College football rankings: Week 10, 2017

By Brian Wilmer -

College football rankings for week 10 have been released, and Iowa State made the biggest jump in both polls.

Matt Campbell’s Cyclones defeated the fourth-ranked TCU Horned Frogs, 14-7, at Jack Trice Stadium Saturday afternoon. The victory was Iowa State’s second over a top-five opponent this month. The Cyclones climbed 11 spots in both polls after the win.

Mississippi State jumped back into both polls following a 35-14 throttling of Texas A&M. The Bulldogs are ranked 21st in the AP poll and 22nd in the coaches’ rankings. Arizona also rejoined the ranks after a 58-37 win over Washington State. Rich Rodriguez’ Wildcats are ranked 23rd by the AP and 25th by the coaches.

The top four teams are the same in both polls (Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Wisconsin), perhaps foreshadowing the first CFP rankings.

Below are the full AP and Coaches Polls for Week 10 of the 2017 season. The first College Football Playoff ranking will be released this Tuesday, Oct. 31.

AP Poll – Week 10

1. Alabama (59)
2. Georgia (2)
3. Ohio State
4. Wisconsin
5. Notre Dame
6. Clemson
7. Penn State
8. Oklahoma
9. Miami (FL)
10. TCU
11. Oklahoma State
12. Washington
13. Virginia Tech
14. Iowa State
15. UCF
16. Auburn
17. USC
18. Stanford
19. LSU
20. NC State
21. Mississippi State
22. Memphis
23. Arizona
24. Michigan State
25. Washington State

Coaches Poll – Week 10

1. Alabama (65)
2. Georgia
3. Ohio State
4. Wisconsin
5. Clemson
6. Miami (FL)
7. Penn State
8. Notre Dame
9. Oklahoma
10. Oklahoma State
11. Washington
12. TCU
13. Virginia Tech
14. UCF
15. Auburn
16. Iowa State
17. USC
18. Stanford
19. NC State
20. LSU
21. Memphis
22. Mississippi State
23. South Florida
24. Michigan
25. Arizona

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