The 2016 college football AP poll for Week 7 of the season is out. Alabama remains in the overall #1 position this week, and the top four positions in the poll are unchanged from Week 6. Throughout the rankings; however, there are some big changes. Western Michigan is ranked for the first time in school history, and Colorado, Stanford, and North Carolina dropped out of the rankings this week. This is also the first time since 1960 that there are four Big Ten teams in the top ten. Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska are all ranked in the top ten this week. Wisconsin hosts Ohio State this week with the potential to start dramatically altering the college football playoff landscape. The Pac-12; however, only has two teams remaining in the Top 25 with Washington having the best hopes of earning a spot in the playoffs. After upsetting #6 Houston last week, the Navy Midshipmen find themselves ranked at #25. Each week that goes by this season sees more teams fall out of contention for one of the four coveted spots in the College Football Playoff, so it definitely poses to be another exciting weekend of college football!
2016 College Football AP Poll – Week 7