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College football Power Rankings after Week 13


All season we wait for rivalry week and it never disappoints.

Michigan beat Ohio State in Columbus for the first time since 2000 and it was merely just the beginning of a day full of chaos in the top 10.

Clemson fell to rival South Carolina, all but ending any College Football Playoff hopes for the Tigers. LSU followed suit, losing to a 5-7 Texas A&M team, which likely ends any hope of the SEC sending two teams to the four-team playoff field.

Out west, Oregon lost to rival…



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