Joel Klatt releases new top 10

College football has just one week to go in its regular season for 2023 before the tide turns to conference championship games and eventually bowl season.

Where has the fall gone?  I swear it was like 3 weeks ago that Notre Dame was kicking off the season in Week 0 against Navy in Ireland.

A ton has happened along the way as the race is on for the College Football Playoff.  Is the nation’s top-five as obvious putting the remaining unbeatens in some sort of order?

Not so fast, my friend.

Fox Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt released his new top 10 following Week 12.  Here is how Klatt has them lined up headed into rivalry week.


Analysis: Penn State won with relative ease against Rutgers this weekend to move to 9-2 overall.  Just Michigan State sits between Penn State and a 10-win regular season, something they’ll likely get.  Penn State’s defense is still very good despite not being able to slow Michigan’s running game a week ago.  The Nittany Lions offense is going to need to make a major step in 2024 if they’re going to finally knock Michigan and Ohio State out of the league’s top spot.


Analysis:  Louisville didn’t play their best game Saturday at Miami but were able to get away with it against a team that tends to shoot itself in the foot.  It’s also worth noting that’s something Jeff Brohm’s teams don’t do as he’s in the conversation for national coach of the year after the Cardinals locked up their first appearance in the ACC Championship game with Saturday’s win.

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Analysis:  What did Florida State do to Klatt?  I get that Jordan Travis went out with what looked like a bad injury Saturday but they’re 11-0 and have wins over LSU and at Clemson.  You don’t get to 11-0 on the year simply by luck.  I know…

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