We take a look around the college football world and rank the best teams in the country. It’s the college football power rankings.
If you can believe it, we’re headed into the 11th week of the college football season. It was a wild Week 10 of college football, and with a number of unbeaten teams sending a message and other teams falling in the rankings with losses, we have quite the shakeup in our rankings heading into Week 11. Let’s get to it, this week’s college football power rankings
25. Arkansas (6-3)
The Razorbacks dominated Florida 31-10 on Saturday to become bowl eligible. It's been a bit of an up and down year, but this past Saturday showed what Arkansas is capable of.
24. USC (6-3)
USC topped Oregon 45-20 this past weekend for its fourth straight win. We'll see what the Trojans are really made of at Washington on Saturday.
23. Florida (6-2)
The Gators suffered a monumental loss at Arkansas as the SEC East is now a complete toss up, but the Gators still deserve to be among the top 25.
22. Washington State (7-2)
Washington State abused Arizona 69-7 on Saturday. The Cougars are a team flying under the radar.
21. Nebraska (7-2)
The Cornhuskers were embarrassed by Ohio State 62-3 on Saturday with quarterback Tommy Armstrong suffering a major injury before halftime. It was a tough day for Nebraska, but there is still plenty to play for this season.
20. LSU (5-3)
The Tigers fell to Alabama 10-0 and had chances to knock off the No. 1 team in the land, but were unable to do so. LSU still has plenty of power to be among the top 20 teams in the country.
19. Western Michigan (9-0)
The Broncos continued to flex their muscle on Tuesday as they topped Ball State 52-20. Just three more wins for a perfect season for the MAC powerhouse.
18. Virginia Tech (7-2)
The Hokies escaped Durham with a 24-21 win over Duke on Saturday as they sit atop the ACC Coastal Division controlling their own destiny.
17. Florida State (6-3)
Florida State topped NC State 24-20 becoming bowl eligible. There is still plenty of firepower on both sides of the ball for the 'Noles.
16. Oklahoma State (7-2)
The Cowboys picked up a 43-37 win at Kansas State on Saturday for their fourth win in a row. The Pokes have a tough stretch to close out the year with a home game against Texas Tech and road contest at TCU and Oklahoma.
15. Colorado (7-2)
The Buffaloes earned a tough 20-10 win over UCLA on Thursday. Colorado controls its fate in the Pac-12 South.
14. North Carolina (7-2)
North Carolina beat up on Georgia Tech 48-20 this past Saturday keeping its ACC Coastal Division hopes alive. The Tar Heels have won three straight games.
13. West Virginia (7-1)
The Mountaineers bounced back after their loss to Oklahoma State with a 48-21 win over Kansas. This team has a major offensive punch and are deserving of a top 15 spot.
12. Texas A&M (7-2)
The Aggies' playoff hopes all but faded away with a loss at Mississippi State on Saturday. Plus, quarterback Trevor Knight left the game with an injury. It wasn't the best afternoon for A&M.
11. Utah (7-2)
The Utes enjoyed a bye week after falling to Washington the week prior. Utah travels to Arizona State on Saturday.