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Projecting The AP Poll, Coaches’ Poll After Week 11 Of The College Football Season

Week 11 of the 2016 college football season was supposed to be boring. Instead, it delivered some of the biggest upsets of the year.

Saturday's main storylines? Both Clemson and Washington, previously undefeated, lost home games to fall out of the current College Football Playoff field. We also saw Michigan fall on the road to Iowa and Texas A&M fall back to mediocrity after a loss to Ole Miss - its third of the season. Here's what we learned:

  • Alabama, after dominating Mississippi State and seeing other top teams lose, is clearly in a class of its own.
  • Clemson played with fire again, and this time got burned, falling to Pittsburgh.
  • Washington didn't look like a top four team against USC.
  • Michigan looked incredibly vulnerable against Iowa, and the Big Ten East is a mess.

Here's what we expect the top ten to look like in both the AP Poll and the Coaches' Poll: