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College Football Monday – Week 11 Georgia Maintains #1 Ranking

College Football Monday – Week 11

Purdue Upsets Michigan State
Texas A&M Beats Auburn

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Weekly Rankings

Team of Week –  
  #9 Texas A&M beats #17 Auburn, 20-3
 
Upset of the Week –
    Purdue over Michigan St., 40-29

Offensive Player of  Week – QB Aidan O’Connell – Purdue
Defensive Player of  Week – CB Steven Jones – Appalachian State
 
Upcoming Key Weekly Matchup – 11/13
    #3 Oklahoma (9-0) @ #13 Baylor (7-2)
         Clash of Big 12 Contenders

DraftInsiders.com   Top 25 Rankings

Rank / Team               Record               
1 Georgia                        9-0
2 Alabama                     8-1                   
3 Oklahoma                  9-0                   
4 Ohio State                  8-1                   
5 Cincinnati                  9-0                   
6 Oregon                        8-1                   
7 Notre Dame               8-1                   
8 Michigan  State       8-1
9 Texas A&M                 7-2                   
10 Michigan                  8-1                   
11 Oklahoma State     8-1
12 Wake Forest            8-1                   
13 Baylor                       7-2                   
14 Ole Miss                   7-2
15 Iowa                          6-2
16 UTSA                        8-0       
17 Auburn                     6-3                   
18 Pittsburgh               7-2                   
19 North Carolina St   7-2
20 BYU                           8-2
21 Houston                    7-1
22 Coastal Carolina     7-1       
23 Penn State               6-3
24 Wisconsin               6-3       
25 Louisiana                8-1
 

Coaches Poll

Rank /     Team             Record / Pts    
1          Georgia (64)     9-0        1600    
2          Alabama            8-1        1483    
3          Cincinnati         9-0        1430    
4          Oklahoma         9-0        1423    
5          Ohio State         8-1        1356    
6          Oregon               8-1        1291    
7          Notre Dame      8-1        1182    
8          Michigan          8-1        1099    
9          Michigan St     8-1        1074    
10         Oklahoma St   8-1        1045    
11         Texas A&M       7-2        1023    
12         Ole Miss            7-2        862      
13         Wake Forest    8-1        769      
14         Iowa                   7-2        636      
15         BYU                    8-2        552      
16         UTSA                 9-0        525      
17         Houston           8-1        472      
18         Baylor              7-2        449      
19         NC State           7-2        445      
20         Auburn             6-3        382      
21         Coastal Carolina 8-1    335      
22         Pittsburgh        7-2        293      
23         Penn State        6-3        249      
24        Wisconsin         6-3        177      
25         Louisiana         8-1        164      

          Others receiving votes: Arkansas 116, San Diego State 103, Purdue 77, Kentucky 74, Utah 34, Iowa State 21, Appalachian State 19, SMU 18, Minnesota 10, Nevada 3, Fresno State 3, Clemson 3, Tennessee 2, Arizona State 1
 
Dropped from rankings: Kentucky 17, SMU 24
 




Draft Insiders’ – NFL Power Poll – Week 9 – Rams Claim Top Spot

Draft Insiders’ – NFL Power Poll – Week 9

Packers Roll over Cardinals
Titans Take Command in AFC South with Win over Colts

Team of the Week 
Packers (7-1) over Cardinals (7-1) – 24-21
Aaron Rodgers works his magic one more time in crunch time.

Upset of the Week
Jets Shock Bengals – 34 -31
Backup QB Mike White Steps Up Big
   
Players of the Week
  Offense – QB Mike White – Jets        
  Defense – DL Chris Jones – Chiefs
 
Rookies of Week
    Offense – RB Michael Carter – Jets         
    Defense – LB Micah Parsons – Dallas
 
Games of Week 10 
   Titans (6-2) at Rams (7-1)
     Clash of Strong Contenders

NFL Team Power Poll

Ranking /Record /Team

#1 – 7-1 Rams
Ram’s offense continues to be one of the league’s top explosive passing games. Host the Titans in a major interconference matchup.

#2 – 7-1 Cardinals
Cardinals were handled by the Packers. Travel to San Fran for key West contest.

#3 – 6-2 Bucs
Bucs came up short vs the Saints. Get their bye week to rest up for second half push.

#4 – 7-1 Packers
The Packers beat the Cardinals last week. Aaron Rodgers tested with Covid and out vs Chiefs.

#5 – 5-2 Bills
Bills are trying to build a cushion vs soft part of schedule. Travel to Jacksonville hoping to maintain two game lead in East.

#6 – 6-1 Cowboys
The hot Cowboys host the Broncos trying to maintain strong lead in the East.

#7 – 6-2 Titans
The Titans continue to impress with a win vs the Colts. Travel to LA for Rams matchup without Derrick Henry.

#8 – 5-2 Ravens
Ravens are coming off their bye week. Host the Vikings this week.

#9 – 4-3 Chargers
Chargers were edged by the Patriots in key AFC contest. Travel to Philly seeking a much needed victory.

#10 – 5-3 Bengals
Bengals were shocked by the battered Jets. Host the Browns in a defining AFC North game this Sunday.

#11 – 5-2 Raiders
The Raiders dealing with the Henry Ruggs tragedy currently. Travel to face the Giants in a difficult week.

#12 – 5-2 Saints
Saints stepped up vs the Bucs to win a vital South contest. Host the Falcons in another South matchup.

#13 – 4-4 Patriots
Pats edged the Chargers in a key AFC contest. Travel to Carolina in an important test for postseason.

