Newsweek College Football Top 20 Rankings, Games to Watch For Week 10


    Newsweek College Football Top 20 Rankings, Games to Look For Week 10

    Just a couple of weeks ago, there was a top five match in between Iowa and Penn State. Iowa won that game and lost their next 2. Penn State has lost 2 video games since that night in Iowa City. Both the Hawkeyes and Nittany Lions have actually toppled in the rankings.Iowa fell completely out after getting taken apart by Wisconsin on Saturday, and Penn State is hardly hanging on after a road loss to Ohio State.Georgia stays No. 1 in the current Newsweek leading 20 after smashing competing Florida, 34-7. Cincinnati dropped one spot to No. 3 after having a hard time early against an inferior challenger for a second-straight week. The Bearcats needed a good 2nd half to retreat from a one-win Tulane squad.Alabama, though idle on Saturday, moved up a spot to No. 2. The Crimson Tide have the LSU Tigers

    pertaining to Tuscaloosa this week.Michigan State beat in-state competing Michigan, 37-33, in an East Lansing thriller. The Spartans move up one area to No. 4 and the Wolverines slip 2 spots to No. 8.< source type= "image/webp" media =" (min-width: 992px )" srcset= " 1x" >Michigan State Football

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    Oklahoma is No. 5, followed by No. 6 Oregon and No. 7 Ohio State. Newsweek still remembers Oregon traveling almost all the way throughout the nation and, without five protective beginners, beating Ohio State in Columbus.Texas A&M stays pat at No.

    9 and the&Wake Forest Deamon Deacons get in the leading 10 in the 10th spot.Eight groups in recently’s top 20 lost, and 4 of them fell out of the rankings. That implies this week’s top 20 has four brand-new groups, consisting of: Auburn, Houston, UTSA and BYU. Houston knocked off formerly unbeaten SMU, Auburn won by 11 over Ole Miss and the UTSA Roadrunners remained undefeated.Here are the rankings for Week 10– October 31, 2021 Rank Group Record Previous Next Game 1 Georgia 8-0 1 vs Missouri 2 Alabama 7-1 3 vs LSU 3 Cincinnati 8-0 2 vs Tulsa 4 Michigan State 8-0 5 at Purdue 5 Oklahoma 9-0 4 Nov. 13 at Baylor 6 Oregon 7-1 7 at Washington

    7 Ohio State 7-1

    8 at Nebraska 8 Michigan 7-1 6 vs

    Indiana 9

    Texas A&M 6-2 9

    vs Auburn 10

    Wake Forest 8-0

    12 at North Carolina 11 Oklahoma


    7-1 13 at

    West Virginia

    12 Notre Dame 7-1

    14 vs Navy 13 Auburn 6-2

    NR at Texas A&M 14 Baylor 7-1 20 at TCU 15


    7-1 NR

    at South

    Florida 16 UTSA 8-0 NR at UTEP 17 Ole Miss 6-2 11 vs

    Liberty 18 Penn State 5-3 15 at Maryland 19

    BYU 7-2 NR vs

    Idaho State 20


    7-1 16

    at Memphis Dropped Out: No. 10 Iowa,

    No. 17


    , No. 18 Kentucky, No. 19

    San Diego State

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    top games to


    today:( Tuesday

    ) Eastern Michigan

    at Toledo( Wednesday) Northern Illinois at Kent State(


    ) Utah at Stanford

    Saturday Games Army at Flying Force Ohio State at Nebraska Wake Forest


    North Carolina SMU at


    Tulsa at Cincinnati Auburn at Texas A&M Oklahoma

    State at West

    Virginia Michigan State at

    Purdue Baylor


    TCU Navy


    Notre Dame Tennessee at Kentucky LSU at Alabama Indiana

    at Michigan Texas


    Iowa State Oregon

    at Washington

    Houston at South Florida

    UTSA at


    at Arizona State The first College Football Playoff rankings will be exposed Tuesday night.Published at

    Sun, 31

    Oct 2021 18:41:44 +0000

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