Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 College Football Top 25 Rankings: Week 9

After Beating Clemson on National TV, Florida State Lays Claim to the Nation's No. 1 Ranking

After Beating Clemson on National TV, Florida State Lays Claim to the Nation’s No. 1 Ranking

Upset Saturday impacted nearly every conference in the country and completed rattled the rankings as we knew them. And now with the National Championship chase in full swing, each and every contest going forward will be under the microscope as we try and figure out the top two teams (for the last time).

Completely disagree with the way in which these teams are ordered? Believe that you’re better at ranking teams that have yet to play a game? Share your thoughts/gripes/manifestos in the comments.

Atlantic Coast Convos 2013 Top 25 (Week 9)

1. Florida State Seminoles (6-0) (Last: 5)

2. Alabama Crimson Tide (7-0) (Last: 1)

3. Oregon Ducks (7-0) (Last: 2)

4. Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0) (Last: 4)

5. Missouri Tigers (7-0) (Last: 14)

6. Stanford Cardinal (6-1) (Last: 12)

7. Miami Hurricanes (6-0) (Last: 9)

8. Baylor Bears (6-0) (Last: 13)

9. Texas Tech Red Raiders (7-0) (Last: 16)

10. Clemson Tigers (6-1) (Last: 3)

11. UCLA Bruins (5-1) (Last: 10)

12. Texas A&M Aggies (5-2) (Last: 7)

13. LSU Tigers (6-2) (Last: 8)

14. Auburn Tigers (6-1) (Last: 24)

15. Virginia Tech Hokies (6-1) (Last: 18)

16. Fresno State Bulldogs (6-0) (Last: 17)

17. Louisville Cardinals (6-1) (Last: 6)

18. Northern Illinois Huskies (7-0) (Last: 19)

19. Oklahoma State Cowboys (5-1) (Last: 20)

20. Oklahoma Sooners (6-1) (Last: NR)

21. South Carolina Gamecocks (5-2) (Last: 11)

22. UCF Knights (5-1) (Last: NR)

23. Arizona State Sun Devils (5-2) (Last: NR)

24. Wisconsin Badgers (5-2) (Last: 22)

25. Oregon State Beavers (6-1) (Last: 25)

Next Five: Nebraska, Ball State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame

Per conference: SEC (6), Pac-12 (5), ACC (4), Big 12 (4), Big Ten (2), American (2), MAC (1), MWC (1)

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