The top seven teams in the College Football Playoff rankings remained unchanged Tuesday, as Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State continue to occupy the top four spots.
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The top of the AP Top 25 college football poll remains the same, but there's plenty of movement in the back half. Here's what's next for each ranked team.
- Bama still leads CFP rankings as top 7 unchanged
- Ferentz scoffs at Huskers' gripe over Iowa claps
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
- Up big, Iowa uses 3 timeouts late vs. Minnesota
A strong week from the top ten leaves little change this week. Coastal Carolina climbs into the top ten while Northwestern and Oregon tumble down the ranks. All that and more in the Power Rankings after Week 13.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz took issue with Nebraska's complaint over clapping from the Hawkeyes' sideline, saying, "The next thing you know, we're going to be treating this like golf."
— Tyler Goodson ran for 87 of his 111 yards in the second half and Zach VanValkenburg recovered Adrian Martinez's late fumble to secure Iowa's 26-20 win over Nebraska on Saturday.
Week 13 provided a history-making kickoff, an 8-TD performance and plenty of Rivalry Week fireworks.
Alabama is No. 1 in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, followed by Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State. BYU debuts at No. 14 despite a 9-0 start.
Despite a wave of cancellations that resulted in four of the nation's top five teams being out of action, Week 11 has brought the entertainment, from Kyle Trask to Lane Kiffin to Sam Howell.
Kirk Ferentz said of using three timeouts late with his Iowa team up big against Minnesota, "No sense in taking them on the bus with us."
Thirteen Black former Iowa football players have filed a lawsuit alleging they suffered "serious and pervasive discriminatory treatment and harassment" under longtime coach Kirk Ferentz.
The CFB Pod: The guys make their Week 11 picks, Pollack selects his Dude of The Week. Plus, Joey Galloway on Cincinnati and Justin Fields
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the rash of cancelations across college football this weekend, if there should be a minimum number of games to make the playoff, David’s Dude of the Week and their Week 11 picks. Later, Joey Galloway joins the show after more than a year of ducking Negandhi’s invites to discuss the Pac-12, slotting Cincinnati just outside of the playoff picture and Justin Fields.