#14 – 4-4 Chiefs
Chiefs held on for a Monday nite victory vs Giants. Host the Packers without Aaron Rodgers Sunday.

#15 – 4-3 Steelers
Steelers beat Cleveland on the road. Host Bears in a key game to keep them in playoff picture.

#16 – 4-4 Browns
Browns are struggling getting it all together. Face the Bengals in a critical AFC North contest.

#17 – 4-4 Broncos
Broncos beat WFT to end their losing streak. Travel to Big D that may determine any postseason hopes.

#18 – 3-5 Colts
The Colts lost a heartbreaker with the hot Titans. Host the Jets in a must win situation.

#19 – 3-4 49ers
The 49ers beat the Bears with an improved offense. Host the Cardinals in a must win situation Sunday.

#20 – 4-4 Panthers
Panthers beat the Falcons to break their losing streak. Host the Patriots in a vital matchup for their playoff hopes.

#21 – 3-4 Vikings
Vikings lost a tough one to the Cowboys. Travel to Baltimore for key contest for any playoff aspirations.

#22 – 3-4 Falcons
Falcons came up short vs the Panthers. Face key South matchup with trip to New Orleans.

#23 – 3-5 Bears
The Bears are hitching to rookie QB Justin Fields and hope to turn the page for a new era.

#24 – 2-6 Giants
The Giants find new ways to lose with 4th quarter meltdown vs the Chiefs.

#25 – 3-5 Seahawks
Seahawks won without QB Russell Wilson and get a bye this week to regroup for second half.

#26 – 3-5 Eagles
The Eagles jumped the Lions bones last week. Host the Chargers this Sunday.

#27 – 2-6 WFT
The WFT comes up short weekly with little firepower and a spotty defense.

#28 – 2-5 Jets
Jets win behind QB Mike White to shock the Bengals. Face the Colts this Thursday nite.

#29 – 1-7 Dolphins
Dolphins lack firepower to stay with top clubs. Looking to win at home vs Texans.

#30 – 1-7 Texans
Texans were bombed by the Rams. They missed opportunity to trade several players prior to deadline.

#31 – 1-6 Jaguars
Jaguars were crushed by the Seahawks. Host the Bills this week in another tough matchup.

#32 – 0-8 Lions
Lions mercifully get their bye week after another beating last Sunday.

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with NFL and college coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 25 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites




College Football Monday – Week 10 – Michigan St. Rallies to Beat Michigan

College Football Monday – Week 10

Michigan St Rallies to Beat Michigan
Ohio St Thumps Penn St – 33-24

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Weekly Rankings

Team of Week –  
  #6 Michigan State beats #9 Michigan, 37-33

Upset of the Week –
     Mississippi State over Kentucky, 31-17

Offensive Player of Week – RB Kenneth Walker – Michigan State
Defensive Player of Week – DE Felix Anudike – Kansas State
Special Teams Player of Week – RS/CB Marcus Jones – Houston
 
Upcoming Key Weekly Matchup – 11/6
    #13 Auburn (6-2) at #11 Texas A&M (6-2)
         Major Clash of SEC West Contenders

DraftInsiders.com   Top 25 Rankings

Rank / Team               Record               
1 Georgia                       8-0
2 Cincinnati                 8-0                   
3 Alabama                    7-1                   
4 Ohio State                 7-1                   
5 Oklahoma                 9-0                   
6 Michigan State        8-0                   
7 Oregon                        7-1                   
9 Michigan                    7-1
10 Wake Forest            8-0                   
11 Texas A&M                6-2                   
12 Oklahoma State      7-1
13 Auburn                      6-2                   
14 Baylor                       7-1                   
15 Kentucky                  6-2                   
16 Ole Miss                    6-2
17 Iowa                           6-2
18 SMU                            7-1
19 Pittsburgh               6-2                   
20 UTSA                         8-0       
21 North Carolina St   6-2
22 Coastal Carolina     7-1       
23 BYU                             7-2
24 Houston                    7-1
25 Penn State               5-3
 

Coaches Poll

 Rank /     Team             Record / Pts    
1          Georgia (64)     8-0        1600    
2          Cincinnati        8-0        1460    
3          Alabama           7-1        1453    
4          Oklahoma        9-0        1423    
5          Ohio State        7-1        1336    
6          Michigan St     8-0        1325    
7          Oregon               7-1        1198    
8          Notre Dame      7-1        1095    
9          Wake Forest     8-0        1051    
10         Michigan          7-1        1050    
11         Oklahoma St    7-1        922      
12         Texas A&M       6-2        910      
13         Baylor               7-1        815      
14         Auburn             6-2        802      
15         Ole Miss           6-2        680      
16         Iowa                  6-2        512      
17         Kentucky          6-2        497      
18         UTSA                  8-0        401      
19         Houston           7-1        349      
20         BYU                   7-2        310      
21         Coastal Carolina 7-1    301      
22         NC State           6-2        265      
23         Penn State       5-3        215      
24         SMU                    7-1        192      
25         Pittsburgh        6-2        162      

  Others receiving votes: Louisiana 156, Fresno State 73, San Diego State 65, Arkansas 65, Minnesota 29, Wisconsin 26, Mississippi State 20, Appalachian State 10, Utah 10, Air Force 9, Liberty 4, Clemson 4, Iowa State 4, Arizona State 1
 
Dropped from rankings: San Diego State 20, Iowa State 23
 
Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 28 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He was a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.