Rank 'Em: 2011 College Football Top 25

Created: November 6, 2011, 4:01 PM

Where do the Alabama Crimson Tide rank in your Top 25?

How do you see the Top 25 college football teams shaping up, SportsNation?

LSU definitely earned the right to remain the No. 1 team in the land with a 9-6 win on the road against Alabama. In a game that shined a spotlight on each team's tenacious defense, both Alabama and LSU were held to under 300 total yards and zero touchdowns for the first time this season.

Oklahoma State, Stanford and Boise State continued their unbeaten streak, while Nebraska and South Carolina suffered their second loss of the season. Should a one-loss Alabama be ranked higher than an undefeated Boise State?

Make your selections below! You need to select at least FIVE teams to submit your rankings.


 
 
  • AP Poll: 1
    Coaches' Poll: 1
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    Coaches' Poll: 4
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    Coaches' Poll: 2
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    Coaches' Poll: 4
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    Coaches' Poll: 5
  • AP Poll: 6
    Coaches' Poll: 6
  • AP Poll: 7
    Coaches' Poll: 7
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    Coaches' Poll: 8
  • AP Poll: 9
    Coaches' Poll: 10
  • AP Poll: 10
    Coaches' Poll: 9
  • AP Poll: 11
    Coaches' Poll: 11
  • AP Poll: 12
    Coaches' Poll: 12
  • AP Poll: 13
    Coaches' Poll: 13
  • AP Poll: 14
    Coaches' Poll: 16
  • AP Poll: 15
    Coaches' Poll: 15
  • AP Poll: 16
    Coaches' Poll: 14
  • AP Poll: 17
    Coaches' Poll: No. 22
  • AP Poll: 18
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked
  • AP Poll: 19
    Coaches' Poll: 17
  • AP Poll: 20
    Coaches' Poll: 19
  • AP Poll: 21
    Coaches' Poll: 20
  • AP Poll: 22
    Coaches' Poll: 21
  • AP Poll: 23
    Coaches' Poll: 18
  • AP Poll: 24
    Coaches' Poll: 25
  • AP Poll: 25
    Coaches' Poll: 23
  • AP Poll: Not ranked
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked
  • AP Poll: Not ranked
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked
  • AP Poll: Not ranked
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked
  • AP Poll: Not ranked
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked
  • AP Poll: Not ranked
    Coaches' Poll: Not ranked

 



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