2016 College Football Rankings - Postseason

AP Top 25

RKTeamRecPtsTrend
1ClemsonCLEM(60)14-11500
2AlabamaALA14-11440
3USCUSC10-31292
4WashingtonWASH12-21277
5OklahomaOKLA11-21252
6Ohio StateOSU11-21240
7Penn StatePSU11-31130
8Florida StateFSU10-31105
9WisconsinWIS11-31032
10MichiganMICH10-31001
11Oklahoma StateOKST10-3920
12StanfordSTAN10-3730
13LSULSU8-4651
14FloridaFLA9-4640
15Western MichiganWMU13-1619
16Virginia TechVT10-4610
17ColoradoCOLO10-4585
18West VirginiaWVU10-3368
19South FloridaUSF11-2358
20MiamiMIAMI9-4338NR
21LouisvilleLOU9-4277
22TennesseeTENN9-4253NR
23UtahUTAH9-4222NR
24AuburnAUB8-5206
25San Diego StateSDSU11-3113NR

Dropped from rankings: Iowa 21, Pittsburgh 22, Temple 23, Nebraska 24

Others receiving votes: Kansas State 83, Georgia Tech 47, Nebraska 38, Western Kentucky 32, Air Force 30, Pittsburgh 21, Boise State 19, Iowa 14, Minnesota 12, Tulsa 10, BYU 9, Temple 8, Houston 8, North Carolina 8, Washington State 1, Navy 1

Coaches Poll

RKTeamRecPtsTrend
1ClemsonCLEM(60)14-11500
2AlabamaALA14-11440
3OklahomaOKLA11-21308
4WashingtonWASH12-21265
5USCUSC10-31263
6Ohio StateOSU11-21186
7Penn StatePSU11-31123
8Florida StateFSU10-31102
9WisconsinWIS11-31044
10MichiganMICH10-3986
11Oklahoma StateOKST10-3922
12StanfordSTAN10-3791
13FloridaFLA9-4673
14LSULSU8-4641
15ColoradoCOLO10-4634
16Virginia TechVT10-4632
17West VirginiaWVU10-3522
18Western MichiganWMU13-1449
19South FloridaUSF11-2362
20LouisvilleLOU9-4338
21UtahUTAH9-4303
22AuburnAUB8-5230
23MiamiMIAMI9-4229NR
24TennesseeTENN9-4211NR
25San Diego StateSDSU11-3102NR

Dropped from rankings: Nebraska 21, Temple 24, Iowa 25

Others receiving votes: Nebraska 46, Kansas State 44, Georgia Tech 24, Western Kentucky 23, Boise State 20, Air Force 18, Iowa 17, Temple 16, Tulsa 11, Minnesota 7, Georgia 5, Wake Forest 3, Navy 3, Troy 2, Washington State 2, Arkansas 2, BYU 1

NCAAF News

  • Myles Garrett says he was limited due to ankle injury in final college season

    Myles Garrett, the first overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, said Friday during his Browns introduction that he struggled during his last year at Texas A&M due to a lingering ankle injury.

  • Tanzel Smart draft highlights

    Tulane DT Tanzel Smart is undersized with shorter arms and didn't run as well as expected at the combine, but he's a hard worker who shows the active hands and quickness to develop into an effective reserve.

  • Lorenzo Jerome draft highlights

    St. Francis (PA) safety Lorenzo Jerome didn't test well at the combine, but he eased concerns about the level of competition he faced in college with a strong showing at the Senior Bowl.

  • House of Dawgs

    Georgia head coach Kirby Smart has some fun with SEC Network's Peter Burns on the golf course.

  • Cordrea Tankersley draft highlights

    Clemson CB Cordrea Tankersley is a playmaker with an impressive blend of size, length and top-end speed, but he's not as effective in off coverage as he is in press.

  • Nate Hairston draft highlights

    Temple CB Nate Hairston is a former receiver who didn't move to corner until 2015 and should get better with experience.