NCAA college football rankings: Oregon Ducks remain number one

Upset Saturday has shaken up the rankings. Photo: Oregon Ducks remain at #1 in the TWTC rankings/AP

LOS ANGELES, October 13, 2013 — Upset Saturday has taken its toll on the top 25. See where your favorites team either jumped or fell to on our list. Our writers have weighed in.

The votes have been tallied and averaged. Each participating sports writer for The Washington Times Communities gets a vote for the top 25 teams in college football. The final results reflect the overall rank for each team.


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1. Oregon (6-0)

2. Alabama (6-0)

3. Clemson (6-0)

4. Florida St. (5-0) 

5. UCLA (5-0)

6. Louisville (6-0)

7. Ohio St. (6-0)

8. LSU (6-1)

9. Texas A&M (5-1)

10. Miami (5-0)

11. Stanford (5-1)

12. South Carolina (5-1)

13. Georgia (4-2)

14. Missouri (6-0)

14. Baylor (5-0)

16. Texas Tech (6-0)

17. Washington (4-2)

18. Fresno St. (5-0)

19. Florida (4-2)

20. Virginia Tech (6-1)

21. Oklahoma (5-1)

22. Oklahoma St. (4-1)

23. Northern Illinois (6-0)

24. Wisconsin (4-2)

25. Utah (4-2)

 


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Kevin J. Wells was born and raised in the Los Angeles area in a town called Montrose.  He currently plays guitar for and is a founding member of the Los Angeles punk rock band Emmer Effer.  He has worked in a number of different career fields including Behavioral Therapy, Commodities, Insurance, and most recently a food cart in Portland, OR. Kevin has been both a sports and entertainment columnist and editor for The Washington Times Communities since January 2013.

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