NCAAF Top 25 Rankings: Winners & Losers Dec. 3rd Edition

NCAAF Top 25 Rankings: Winners & Losers Dec. 3rd Edition

Written by on December 3, 2020

With Week 14 of the topsy-turvy 2020 college football campaign upon us, it’s time to take a look at the most recent winners and losers inside the national Top 25. While the past week saw no movement from the top seven teams in the nation, a handful of other Top 25 teams both rose and fell based on last weekend’s performances. Now, let’s find out who so you can continue making your bets against their NCAAF odds!

College Football Top 25 – Winners and Losers After Week 13

Top-ranked Alabama and No. 3 Clemson stayed put after dominant wins last weekend while No. 2 Notre Dame learned Tuesday that it clinched a spot in the ACC championship game in its first season as a football member of the conference.

Sixth-ranked Florida (7-1), No. 7 Cincinnati (8-0), and No. 10 Miami (7-1), all held their spots this week while No. 8 Georgia (6-2) moved up one spot following its 45-16 blowout win over South Carolina.


  • Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State (6-2), was the week’s biggest winners by moving up eight spots to No. 15 following its high-scoring 50-44 home win against Texas Tech.

  • Iowa State

Iowa State (7-2), is the only newcomer to the top 10, rising four spots to No. 9 following Friday’s stunning 23-20 road win against Texas, which fell out of the rankings. The Cyclones are now virtually assured of a berth in the Big 12 championship game, in which it likely will face No. 11 Oklahoma.

  • Louisiana

Louisiana (8-1), which opened the season with a win at Iowa State, rounds out the CFP rankings at No. 25.

  • Coastal Carolina

Coastal Carolina rose two spots to No. 18 after improving to 9-0 on the season. The Chanticleers take on unranked, but 9-1 Liberty this weekend..

  • Iowa

Iowa (4-2), moved up five spots to No. 19 following its thrilling 26-20 home win against Nebraska.

  • BYU

BYU rose a spot to No. 13 after not playing last week. The FBS Independent Cougars play San Diego State on Dec. 12.

  • Washington

Washington improved to 3-0 after a historic 24-21 comeback against Utah to make it its CFP rankings debut at No. 22. The Huskies play next week at Oregon.


  • Oregon

Defending Pac-12 champion Oregon fell eight spots to No. 23 following its stunning 41-38 road loss to rival Oregon State.

  • Northwestern

Northwestern (5-1), was the only team in the initial CFP top 10 to fall out, dropping six spots to No. 14 following its crushing 29-20 road loss against Michigan State.

  • Indiana

Indiana was both, a winner – and loser – in Week 14 though the Hoosiers remain in 12th place. Indiana lost star quarterback Michael Penix Jr. for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL.

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