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My college football top 25-November 19

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It's looking like the new college football playoff will start one year too late as with Stanford's loss there are now four clear cut championship contenders but only two will get the chance to make their case come January.  The top three teams all get breathers this week while Baylor continues to fight through a back loaded schedule. 


There are a few marquee games with division/conference implications Iike Baylor-Oklahoma State and Arizona State-UCLA.  We also get a couple of rivalry games with Wisconsin-Minnesota and Cal-Stanford but the real fun begins next week when college football fans get blitzed with a two week deluge of rivalry contests and conference championship games.


1. Alabama (10-0)
2. Florida State (10-0)
3. Ohio State (10-0)
4. Baylor (9-0)
5. Clemson (9-1)
6. Oklahoma State (9-1)
7. Oregon (9-1)
8. Louisville (9-1)
9. Fresno State (9-0)
10. Auburn (10-1)
11. Missouri (9-1)
12. Texas A&M (8-2)
13. Stanford (8-2)
14. Northern Illinois (10-0)
15. Wisconsin (8-2)
16. South Carolina (8-2)
17. Oklahoma (8-2)
18. UCLA (8-2)
19. Michigan State (9-1)
20. Central Florida (8-1)
21. Arizona State (8-2)
22. Minnesota (8-2)
23. LSU (7-3)
24. Duke (8-2)
25. Ole Miss (7-3)

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