Top 25 College Football Scores in 2023

More than 100 teams are vying for one of four slots in the College Football Playoff bracket over the course of 13 weeks during the 2023 college football season. The weekly top 25 college football rankings and the Heisman Trophy race take each CFB score into consideration.

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Top 25 College Football Scores 2023

Here is a look at how the entire Top 25 played out:

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Georgia
4. Clemson
5. Notre Dame
6. Michigan
7. Texas A&M
8. Utah
9. Oklahoma
10. Baylor
11. Oklahoma State
12. Oregon
13. NC State
14. Michigan State
15. USC
16. Pittsburgh
17. Miami
18. Texas
19. Wake Forest
20. Wisconsin
21. Kentucky
22. Cincinnati
23. Arkansas
24. Ole Miss
25. Houston

Top 25 College Football Scores 2022

From the national runner-up squad from the previous season, Alabama returns 15 starters, including eight on defense. The Alabama defense, which is led by linebacker Will Anderson Jr., the current SEC Defensive Player of the Year, should start the season as the best in the nation.

Bryce Young, who won the Heisman Trophy, is in charge of the offense and will try to secure the first overall choice in the 2023 NFL draught by the start of the 2022 season. The top two quarterbacks in the 2023 class are currently regarded as Young and C.J. Stroud of Ohio State.

As a key component of No. 2 Ohio State’s potent offense, Stroud has a strong chance of winning his own Heisman this year. The return of TreVeyon Henderson and Jaxon Smith-Njigba gives the Buckeyes an elite running back and a first-round WR lock, respectively, and the addition of Jim Knowles should help the defense, which was the team’s main weakness a year ago.

Georgia, the defending champion, is ranked third after the NFL dismantled the Tide’s dominant defense from the previous campaign. A staggering 15 players selected by the Bulldogs in the draught will need to be replaced, including five first-round picks on defense.

Stetson Bennett will have more pressure to step up and enhance the offense as a result of the losses on the defensive side. Bennett’s best target from a year ago, Brock Bowers, is back and might make a run at the John Mackey Award as a sophomore.


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