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ESPN ranks the 33 remaining unbeaten teams in college football

Griffin McVeigh09/21/22
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With Week 3 of the college football season complete, there are only a limited amount of undefeated teams remaining. The list will continue to shrink throughout the season but for now, 33 teams have a 0 in the loss column.

ESPN decided to break down the 33 undefeated teams, ranking them from top to bottom. The top six come as no surprise, being the exact same as the latest AP poll. Shakeups really begin at the No. 7 spot, where Ole Miss gets the party started.

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In total, nine different conferences are represented, including the entire Power Five. You can check out the full rankings below.

ESPN ranks the 33 undefeated teams in college football

  1. Georgia Bulldogs
  2. Alabama Crimson Tide
  3. Ohio State Buckeyes
  4. Michigan Wolverines
  5. Clemson Tigers
  6. Oklahoma Sooners
  7. Ole Miss Rebels
  8. Penn State Nittany Lions
  9. Tennessee Volunteers
  10. Oklahoma State Cowboys
  11. Kentucky Wildcats
  12. USC Trojans
  13. Minnesota Gophers
  14. NC State Wolfpack
  15. Washington Huskies
  16. Arkansas Razorbacks
  17. Iowa State Cyclones
  18. Maryland Terrapins
  19. Florida State Seminoles
  20. UCLA Bruins
  21. Wake Forest Demon Deacons
  22. Oregon State Beavers
  23. Washington State Cougars
  24. North Carolina Tar Heels
  25. TCU Horned Frogs
  26. Syracuse Orange
  27. Tulane Green Wave
  28. Kansas Jayhawks
  29. Rutgers Scarlet Knights
  30. James Madison Dukes
  31. Duke Blue Devils
  32. Indiana Hoosiers
  33. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Undefeated teams match up in Week 4

Heading into Week 4 of the season, there will be our matchups between teams with undefeated records on Saturday. Three of them will occur during the noon ET/11 a.m. CT window. Wake Forest hosting Clemson will be the highest ranked of the bunch, with a huge ACC Atlantic showdown taking place early in the season.

The most unlikely of the two is Duke-Kansas and no, this isn’t basketball. Both are looking for the fourth win of the season, which would be a flying success for the programs as both are in the early stages of a new head coach. Lane Leipold would have the Jayhawks with four wins for the first time since 2009, while Mike Elko would be one win again from surpassing the total of the previous two seasons.

Maryland-Michigan and Oregon State-USC round out the four games, with the latter being the first major Pac-12 game of the season. The Trojans brought in head coach Lincoln Riley for these types of games, hoping to become the conference’s best team once again. He can take another step forward with a win in Corvallis.