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College football updated polls: AP Top 25, Coaches Poll rankings after Week 7

The games of week seven of college football have been relatively uneventful compared to the incessant chaos of the past two weeks.

Yes, No. 2 Alabamas 41-24 KO's No. 3 Georgia on Saturday will affect the latest rankings and prospects for the College Football Playoffs. But the Bulldogs are still alive in the playoff race and could stand a chance of a rematch in the SEC championship game. The senior Clemson routinely dominated – perhaps more than usual – the mining of Georgia Tech 73-7.

Even North Carolina's No. 5 loss to Florida State, which brought Mack Brown down to 10-10 all-time against his alma mater, might not be the end of the season for the Tar Heels. UNC was able to lead the table in the regular season and meet Clemson in the ACC championship game.

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These were the biggest takeaways among the Power 5 teams – save for a lackluster Notre Dame 12-7 win over Louisville. But every week the undefeated group of 5 and independent teams is getting more fascinating. BYU, SMU, and Coastal Carolina are all undefeated, facing week 8.

Here are the latest AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll rankings after week 7:

College football polls updated after week 7

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rank team Points (# 1 votes) W-L
1 Clemson 1,540 (52) 5-0
2 Alabama 1,494 (8) 4-0
3 Notre Dame 1,351 4-0
4th Georgia 1.295 3-1
5 Ohio State 1.254 (2) 0-0
6th Oklahoma State 1,149 3-0
7th Penn State 1,059 0-0
8th Florida 1.002 2-1
9 Texas A & M. 1,001 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
14th Wisconsin 698 0-0
fifteen Oregon 683 0-0
16 SMU 618 5-0
17th Michigan 507 0-0
18th Iowa State 485 3-1
19th Kansas State 395 3-1
20th Virginia Tech 373 3-1
21st Minnesota 209 0-0
22nd N. C. State 200 4-1
23 USC 186 0-0
24 Carolina coast 150 4-0
25th Marshall 139 4-0

Moved in: N. C. State; Carolina Coast; Marshall.
Others get votes: Auburn 93; Army 90; West Virginia 64; Kentucky 60; Oklahoma 59; Freedom 57; Memphis 53; Utah 48; Iowa 48; UAB 42; Boise State 37; Louisiana 31; Arkansas 29; Tennessee 25; TCU 22; Luftwaffe 14; Texas 12; South Carolina 12; Tulsa 10; Arizona State 10; Washington 8; Missouri 7; LSU 7; Cal 6; Boston College 6; Nebraska 5; Indiana 5; Florida State 4; Stanford 3; UCF 1.

AP Top 25

rank team Points (# 1 votes) W-L
1 Clemson 1,542 (54) 5-0
2 Alabama 1,494 (8) 4-0
3 Notre Dame 1.337 4-0
4th Georgia 1,300 3-1
5 Ohio State 1.223 0-0
6th Oklahoma State 1.137 3-0
7th Texas A & M. 1,054 3-1
8th Penn State 1,033 0-0
9 Cincinnati 1,028 3-0
10 Florida 942 2-1
11 Miami 887 4-1
12 BYU 875 5-0
13 Oregon 841 0-0
T-14 North Carolina 677 3-1
T-14 Wisconsin 677 0-0
16 SMU 638 5-0
17th Iowa State 511 3-1
18th Michigan 489 0-0
19th Virginia Tech 411 3-1
20th Kansas State 399 3-1
21st Minnesota 234 0-0
22nd Marshall 227 4-0
23 N. C. State 199 4-1
24 USC 192 0-0
25th Carolina coast 185 4-0

Moved in: Marshall; N. C. State; Carolina coast.
Others get votes: Memphis 76; Oklahoma 74; Tulsa 58; West Virginia 57; Auburn 48; Iowa 42; Louisiana Lafayette 40; Freedom 37; Utah 36; UAB 30; Army 29; Arkansas 15; Luftwaffe 14; Kentucky 12; Tennessee 11; Virginia 9; Arizona State 9; Washington 8; South Carolina 8; Indiana 4; Texas 1.