SRA’s Top 10 Rankings

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Georgia (1): The Bulldogs are peaking at the optimal moment, benefitting from the return of Brock Bowers and a dominant 52-17 triumph over top-10 opponent Ole Miss.

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Michigan (2): Michigan’s Week 11 standout performance in Happy Valley against Penn State, even without Jim Harbaugh on the sideline, might earn them additional first-place votes. However, surpassing Georgia for the top spot seems unlikely.

Ohio State (3): Marvin Harrison Jr.’s Heisman Trophy campaign gains momentum, as he excels with 149 yards receiving and two touchdowns in a decisive home victory against Michigan State.

Florida State (4): Despite a narrow seven-point win against an unranked Miami, Florida State’s voting points advantage from the previous week is anticipated to keep them in the No. 4 position.

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Washington (5): Washington’s defense excels in the second half against Utah, securing a 35-28 victory and preserving an undefeated record. The team’s success in the Pac-12 and the College Football Playoff will heavily rely on timely stops from the defense.

Oregon (6): With no significant changes expected, the Ducks remain one spot behind undefeated Washington due to their head-to-head result. Oregon continues to present itself as the leading one-loss team in the nation.

Texas (7): Quinn Ewers returns, but star running back Jonathan Brooks exits the game with an apparent injury in Texas’ 29-26 win at TCU. The Longhorns are likely to maintain their position in the rankings, with a close eye on Brooks’ status and an upcoming road trip to Iowa State.

Alabama (8): Following a substantial win against LSU, Alabama displays no signs of a letdown, securing a convincing 49-21 victory at Kentucky.

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Louisville (9): With an improved 9-1 record, Louisville is on the verge of breaking into the top 10 for the first time since 2016, surviving a potential upset against Virginia on Thursday night.

Oregon State (10): Oregon State handles business with a convincing 62-17 win against Stanford, positioning themselves at No. 10 while sustaining momentum in the rankings.

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S.K. Patrick is a sports journalist from Louisville, Ky with over 5 years of sports journalism experience. Patrick graduated from the University of Louisville with his BA in mass communications and a minor in marketing. Patrick has been part of Louisville's local sports community for several years. He’s a former high school football player and little league football coach. Patrick has covered press conferences and games for U of L’s Sports Information Office. He now covers the ACC, along with Western Kentucky University and the University of Cincinnati. He has reported on Rick Pitino, Bobby Petrino, Jimbo Fisher, Roy Williams, Mike Krzyzewski, and many others. Professionally he has covered the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine.

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