I don’t know what to make of last week. In the week leading up to the first College Football Playoff rankings reveal, we saw everybody and their mother lose, and it made all of our jobs extremely difficult. Am I confident in these rankings that you are about to see? Not really. I promise you that that’s the same case for the people on the CFP Committee. They’re going to have to defend these whacky rankings. Best of luck to them.

Check out the NCAAF Week 10 Power Rankings below!

1. Alabama (8-0)

2. Clemson (8-0)

3. Notre Dame (8-0)

4. Michigan (7-1)

5. LSU (7-1)

6. Georgia (7-1)

7. Oklahoma (7-1)

8. Ohio State (7-1)

9. UCF (7-0)

10. Washington (7-1)

11. Penn State (6-2)

12. West Virginia (6-1)

13. Kentucky (7-1)

14. Texas (6-2)

15. Utah (6-2)

16. Florida (6-2)

17. Iowa (6-2)

18. Fresno State (7-1)

19. Virginia (6-2)

20. Houston (7-1)

21. Utah State (7-1)

22. Washington (6-3)

23. Cincinnati (7-1)

24. Northwestern (5-3)

25. Texas A&M (5-3)

Notables:

26. Michigan State (5-3)

27. Boise State (6-2)

28. Mississippi State (5-3)

29. Wisconsin (5-3)

30. Auburn (5-3)

31. South Florida (7-1)

32. Stanford (5-3)

33. Syracuse (6-2)

34. Boston College (6-2)

35. UAB (7-1)

36. Oklahoma State (5-3)

37. California (5-3)

38. North Carolina State (5-2)

39. Georgia Southern (7-1)

40. Oregon (5-3)

Dropped From Rankings:

  • San Diego State (26)
  • Texas Tech (27)
  • Miami (FL) (29)
  • Virginia Tech (30)
  • Appalachian State (35)
  • Colorado (37)
  • Purdue (39)

That’ll do it for the NCAAF Week 10 Power Rankings. What did you think of the whacky 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 10/28/18 at 12:43 PM EDT.
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Matthew "Joneszee" Jones https://powerrankingsandmore.com

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

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