College Football scores Week 9: AP Polls, Rankings and Upsets

Week 9 of the college football schedule provided the fans major upsets that altered the race for the college football playoffs. Here are the Week 9 scores of NCAA 2016.

The Alabama Crimson Tide remain on top of the AP Poll just before the College Football Playoffs rankings will be shown next week. The Michigan Wolverines, Clemson Tigers and Washington Huskies occupy the next three slots with their record of having no losses. Some of the one loss teams are the Louisville Cardinals, Ohio State Buckeyes and Texas A&M Aggies that are ranked respectively from fifth to seventh.

Virginia Tech 39
Pittsburgh 36

California 24
USC 45

Navy 45
South Florida 52

San Diego State 40
Utah State 13

Air Force 31
Fresno State 21

Michigan 32
Michigan State 23

Clemson 37
Florida State 34

Washington 31
Utah 24

Louisville 32
Virginia 25

Northwestern 20
Ohio State 24

Nebraska 17
Wisconsin 23

Baylor 34
Texas 35

New Mexico State 10
Texas A&M 52

West Virginia 20
Oklahoma State 37

Boise State 28
Wyoming 30

Florida 24
Georgia 10

Auburn 40
Mississippi 29

Kansas 3
Oklahoma 56

Tennessee 21
South Carolina 24

Penn State 62
Purdue 24

UCF 24
Houston 31

Connecticut 3
East Carolina 41

Duke 35
Georgia Tech 38

Kentucky 35
Missouri 21

Minnesota 40
Illinois 17

Kent State 27
Cent Michigan 24

Wagner 10
Massachusetts 34

Kansas State 31
Iowa State 26

Boston College 21
NC State 14

Coastal Carolina 48
Presbyterian 17

Army West Point 21
Wake Forest 13

Maryland 36
Indiana 42

Texas Tech 27
TCU 24

Samford 41
Mississippi State 56

Cincinnati 13
Temple 34

Miami 27 (Fla)
Notre Dame 30

Miami (Ohio) 28
Eastern Michigan 15

Western Kentucky 52
Florida Atlantic 3

SMU 35
Tulane 31

Arizona State 35
Oregon 54

Georgia State 10
South Alalabam 13

Rice 16
Louisiana Tech 61

La. -Monroe 10
Arkansas State 51

Marshall 14
Southern Miss 24

Middle Tennessee 42
FIU 35

North Texas 17
UTSA 31

Tulsa 59
Memphis 30

Old Dominion 31
UTEP 21

UNLV 24
San Jose State 30

Washington State 35
Oregon State 31

Stanford 34
Arizona 10

New Mexico 28
Hawaii 21

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