College football rankings: Week 10, 2019

By Kevin Kelley -

College football rankings for week 10 of the 2019 season have been released. LSU moved into 1st place in the AP Poll, while Michigan made the biggest jump in both polls.

The LSU Tigers, who defeated then No. 9 Auburn 23-20 at home on Saturday, moved up one spot in the AP Poll to No. 1 and also moved up one spot in the Coaches Poll to No. 2.

The Michigan Wolverines crushed then No. 8 Notre Dame 45-14 at home, which propelled them back up the polls. Michigan moved up five spots in the AP Poll to No. 14 and five spots in the Coaches Poll to No. 15.

Four teams received first-place votes in the AP and Coaches polls again this week. Alabama leads the way with 21 in the AP and 40 in the Coaches, followed by LSU (17 AP, 7 Coaches), Ohio State (17 AP, 8 Coaches), and Clemson (7 AP, 10 Coaches).

Below are the full AP Poll and FBS Coaches polls for Week 10 of the 2019 season (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 10

1. LSU (17)
2. Alabama (21)
3. Ohio State (17)
4. Clemson (7)
5. Penn State
6. Florida
7. Oregon
8. Georgia
9. Utah
10. Oklahoma
11. Auburn
12. Baylor
13. Minnesota
14. Michigan
15. SMU
16. Notre Dame
17. Cincinnati
18. Wisconsin
19. Iowa
20. Appalachian State
21. Boise State
22. Kansas State
23. Wake Forest
24. Memphis
25. San Diego State

Others receiving votes: Texas 49, Navy 43, UCF 33, Washington 19, Texas A&M 14, USC 11, Louisiana Tech 6, Indiana 4, Oklahoma State 1, Pittsburgh 1, Iowa State 1

Dropped from rankings: Texas 15, Iowa State 23, Arizona State 24

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 10

1. Alabama (40)
2. LSU (7)
3. Clemson (10)
4. Ohio State (8)
5. Penn State
6. Florida
7. Georgia
8. Oregon
9. Oklahoma
10. Utah
11. Baylor
12. Auburn
13. Minnesota
14. SMU
15. Michigan
16. Notre Dame
17. Wisconsin
18. Cincinnati
19. Iowa
20. Appalachian State
21. Boise State
22. Wake Forest
23. Memphis
24. Texas
25. Kansas State

Others receiving votes: San Diego State 94, Navy 75, UCF 24, Louisiana Tech 22, Indiana 18, Texas A&M 16, Washington 15, Oklahoma State 7, Iowa State 3, UAB 3, Arizona State 3, Air Force 3, Virginia Tech 3, Wyoming 2, Virginia 2

Dropped from rankings: Arizona State 24

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What’s more impressive, 7-0 with a win against a decent UNC or 5-2 with one a loss to Illinois? I get the win over Michigan is something especially with them being Notre Dame, but I think App State should be ahead of Wiscantsin.

Just an opinion.

I know it’s not listed here since it is FCS, but NC A&T is ranked #16 at 5-2. FAMU is ranked #17 at 7-1, only loss is to UCF. A&T has losses to Duke and guess who….FAMU! Talk about a joke.