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College Football Monday – Bama Upset by Texas A&M

College Football Monday – Week 7

Bama Upset by Texas A&M
Iowa Wins Thriller Over Penn St

Georgia Claims #1 Ranking – Hosts Undefeated Kentucky Next

Top 25 Weekly Rankings

Team of Week –
  Iowa over Penn State 23-20
 
Upset of the Week –
     Texas A&M over Alabama 41-38

Offensive Player of Week – RB Kennedy Brooks – Oklahoma
Defensive Player of Week – DT Octavious Oxendine – Kentucky
 
Upcoming Key Weekly Matchup – 10/16
   #8 Kentucky (5-0) @ #1 Georgia (6-0)
 
DraftInsiders.com   Top 25 Rankings

Rank / Team          Record   
1 Georgia                      6-0
2 Iowa                          6-0                   
3 Cincinnati                 5-0
4 Ohio State                 5-1                   

5 Alabama                    5-1                   
6 Oklahoma                 6-0                   
7 Michigan                   6-0
8 Kentucky                   6-0                   
9 Michigan State        6-0                   
10 Oregon                    4-1                   
11 Penn State                5-1                   
12 Oklahoma State      5-0
13 Notre Dame             5-1                   
14 Texas A&M              4-2                   
15 Ole Miss                    4-1                   
16 Wake Forest             6-0                   
17 Coastal Carolina     6-0       
18 BYU                            5-1       
19 SMU                           6-0
20 Arizona State          5-1
21 Arkansas                  4-2                   
22 Florida                     4-2
23 San Diego State       5-0
24 North Carolina State     4-1       
25 Clemson                 3-2                   
 
Coaches Poll

Rank /     Team                       Record / Pts    
1          Georgia (64)                 6-0        1624    
2          Iowa (1)                         6-0        1537    
3          Oklahoma                    6-0        1452    
4          Cincinnati                    5-0        1418    
5          Alabama                       5-1        1363    
6          Ohio State                    5-1        1254    
7          Michigan                      6-0        1237    
8          Penn State                   5-1        1124    
9          Michigan State          6-0        1064    
10         Oregon                         4-1        1004    
11         Kentucky                      6-0        994      
12         Oklahoma State        5-0        910      
13         Notre Dame                 5-1        817      
14         Ole Miss                        4-1        741      
15         Coastal Carolina       6-0        708      
16         Wake Forest                6-0        580      
17         Florida                           4-2        543      
18         Texas A&M                   4-2        396      
19         Arkansas                      4-2        386      
20         BYU                                5-1        342      
21         NC State                        4-1        321      
22         Arizona State              5-1        294      
23         SMU                               6-0        269      
24         San Diego State        5-0        156      
25         Clemson                       3-2        155      
 
Complete Rankings
Others receiving votes: Auburn 98, Baylor 91, Texas 74, Pittsburgh 36, UTSA 30, Appalachian State 18, Mississippi State 18, Iowa State 18, Boston College 11, Air Force 9, Tennessee 8, Liberty 8, Nevada 7, Louisiana 3, Fresno State 3, Houston 3, UCLA 1
 
Dropped from rankings: Auburn 19, Texas 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.