College football rankings 2017: Week 7 AP, Coaches Poll

By Kevin Kelley -

College football rankings for week 7 have been released, and Michigan State and Notre Dame made some of the biggest jumps in both polls.

Michigan State, which won at Michigan 14-10, moved into the AP Poll at No. 21 and into the Coaches Poll at No. 22.

Notre Dame, which won at North Carolina 33-10, moved up five spots in the AP Poll to No. 16 and up three spots in the Coaches Poll to No. 19.

The top three teams are the same in both Week 7 polls: Alabama, Clemson, and Penn State.

Below are the full AP and Coaches Polls for Week 7 of the 2017 season:

AP Poll – Week 7

1. Alabama (43)
2. Clemson (18)
3. Penn State
4. Georgia
5. Washington
6. TCU
7. Wisconsin
8. Washington State
9. Ohio State
10. Auburn
11. Miami
12. Oklahoma
13. USC
14. Oklahoma State
15. Virginia Tech
16. Notre Dame
17. Michigan
18. USF
19. San Diego State
20. NC State
21. Michigan State
22. UCF
23. Stanford
24. Texas Tech
25. Navy

Coaches Poll – Week 7

1. Alabama (57)
2. Clemson (8)
3. Penn State
4. Washington
5. Georgia
6. Wisconsin
7. TCU
8. Ohio State
9. Washington State
10. Miami
11. Auburn
12. Oklahoma
13. USC
14. Oklahoma State
15. USF
16. Michigan
17. Virginia Tech
18. San Diego State
19. Notre Dame
20. NC State
21. UCF
22. Michigan State
23. Utah
24. Navy
25. Stanford

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Always boggles the mind that the polls ended up with Ohio State so far above Oklahoma. Good thing we don’t do the BCS thing anymore.