College Football Rankings, Week 14: Rutgers Football Receives Votes in Coaches' Poll

Rutgers lost this past weekend to Connecticut 44-20. The loss knocked the Scarlet Knights out of the race for the Big East title and reduced the handful of teams vying for the Big East title down to three: Cincinnati, Louisville and West Virginia. Syracuse lost to Cincinnati 30-13 this weekend. The Orange are now 5-6 and will finish their season against Pittsburgh with both teams trying to become bowl eligible.

Rutgers was nearly in the Coaches' Poll last week with 54 votes but is down to just 6 votes in that poll this week. Rutgers was shutout of the AP Poll completely this week and didn't receive any votes there.

Here's the complete Coaches' Poll for Week 14: 

1) LSU
2) Alabama
3) Virginia Tech
4) Stanford
5) Oklahoma State
6) Houston
7) Oregon
8) Boise State
9) Michigan State
10) Arkansas
11) Oklahoma 
12) Wisconsin
13) South Carolina
14) Georgia 
15) Kansas State
16) Michigan
17) TCU
18) Baylor
19) Nebraska
20) West Virginia
21) Clemson
22) Penn State
23) Southern Mississippi
24) Florida State
25) Cincinnati

For more on the college football rankings, check out SB Nation's college football homepage. For more on Rutgers football see On The Banks. For more on Syracuse football, see Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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