College football 1-131 rankings following Week 11

No. 5 Tennessee (9-1, 5-1 SEC) beat Missouri (4-6, 2-5 SEC), 66-24, on Saturday in Week 11.

The Vols will close out regular season play at South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

Tennessee’s 2022 regular schedule includes home games against Ball State (W, 59-10), Akron (W, 63-6), Florida (W, 38-33), Alabama (W, 52-49), UT Martin ( W, 65-24), Kentucky (W, 44-6) and Missouri (W, 66-24).

The Vols’ 2022 schedule includes road contests at Pittsburgh (W, 34-27 OT) in the second edition of the Johnny Majors Classic, LSU (W, 40-13), Georgia (L, 27-13), South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

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Following the Week 11 games, College Football News released its rankings for all 131 Football Bowl Subdivision teams. College Football News’ top 50 rankings are listed below. You can see the ranking 51-131 here.

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Oklahoma (5-5)

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Maryland (6-4)

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Boise State (6-4)

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maroon (4-6)

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Fresno State (6-4)

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Missouri (4-6)

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Arizona (4-6)

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Texas Tech (5-5)

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Cincinnati (8-2)

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Baylor (6-4)

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Kentucky (6-4)

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Washington State (6-4)

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Purdue (6-4)

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Wisconsin (5-5)

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South Carolina (6-4)

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Tulane (8-2)

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Pittsburgh (6-4)

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Wake Forest (6-4)

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Oklahoma State (7-3)

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Louisville (6-4)

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Kansas (6-4)

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Iowa (6-4)

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Michigan State (5-5)

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UCF (8-2)

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North Carolina State (7-3)

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Minnesota (7-3)

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Illinois (7-3)

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Kansas State (7-3)

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Texas (6-4)

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Mississippi State (6-4)

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Oregon State (7-3)

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Notre Dame (7-3)

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Florida State (7-3)

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Florida (6-4)

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Washington (8-2)

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North Carolina (9-1)

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Clemson (9-1)

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Penn State (8-2)

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Utah (8-2)

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Ole Miss (8-2)

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UCLA (8-2)

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Oregon (8-2)

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USC (9-1)

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Alabama (8-2)

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LSU (8-2)

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TCU (10-0)

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Tennessee (9-1)

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Michigan (10-0)

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Ohio State (10-0)

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Georgia (10-0)

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