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The Week 2 college football slate left a lot to be desired entering Saturday, but chaos took over to make for an exciting set of games. Five ranked teams, Ohio State, Iowa State, Texas, USC and Utah, went down, and two others, Texas A&M and Notre Dame, needed a score in the final minutes to get by their unranked opponents.How many ranked teams went down in the College Football Playoff?
Five ranked teams, Ohio State, Iowa State, Texas, USC and Utah, went down, and two others, Texas A&M and Notre Dame, needed a score in the final minutes to get by their unranked opponents. This wild week in college football proved one thing: The playing field is as level as it’s ever been, save for Alabama.What teams dropped from the AP Top 25 in Week 11?
2018 College Football Rankings - Week 11. AP Top 25. Dropped from rankings: Utah 16, Houston 17, Iowa 19, Virginia 23, Texas A&M 25. Others receiving votes: Utah 110, Auburn 93, Wisconsin 37, Army 32, UAB 31, Northwestern 28, Iowa 17, Boise State 15, Purdue 14, Buffalo 11, Oregon 9, San Diego State 5, Duke 4, Texas A&M 3, Houston 3, Texas Tech 2.How did Clemson’s Week 3 wins compare to Oregon and Georgia Tech?
Oregon and Clemson both came away with wins in Week 3, but the nature of those wins was stark in contrast. Oregon demolished Stony Brook 48-7, while Clemson snuck away from Georgia Tech 14-8. The Yellow Jackets are a more formidable opponent than the Seawolves, but Clemson’s offense once again underwhelmed.