AP College Football Poll Rankings 2015: Week 12 release update

If AP Poll Week 11 rankings of College Football was wild enough for you, wait for Week 12 results tomorrow as it went even more wilder. The Buckeyes were accused of having a soft schedule all season and No.2 Ohio State was finally exposed if they’re true legit contender. Unfortunately, the defending champs lost No.9 Michigan State on Saturday at their home turf in Columbus. The Spartans thrilling 17-14 win also snapped Ohio State’s 23-game winning streak.

Clemson secures No.1 spot in the rankings after beating Wake Forest 33-13 while No.2 Alabama routs Charleston 56-6. It’s a big win for No.5 Iowa in beating Purdue 40-20.

Few more upsets recorded in the day as UConn handed No.13 Houston their first loss. UCLA defeated No. 18 Utah while Ole Miss beat LSU.

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The new polls were released on Sunday so scroll down to see the latest Top 25 AP College Football Poll rankings with updated wins.
1. Clemson 11-0
2. Alabama 10-1
3. Iowa 11-0
4. Notre Dame 10-1
5. Oklahoma 10-1
6. Michigan St. 10-1
7. Baylor 9-1
8. Ohio St. 10-1
9. Oklahoma St. 10-1
10. Florida 10-1
11. N. Carolina 10-1
12. Michigan 9-2
13. Stanford 9-2
14. Florida St. 9-2
15. TCU 9-2
16. Navy 9-1
17. Northwestern 9-2
18. Oregon 8-3
19. Mississippi 8-3
20. Washington St. 8-3
21. Houston 10-1
22. UCLA 8-3
23. Mississippi St. 8-3
24. Toledo 9-1
25. Temple 9-2

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