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NCAA College Football: Missouri Tigers jump 9 spots in WBN Top 25

For what is supposed to be a weak year in the SEC, the national rankings sure don’t show it. The SEC has nearly a third of the WBN Top 25 with eight teams represented. Alabama continues to have a deathgrip on the top spot, and Auburn makes its first appearance of the season at number twenty-five. The missouri Tigers made the biggest jump, however as they jumped nine spots to #14, just ahead of the team they defeated, Georgia.

Aside with Auburn, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin re-entered the poll this week.  Notre Dame, Northwestern, and Michigan were bounced out of the Top 25 to make room for the new teams.

 

 

  1. (1)  Alabama  (3)  (6-0) – vs Arkansas
  2. (2) Oregon (6-0) – vs Washington State
  3. (3)  Clemson  (6-0) – vs #5  FSU
  4. (4)  Ohio State  (6-0) – vs Iowa
  5. (6)  FSU  (5-0) – @ #3 Clemson
  6. (8)  Texas A&M  (5-1) – vs  #25 Auburn
  7. (10)  LSU  (6-1) – @ Ole Miss
  8. (8)  Louisville (6-0) – vs UCF
  9. (16)  UCLA  (5-0) – @ #12 Stanford
  10. (11)  South Carolina (5-1) – @ Tennessee
  11. (14)  Miami  (5-0) – @ North Carolina
  12. (5)  Stanford (5-1) – vs #9  UCLA
  13. (15)  Baylor (5-0) – vs Iowa State
  14. (23)  Missouri  (6-0) – vs #24 Florida
  15. (7)  Georgia  (4-2) – @ Vanderbilt
  16. (19)  Texas Tech  (6-0) – @ West Virginia
  17. (22)  Fresno State (5-0) – vs UN LV
  18. (12)  Oklahoma  (5-1) – @ Kansas
  19. (–)  Virginia Tech  (6-1) –  OFF
  20. (20)  Oklahoma State  (4-1) – vs TCU
  21. (25)  Northern Illinois (6-0) – @ Central Michigan
  22. (17)  Washington  (4-2) – @ Arizona State
  23. (–)  Wisconsin (4-2) – @ Illinois
  24. (13)  Florida  (4-2) – @ #14 Missouri
  25. (–)  Auburn  (5-1) – @ #6  Texas A&M

OTHERS:  Michigan, Nebraska

The WBN Poll is published every Monday on the Wildcat Blue Nation.  Poll voters this week were:  Paul Jordan,  Logan Jeffiries,  and Tyler Cox 

 

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