Boise State drops 6 spots to No. 9 in AP poll

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 NEW YORK (AP) — Boise State dropped six spots to No. 9 in The Associated Press college football poll after having its 24-game winning streak snapped.

For the third straight week, No. 1 Oregon and Auburn hold the top two spots in the rankings. No. 3 TCU moved up one spot.

The gap between the Ducks and Tigers shrank to 19 points. The Ducks have 36 first-place votes and 1,475 points, while Auburn has 23 and 1,456 from the media panel.

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Wisconsin is fourth and Stanford is fifth.

Boise State had been ranked no lower than fourth this season, but after losing 34-31 in overtime to Nevada, the Broncos tumbled out of the national championship race.

Nevada moved up six spots to No. 14.

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