Purdue and Washington State capped off a somewhat slow day of college football with major upsets over Ohio State and Oregon respectively. I don’t know how many of you have actually followed Purdue’s season this year, but they could easily be a 1-loss team right now if they had a play or two go their way. As for Washington State, if they win out and win the PAC-12, are they actually contenders for the College Football Playoff? The first CFP rankings come out a week from Tuesday…

Check out the NCAAF Week 9 Power Rankings below!

1. Alabama (8-0)

2. Clemson (7-0)

3. Notre Dame (7-0)

4. Michigan (7-1)

5. LSU (7-1)

6. Texas (6-1)

7. Georgia (6-1)

8. Oklahoma (6-1)

9. UCF (7-0)

10. Washington (6-2)

11. Florida (6-1)

12. Ohio State (7-1)

13. Penn State (5-2)

14. Iowa (6-1)

15. Kentucky (6-1)

16. Washington State (6-1)

17. West Virginia (5-1)

18. Texas A&M (5-2)

19. Wisconsin (5-2)

20. South Florida (7-0)

21. Oregon (5-2)

22. Utah (5-2)

23. Stanford (5-2)

24. North Carolina State (5-1)

25. Fresno State (6-1)

Notables:

26. San Diego State (6-1)

27. Texas Tech (5-2)

28. Virginia (5-2)

29. Miami (FL) (5-2)

30. Virginia Tech (4-2)

31. Cincinnati (6-1)

32. Utah State (6-1)

33. Auburn (5-3)

34. Houston (6-1)

35. Appalachian State (5-1)

36. Boise State (5-2)

37. Colorado (5-2)

38. Michigan State (4-3)

39. Purdue (4-3)

40. Mississippi State (4-3)

Dropped From Rankings:

  • USC (22)
  • Duke (32)
  • Boston College (39)

That’ll do it for the NCAAF Week 9 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 10/21/18 at 12:23 PM EDT. Photo credit: Sporting News.
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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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