. They have beaten two really good teams in BYU and Washington State in the past two weeks. Bo Nix and Dan Lanning seem to have righted the ship in Eugene. Oregon is a real threat to win the Pac-12. 

11. NC State Wolfpack (4-0)

10. Oklahoma State Cowboys (3-0)

9. Penn State Nittany Lions (4-0)

8. Tennessee Volunteers (4-0)

Tennessee’s win over Florida is an enormous victory for the Volunteer program. If you’re old enough, you know how big of a rivalry this had been historically. If you’re young enough, you know how lopsided it had been in favor of the Gators. Coming into Saturday, Florida had won 16 of the last 17 matchups. Is it too late for Hendon Hooker to enter the Heisman race? 

7. Kentucky Wildcats (4-0)

6. Clemson Tigers (4-0)

5. Michigan Wolverines (4-0)

4. Southern California Trojans (4-0)

Is USC back? Offensively they look strong and while the defense has looked shaky at times this season, they shut up any doubters this past weekend. They had a good Oregon State offense to only 14 points on the road and won a gritty game up in Corvallis. It was the type of game that builds character in a program and the Trojans seem on a roll.

3. Ohio State Buckeyes (4-0)

2. Alabama Crimson Tide (4-0)

1. Georgia Bulldogs (4-0)

Georgia looks just as impressive as they did last season. The defending champions haven’t skipped a beat and continue to be one of the staples around the sport. This team just replenishes talent now and it has helped them look like one of the favorites to win the National Championship once again.

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