Just like last week, the consistency of the world of college football was thrown out the window. With that, I fully predict that the College Football Playoff rankings this coming Tuesday will be wrong. Why are they wrong? Because they are not right. (Boom. Roasted.) I’m right. The NCAAF Week 11 Power Rankings are below.

1. Alabama (9-0)

2. Clemson (9-0)

3. Notre Dame (9-0)

4. Michigan (8-1)

5. Georgia (8-1)

6. Oklahoma (8-1)

7. West Virginia (7-1)

8. Ohio State (8-1)

9. UCF (8-0)

10. LSU (7-2)

11. Washington State (8-1)

12. Fresno State (8-1)

13. Utah State (8-1)

14. Cincinnati (8-1)

15. Washington (7-3)

16. Kentucky (7-2)

17. Mississippi State (6-3)

18. Syracuse (7-2)

19. Boston College (7-2)

20. Auburn (6-3)

21. Texas (6-3)

22. Michigan State (6-3)

23. Wisconsin (6-3)

24. Penn State (6-3)

25. Florida (6-3)

Notables:

26. North Carolina State (6-2)

27. Iowa (6-3)

28. Boise State (7-2)

29. Iowa State (5-3)

30. Utah (6-3)

31. UAB (8-1)

32. Oregon (6-3)

33. Purdue (5-4)

34. South Carolina (5-3)

35. Buffalo (8-1)

36. Houston (7-2)

37. Northwestern (5-4)

38. Texas A&M (5-4)

39. Stanford (5-4)

40. Army (7-2)

Dropped From Rankings:

  • Virginia (19)
  • South Florida (31)
  • Oklahoma State (36)
  • California (37)
  • Georgia Southern (39)

That’ll do it for the NCAAF Week 11 Power Rankings. What did you think of the list this week? Where would you rank these teams? Be sure to tell me all about it and more in the comment section below.

Published on 11/4/18 at 2:03 AM EST. Photo credit: Sports Illustrated.
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Matthew "Joneszee" Jones http://www.powerrankingsandmore.com

Core Group leader at Ball State Chi Alpha. I currently do PRAM on the side for fun.

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