Computer's Top 5 Unchanged; Auburn Drops To 13 As Florida Rises To 9

October 6, 2019 by CFP Staff

The top 5 remain unchanged in the latest Congrove Computer Rankings (CCR Top 130), released Sunday morning. Ohio State holds onto No.1, followed by LSU, Georgia, Alabama and Clemson.

Oklahoma and Wisconsin 6th and 7th with the Sooners climbing 1 spot. Penn State inches upward from 10 to 9 as Michigan climbs from 12 to 10.

Auburn drops from 6th to 13th after the loss at Florida while the Gators go from 11th to 9th.

Only 2 teams dropped out of the Top 25. Washington, which was upset by Stanford, fell from 19th to 27th. Duke, which was upset by Pitt, plunged from 22nd to 31st.

Texas A&M re-entered the rankings at No. 25, and Iowa State moved back in at No. 23.

SEC teams hold 7 spots in the Top 25, including 3 of the top 5, and 6 of the top 15.

Big Ten teams own 4 of the top 10 spots, and 7 of the Top 21.

The Big 12 has 4 members in the Top 25, followed by the ACC and PAC-12 with 3 apiece.

UMass continues be the best of the worst. The Minutemen claim the No. 130 spot in the Top 130 for the 6th consecutive week..

See the complete CCR Top 130.