Predicting The Polls After Week 7 Of The 2018 College Football Season

first_imgA Pitt defender tackling Notre Dame's Miles Boykin.SOUTH BEND, IN – OCTOBER 13: Jason Pinnock #15 of the Pittsburgh Panthers tackles Miles Boykin #81 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the first half at Notre Dame Stadium on October 13, 2018 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)With four teams ranked in the top 10 losing on Saturday, week seven of the 2018 college football season was easily the craziest yet. As a result, we should see a major shakeup in the polls on Sunday afternoon.No. 2 Georgia, undefeated and coming off an appearance in the College Football Playoff championship game a year ago, fell to LSU on the road – meaning the Bulldogs will likely have to win out to have a shot at qualifying for the event again.No. 6 West Virginia, also unbeaten, fell to Iowa State in a shocking upset. It’s a crushing blow to the Mountaineers’ chances.No. 7 Washington, playing on the road at Oregon, suffered a similar fate. With two losses on the season, the Huskies are probably out of contention for a playoff spot.Penn State, the No. 8 team in the country, also lost – this time to Michigan State. The Nittany Lions now also have two losses, meaning they’re likely done from a playoff perspective.Let’s go ahead and predict what we think the Coaches’ Poll will look like on Sunday. Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Notre Dame look to be in good shape.AlabamaOhio StateClemsonNotre DameTexasLSUGeorgiaUCFMichiganOklahomaFloridaOregonWashingtonWest VirginiaKentuckyPenn StateNC StateTexas A&MColorado (still to play USC)WisconsinMichigan StateMiamiCincinnatiMississippi StateIowaCollege football fans – do we have it right?last_img

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