College Football Rankings 2016: TSL's Week 7 Top 25

College Football Rankings 2016: TSL's Week 7 Top 25

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College Football Rankings 2016: TSL's Week 7 Top 25

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1. Alabama (6-0) – The Crimson Tide keep rolling as they passed their biggest test yet on Saturday. The Crimson Tide beat the Arkansas Razorbacks 49-30. Quarterback Jalen Hurts and running back Damien Harris led the Alabama offense. Hurts completed 13-of-17 passes for 253 yards and two touchdowns, while Harris ran for 122 yards on 13 carries. The Alabama defense forced five turnovers, including three interceptions by Minkah Fitzpatrick.

2. Ohio State (5-0) – Ohio State faced their biggest scare of the season against Indiana but pulled away in the fourth quarter. Quarterback J.T. Barrett struggled with throwing the ball, but dominated the game on the ground. Barrett completed 9-of-21 passes for only 93 yards, including a touchdown and an interception. However, on the ground, he ran for 137 yards (26 carries) and a touchdown.

3. Michigan (6-0) – One word to describe the Wolverines throughout the 2016 season: relentless. The Wolverines crushed Rutgers 78-0 behind their number one defense and Heisman trophy candidate Jabrill Peppers. Peppers ran the ball three times for 74 yards, including a 63-yard run and two touchdowns. The Wolverines almost had three players break 100 yards; Chris Evans rushed for 153 yards (11 carries), Karan Higdon rushed for 108 yards (13 carries), and Ty Isaac rushed for 99 yards (12 carries). Beware of the Wolverines.

4. Washington (6-0) – Jake Browning made his own case for a possible Heisman run with eight total touchdowns against the Oregon Ducks. Browning threw for six touchdowns and 304 yards, while adding two more scores on the ground. The sophomore quarterback has compiled 23 passing touchdowns and only two interceptions on the season.

5. Texas A&M (6-0) – The Aggies defeated fellow Top-10 team Tennessee 45-38 in double overtime on Saturday. Freshmen running back Trayveon Williams was a workhorse, carrying the ball 28 times for 217 rushing yards and a touchdown as the Aggies won an enormous resume building game.

6. Clemson (6-0)

7. Baylor (5-0)

8. Nebraska (5-0)

9. Louisville (4-1)

10. Wisconsin (4-1)

11. Tennessee (5-1)

12. Florida State (4-2)

13. Ole Miss (3-2)

14. Boise State (5-0)

15. Virginia Tech (4-1)

16. Houston (5-1)

17. Florida (4-1)

18. Miami (4-1)

19. Utah (5-1)

20. WVU (4-0)

21. Oklahoma (3-2)

22. Western Michigan (6-0)

23. Auburn (4-2)

24. Arkansas (4-2)

25. Navy (4-1)

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