College football rankings: Week 14, 2019

By Brian Wilmer -

College football rankings for week 14 of the 2019 season have been released. LSU remained in first-place, while Utah climbed to sixth in both polls behind the unchanged top five.

The top-ranked and undefeated LSU Tigers maintained their grasp on the top spot with a 56-20 victory over Arkansas. The Tigers close out the regular season with Texas A&M on Nov. 30.

The top five in both the AP and Coaches polls remain the same as last week: (1) LSU, (2) Ohio State, (3) Clemson, (4) Georgia, and (5) Alabama. Utah moved up to number six in both polls following a dominant, 35-7, performance against Arizona. The Utes ascended one spot in the AP and two spots in the Coaches’ Poll. Oregon slipped seven spots in the Coaches’ Poll and eight in the AP following a 31-28 loss to Arizona State.

Three teams received first-place votes in the AP and Coaches polls this week. LSU leads the way with 50 in the AP and 52 in the Coaches, followed by Ohio State (9 AP, 7 Coaches) and Clemson (3 AP, 4 Coaches).

Below are the full AP Poll and FBS Coaches polls for Week 14 of the 2019 season (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 14

1. LSU (50)
2. Ohio State (9)
3. Clemson (7)
4. Georgia
5. Alabama
6. Utah
7. Oklahoma
8. Florida
9. Minnesota
10. Michigan
11. Baylor
12. Penn State
13. Wisconsin
14. Oregon
15. Notre Dame
16. Auburn
17. Memphis
18. Cincinnati
19. Iowa
20. Boise State
21. Oklahoma State
22. Appalachian State
23. Virginia Tech
24. Navy
25. USC

Others Receiving Votes: Iowa State 74, Virginia 38, Texas A&M 27, Air Force 22, SMU 9, Arizona State 4, Louisiana-Lafayette 1

Dropped out: SMU 21, Texas A&M 24.

1. LSU (52)
2. Ohio State (7)
3. Clemson (4)
4. Georgia
5. Alabama
6. Utah
7. Oklahoma
8. Florida
9. Minnesota
10. Baylor
11. Michigan
12. Penn State
13. Oregon
14. Wisconsin
15. Notre Dame
16. Auburn
17. Cincinnati
18. Memphis
19. Boise State
20. Iowa
21. Oklahoma State
22. Appalachian State
23. Virginia Tech
24. Navy
25. USC

Others receiving votes: Air Force 74; Iowa State 55; Virginia 32; Texas A&M 26; UL Lafayette 18; Southern Methodist 18; Wake Forest 5; San Diego State 4; Indiana 2; Hawaii 2; Temple 1.

Dropped from rankings: SMU 21, Texas A&M 24, San Diego State 25.

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Not a fan of either, but the Cincy and Memphis rankings swap is hilarious.

Memphis (10-1) jumps Cincy. Memphis only loss to Temple.

Cincy (10-1) drops below Memphis. Only loss is to Ohio State. Got punished in the rankings for barely beating, guess who, TEMPLE!! You know, the only team to beat Memphis!

I guess we’ll find out the true ranking later this week!