There are only seven undefeated college football teams left at the FBS level. Michigan State eliminated Michigan in a battle of the undefeated Big Ten teams to go 8-0 this season.
Here’s a look at the remaining undefeated teams in the FBS this season, as of October 29, 2021.
No.1 Georgia (8-0)
Next game: TBD, Saturday, November 6 vs. Missouri (TBD)
Georgia could have a historically excellent defense, as the Bulldogs have allowed just 56 points in eight games, including back-to-back shutouts against SEC enemies Vanderbilt and Arkansas. The Bulldogs rode again in Week 7, beating the previously undefeated No.11 Kentucky 30-13.
No.2 Cincinnati (8-0)
Next game: 3:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, November 6 vs. Tulsa (TBD)
The Bearcats recently beat Tulane, pulling away from the Green Waves in the second half to win 31-12. The Navy didn’t make it easy in Week 8, as Cincinnati escaped with a 27-20 road win. The contenders recovered a back kick with a minute to go, but Arquon Bush secured the win with an interception. It was the Bearcats’ first single possession victory this season.
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No.4 Oklahoma (9-0)
Next game: TBD, Saturday November 6 at n Â° 16 Baylor
Oklahoma broke their tight winning streak after defeating Texas Tech 52-21 in Week 9. The Sooners’ next opponent will be one of their toughest when they visit No.16 Baylor. The Bears are 7-1 this season and will look to jump Oklahoma into the Big 12 standings with a win.
# 8 Michigan State (8-0)
Next game: TBD, Saturday November 6 at Purdue (TBD)
Michigan State improved to 5-0 in the Big Ten with three of those road wins, as the Spartans beat Michigan 37-33 in Week 9. Kenneth Walker ran for five touchdowns in the Victoire.
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Wake Forest n Â° 13 (8-0)
Next game: TBD, Saturday November 6 in North Carolina (TBD)
The Demon Deacons slaughtered Duke in Week 9, winning 45-7. Wake Forest QB Sam Hartman finished 24 for 37 passes for 402 yards and five total touchdowns without an intercept.
# 21 San Diego State (7-0)
Next game: 10:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, Oct. 30 vs. Fresno State (CBSSN)
The Aztecs hold opponents just under 16 points per game. Two of San Diego State’s six victories came against Pac-12 opponents – Arizona and Utah. In its most recent victory, San Diego State fended off a late Air Force rally, winning 20-14.
N Â° 23 UTSA (8-0)
Next game: 4 p.m. ET, Saturday, November 6 at UTEP (ESPN Networks)
The Roadrunners opened their season with a road victory over Illinois, and in Week 4 they beat Memphis on the road. UTSA picked up another narrow victory to reach 6-0, hanging on to beat Western Kentucky 52-46 on the road. UTSA allowed 670 yards but pulled in the big late interception to claim the victory. UTSA then routed Rice and Louisiana Tech, 45-0 and 45-16 respectively.