Final 2018 college football rankings released

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2018 college football season came to a conclusion Monday night after the Clemson Tigers defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Championship Game.

Clemson finished the season undefeated at 15-0 and became the first team to accomplish that record since Penn back in 1897.

With the 2018 season now complete, the final college football rankings have been released. Clemson moved up to the top spot in both the AP Poll and Coaches Poll, collecting all first-place votes in both polls.

Alabama (14-1) slipped to number two behind Clemson. Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Notre Dame round out the top five in both polls.

Below are the full AP Poll and Coaches Poll. The final STATS Poll and Coaches Poll for the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) were released yesterday.

Final 2018 AP Poll

1. Clemson (61)
2. Alabama
3. Ohio State
4. Oklahoma
5. Notre Dame
6. LSU
T7. Florida
T7. Georgia
9. Texas
10. Washington State
11. UCF
12. Kentucky
13. Washington
14. Michigan
15. Syracuse
16. Texas A&M
17. Penn State
18. Fresno State
19. Army West Point
20. West Virginia
21. Northwestern
22. Utah State
23. Boise State
24. Cincinnati
25. Iowa

Final 2018 Coaches Poll

1. Clemson (64)
2. Alabama
3. Ohio State
4. Oklahoma
5. Notre Dame
6. Florida
7. LSU
8. Georgia
9. Texas
10. Washington State
11. Kentucky
12. UCF
13. Washington
14. Michigan
15. Syracuse
16. Texas A&M
17. Penn State
18. Fresno State
19. Northwestern
20. Army
21. Utah State
22. West Virginia
23. Cincinnati
24. Boise State
25. Mississippi State

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Comments (4)

Alabama at #2 after that ass whipping??? Yeah,not buying that for a second. Ohio State should be 2nd and UCF should be at least 5th. Those kids competed so far above what expected after they lost Milton. Mountain West had a excellent year in having 3 teams in the final poll,not bad for a Power 7 Conference.

How did Mississippi St finish ahead of Iowa in the coaches poll when Iowa won the head to head and finished the season with a better record? SEC bias at its finest…that said, perfectly fine with the top 5.

Notre Dame played a pretty good schedule & was undefeated, you never know what is going to happen in these games & when did they get killed by Oklahoma?

Congrats to Clemson.