College Football Rankings: Texas A&M Unranked After Loss To Florida

n the latest SB Nation Blogpoll, a college football ranking system built on votes from the various college blogs around the SBN network, there was no love for the Texas A&M Aggies. After falling to the No. 17 Florida Gators, 20-17, they ended up unranked. They didn't even make the cut into the 'additional votes' category.

Two schools from Texas did make the cut into the Blogpoll top-25. The Texas Longhorns and TCU Horned Frogs are No. 14 and No. 15, respectively. Interestingly, the Rice Owls managed to make the cut of teams that got additional votes after their upset win over the Kansas Jayhawks.

Alabama, LSU and USC rounded out the top three in the latest rankings, with those three schools garnering all but one of the first place votes. The No. 14 Ohio State Buckeyes got the other first place selection.

For continued Aggies coverage, stay on this StoryStream and visit Good Bull Hunting. For additional information on the visiting Florida Gators, head on over to Alligator Army.

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