College Soccer Updated Polls: AP Top 25, coaches poll rankings after the seventh week


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The seventh week of college football matches were relatively quiet compared to what seemed to be a steady stream of mayhem in the past two weeks.

Yes, # 2 Alabama 41-24 KO from No. 3 Georgia Saturday will have an impact on the latest set of ratings and predictions for College Football matches. But the Bulldogs are still alive in the playoff and could stand a chance in the rematch of the SEC Championship match. The highest-rated Clemson was routinely dominant – Maybe more than usual – in disassembling Georgia Tech 73-7.

Even North Carolina’s No. 5 loss to Florida – which dropped Mac Brown to 0-10 all the time versus his college – may not be the end of the season for the tar-heel. UNC could still play backgammon in the regular season and meet Clemson in an ACC Championship match.

More: Who is the number 4 team in college football?

That was the biggest fast food among the Power 5 teams – except for Notre Dame’s 12-7 baht win over Louisville. But every week that passes exposes more and more intrigue between the undefeated G5 and the indie teams. BYU, SMU, and Coastal Carolina were all unbeaten and ranked 8th.

With that said, here are the latest AP Top 25 rankings and coach surveys after the Week 7 game list:

College soccer polls updated after the seventh week

Coach Poll

Rank the team Points (1 vote) WL
1 Clemson 1,540 (52) 5-0
2 Alabama 1,494 (8) 4-0
3 Our Lady 1,351 4-0
4 Georgia 1,295 3-1
5 Ohio State 1,254 (2) 0-0
6 Oklahoma State 1149 3-0
7 Pennsylvania state 1,059 0-0
8 Florida 1002 1-2
9 Texas A&M 1001 3-1
10 Cincinnati 989 3-0
T 11 Miami 890 4-1
T 11 BYU 890 5-0
13 North Carolina 725 4-1
14 Wisconsin 698 0-0
15 Oregon 683 0-0
16 High school 618 5-0
17 Michigan 507 0-0
18 Iowa state 485 3-1
19 Kansas State 395 3-1
20 Virginia Tech 373 3-1
21 Minnesota 209 0-0
22 North Carolina State 200 4-1
23 USC 186 0-0
24 Coastal Carolina 150 4-0
25 Marshall 139 4-0

Go to: North Carolina State; Coastal Carolina Marshall.
Others got votes: Auburn 93 Army 90; West Virginia 64; Kentucky 60 Oklahoma 59; Liberty 57; Memphis 53; Utah 48; Iowa 48; UAB 42; Boise State 37; Louisiana 31; Arkansas 29; Tennessee 25; TCU 22; Air Force 14; Texas 12 South Carolina 12; Tulsa 10; Arizona 10; Washington 8 Missouri 7 LSU 7; CAL 6, Boston College 6; Nebraska 5; Indiana 5; Florida 4; Stanford 3 UCF 1.


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