NCAA college football rankings: Oregon Ducks still the nation's best

Another Saturday of upsets has shaken up the top 25 teams in the country. Photo: Can Marcus Mariota carry Oregon to the BCS Championship?/AP

LOS ANGELES, October 20, 2013 — This week in college football saw more upsets. Clemson, UCLA, LSU, Texas A&M, Louisville, and South Carolina were all upset by their respective opponents. Looking at the top two teams in the nation, Oregon and Alabama, both won with ease. Alabama beat Arkansas 52-0, while the Ducks held Washington State to just two yards rushing, two.

The analysts at The Washington Times Communities have voted. See where your favorite team landed after all of the upsets from Saturday.


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1. Oregon (6-0)

2. Alabama (7-0)

3. Florida St. (6-0)

4. Ohio St. (7-0)

5. Miami (6-0)

6. Stanford (6-1)

7. Missouri (7-0)

8. Clemson (6-1)

9. Baylor (7-0)

10. Texas A&M (5-2)

11. UCLA (6-1)

12. Texas Tech (7-0)

13. Auburn (6-1)

14. Fresno St. (5-0)

15. Louisville (6-1)

16. Virginia Tech (6-1)

17. LSU (6-2)

18.  Northern Illinois (7-0)

19. Oklahoma (6-1)

20. Wisconsin (5-2)

21. Arizona St. (5-2)

22. South Carolina (5-2)

23. Oregon St. (6-1)

24. Michigan (6-1)

25. Georgia (4-3)

Kevin J. Wells is the Sports Editor for The Washington Times Communities and also writes about Major League Baseball and punk rock music. Follow him on Twitter @WellsOnBaseball

 


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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.

 

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