College football rankings: Week 13, 2019

By Kevin Kelley -

College football rankings for week 13 of the 2019 season have been released. LSU remained in first-place, while Georgia moved into 4th in both polls.

The top-ranked and undefeated LSU Tigers held onto first after defeating Ole Miss 58-37 in Oxford on Saturday. LSU has remaining games at home against Arkansas on Nov. 23 and Texas A&M on Nov. 30.

The Georgia Bulldogs went on the road and defeated the Auburn Tigers 21-14. As a result of the win, Georgia moved up one spot to No. 4 in both the AP and Coaches polls, while Auburn dropped three spots to No. 16 in both polls.

The top six in both the AP and Coaches polls are the same for Week 12: (1) LSU, (2) Ohio State, (3) Clemson, (4) Georgia, (5) Alabama, and (6) Oregon.

Three teams received first-place votes in the AP and Coaches polls this week. LSU leads the way with 54 in the AP and 55 in the Coaches, followed by Ohio State (5 AP, 6 Coaches) and Clemson (3 AP, 4 Coaches).

Below are the full AP Poll and FBS Coaches polls for Week 13 of the 2019 season (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 13

1. LSU (54)
2. Ohio State (5)
3. Clemson (3)
4. Georgia
5. Alabama
6. Oregon
7. Utah
8. Oklahoma
9. Penn State
10. Florida
11. Minnesota
12. Michigan
13. Baylor
14. Wisconsin
15. Notre Dame
16. Auburn
17. Cincinnati
18. Memphis
19. Iowa
20. Boise State
21. SMU
22. Oklahoma State
23. Appalachian State
24. Texas A&M
25. Virginia Tech

Others receiving votes: Indiana 47, Iowa State 31, Virginia 23, Navy 13, Air Force 12, Pittsburgh 9, San Diego State 7, USC 6, Washington 6, Texas 4, Illinois 1, North Dakota State 1

Dropped from rankings: Navy 21, Texas 22, Indiana 24

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 13

1. LSU (55)
2. Ohio State (6)
3. Clemson (4)
4. Georgia
5. Alabama
6. Oregon
7. Oklahoma
8. Utah
9. Penn State
10. Florida
11. Minnesota
12. Michigan
13. Baylor
14. Wisconsin
15. Notre Dame
16. Auburn
17. Cincinnati
18. Memphis
19. Boise State
20. Iowa
21. SMU
22. Appalachian State
23. Oklahoma State
24. Texas A&M
25. San Diego State

Others receiving votes: Virginia Tech 46, Air Force 43, Indiana 39, Navy 25, Virginia 20, Louisiana Tech 10, Louisiana 8, Pittsburgh 7, USC 3, Wake Forest 2, Temple 1, Kansas State 1

Dropped from rankings: Navy 21, Texas 23, Indiana 25

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The Selection committee got three gifts from the world of college football.

1. Iowa beat Minnesota
2. Oklahoma came back to beat Baylor leaving no major conference unbeatens besides the big 3.
3. Texas A&M won big against South Carolina getting ranked so Clemson and Alabama again have a ranked victory.

Committee meeting will be really short this week,