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2016 college football rankings, Week 10

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The Latest rankings are out.

NCAA Football: California at Southern California Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

The Latest AP and Coaches polls are out today and the top four of Alabama, Michigan, Clemson and Washington remained intact with Michigan, Clemson, Washington, and number 5 Louisville all going on the road this week and all finding ways to win.

The Big 12 may have seen their playoff hopes disappear as there are no longer any undefeated teams in the Big 12. Utah remained in the rankings despite the loss to Washington, Colorado was off and stayed ranked and with their narrow win over Oregon State the Washington State Cougars jumped into the rankings.

While USC has won 4 straight games they still have yet to overcome their 1-3 start and remain unranked in the AP and Coaches Poll. Though computer rankings like S&P+ and Massey both have the Trojans in their top 25 perhaps the playoff committee will too when their first rankings come out Tuesday at 4pm PSt

You can see the latest rankings below

AP Poll

  1. Alabama
  2. Michigan
  3. Clemson
  4. Washington
  5. Louisville
  6. Ohio State
  7. Texas A&M
  8. Wisconsin
  9. Nebraska
  10. Florida
  11. Auburn
  12. Oklahoma
  13. Baylor
  14. West Virginia
  15. LSU
  16. Utah
  17. Western Michigan
  18. North Carolina
  19. Florida State
  20. Penn State
  21. Colorado
  22. Oklahoma State
  23. Virginia Tech
  24. Boise State
  25. Washington State

Coaches Poll

  1. Alabama
  2. Michigan
  3. Clemson
  4. Washington
  5. Louisville
  6. Ohio State
  7. Texas A&M
  8. Wisconsin
  9. Florida
  10. Nebraska
  11. Oklahoma
  12. Auburn
  13. Baylor
  14. LSU
  15. West Virginia
  16. Utah
  17. North Carolina
  18. Western Michigan
  19. Florida State
  20. Colorado
  21. Virginia Tech
  22. Oklahoma State
  23. Penn State
  24. Boise State
  25. Washington State

rankings used here

The Associated Press Top 25: The longest-running and best-respected human poll. Didn't have any official bearing on the latter years of the BCS, and doesn't have any official bearing on the Playoff. Most outlets (including SB Nation) will use the AP's rankings as the standard until the committee takes over in November, though. Usually comes out on Sundays about 2 p.m. ET.

The USA Today Coaches Poll: Formerly part of the BCS, and now just a poll. It tends to react more cautiously than the AP's. Though polling athletic departments in order to rank other athletic departments is dubious, we still want multiple human polls in here, and this is the other big one. Releases early Sunday afternoons.

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