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CP’s Weekly Top 25 Week 10


Week 9 is in the books, and we are entering the final month of the regular season for College football. Week 10 will be one of the more exciting weeks we have seen in 2022 so far. The SEC will take center stage this weekend with two huge games that will set the tone for the rest of the regular season. The SEC continues to look strong week in and week out. Who will win the SEC West? It is now a three-team race with Alabama, LSU, and Ole Miss. Who is King of the SEC East?


LSU and Alabama meet Saturday night in Death Valley for what is sure to be an epic SEC west matchup. Maybe the Tide will hold up better than Ole Miss did back in Week 8. The defacto SEC East championship will be on the line Saturday afternoon at 2:30 when Tennessee takes on Georgia. Shifting gears out west, does the PAC 12 have a shot at the playoff this year? Oregon, UCLA, and USC all have a strong case for a playoff run if one of them can find a way to win the conference. The USC and UCLA game on November 19 is more intriguing every day.

Big 10/ Big 12

Ohio State was tested by Penn State early, but the Buckeyes survived 44-31. Michigan took care of business against Michigan State on Saturday night, 29-7. The game was never really in question. Unfortunately, we can’t say that about the Michigan State football team. Kansas State is the new self-proclaimed state of Oklahoma champion. The Wildcats thumped Oklahoma State on Saturday 48-0. Does that make the Wildcats the best team in the Big 12 in 2022? TCU can answer that question with a simple one-word answer. “NO!!” The Frogs (8-0, 5-0) simply just keep winning.


Week 10 CP Top 25

  1. Georgia
  2. Tennessee
  3. Michigan
  4. Ohio State
  5. Clemson
  6. Alabama
  7. TCU
  8. Ole Miss
  9. Oregon
  10. USC
  11. UCLA
  12. LSU
  13. Kansas State
  14. Illinois
  15. Utah
  16. North Carolina
  17. Penn State
  18. NC State
  19. Wake Forest
  20. Tulane
  21. Oklahoma State
  22. Syracuse
  23. Oregon State
  24. UCF
  25. Liberty
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