Oregon drops to No. 11 in College Football Playoff rankings
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Oregon drops to No. 11 in College Football Playoff rankings

Jarrid Denney16 days
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Oregon’s loss in Salt Lake City last Saturday dashed any hopes it had of reaching the College Football Playoffs.

The Ducks fell clear out of the top-10 and landed at No. 11 in Tuesday’s rankings, marking an eight-spot drop from last week.

Utah, which put a 38-7 beatdown on the Ducks in Salt Lake City, climbed to No. 19.

No other Pac-12 teams landed inside the top-25.

The Ducks will attempt to salvage what’s left of their season in Saturday’s rivalry matchup with Oregon State at Autzen Stadium. A win there would clinch the Pac-12 North title and guarantee a spot in the Dec. 3 conference title game.

Ohio State, which Oregon defeated in Columbus in Week 2, climbed to No. 2 in the rankings after sitting at No. 4 last week.

Here is the entire top-25.

  1. Georgia (11-0)
  2. Ohio State (10-1)
  3. Alabama (10-1)
  4. Cincinnati (11-0)
  5. Michigan (10-1)
  6. Notre Dame (10-1)
  7. Oklahoma State (10-1)
  8. Baylor (9-2)
  9. Ole Miss (9-2)
  10. Oklahoma (10-1)
  11. Oregon (9-2)
  12. Michigan State (9-2)
  13. BYU (9-2)
  14. Wisconsin (8-3)
  15. Texas A&M (8-3)
  16. Iowa (9-2)
  17. Pittsburgh (9-2)
  18. Wake Forest (9-2)
  19. Utah (8-3)
  20. NC State (8-3)
  21. San Diego State (10-1)
  22. UTSA (11-0)
  23. Clemson (8-3)
  24. Houston (10-1)
  25. Arkansas (7-4)