It’s Alabama, Georgia, and then everyone else in this week’s Granthshala Sports NCAA Re-Ranks 1-130.
No other team is under consideration for No. 1, which again went to the Crimson Tide after an easy win against Southern Mississippi. Georgia continues to close the gap and has a strong case for the top spot after beating Vanderbilt 62–0.
Alabama have been able to stop the Bulldogs in large part of this month’s win in Florida, which is more impressive than Georgia’s win against Clemson after the Tigers. suffered his second defeat of the season.
While the SEC powers after No. 3 Oregon, No. 4 Penn State, No. 5 Iowa and No. 6 Cincinnati, there is a huge gap between the top two and the rest of the region.
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Many brand-name programs are dropping below 1-130. A No. 10 is Oklahoma, four places down after needing a final second field goal to beat West Virginia. The defeat by Clemson resulted in a 16-place drop to No. 28. Number 20 Texas A&M is down 12 after losing to Arkansas. Neither of the three has been dominant in games against the Power Five competition.
The other teams falling below the re-rank are No. 55 Iowa State, No. 49 North Carolina and No. 40 Wisconsin.
With Clemson, North Carolina and others struggling, the top three teams in this week’s 1-130 ACC are No. 15 Wake Forest, No. 22 Boston College and No. 25 North Carolina State.