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Ohio State out of top 25, Oklahoma No. 1

Ohio State quarterback Joe Bauserman is sacked by

Ohio State quarterback Joe Bauserman is sacked by Miami defensive lineman Anthony Chickillo. (Sept. 17, 2011) Photo Credit: AP

It’s been a college football season to remember and we haven’t even hit the halfway point of the season. The college football just felt another jolt as Ohio State was bounced from the Associated Press top 25 poll for the first time in seven years. The Buckeyes' 24-6 beating at the hands of Miami was the main culprit. Oklahoma stayed at No.1 with 37 first-place votes, while LSU (14) jumped Alabama (7) for the second spot. Boise State received two first-place votes and is No.4 and Stanford moved up to fifth.

Florida State tumbled from five to 11th after a tough home loss to Oklahoma. Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Nebraska and Oregon rounded out the top 10. Michigan State, Auburn Mississippi State and Arizona State all dropped out of the poll, while Clemson, USC, Michigan, Illinois and Georgia Tech entered.

1. Oklahoma (37) (2-0)
2. LSU (14) (3-0)
3. Alabama (7) (3-0)
4. Boise State (2) (2-0)
5. Stanford (3-0)
6. Wisconsin (3-0)
7. Oklahoma State (3-0)
8. Texas A&M (2-0)
9. Nebraska (3-0)
10. Oregon (2-1)
11. Florida State (2-1)
12. South Carolina (3-0)
13. Virginia Tech (3-0)
14. Arkansas (3-0)
15. Florida (3-0)
16. West Virginia (3-0)
17. Baylor (2-0)
18. South Florida (3-0)
19. Texas (3-0)
20. TCU (2-1)
21. Clemson (3-0)
22. Michigan (3-0)
23. USC (3-0)
24. Illinois (3-0)
25. Georgia Tech (3-0)

Oklahoma was also No.1 in the coaches poll, followed by Alabama, LSU, Boise State and Stanford. Florida State dropped to 14th. Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Nebraska, and South Carolina make up the rest of the top 10.

1. Oklahoma (50) (2-0)
2. Alabama (4) (3-0)
3. LSU (5) (3-0)
4. Boise State (3-0)
5. Stanford (3-0)
6. Oklahoma State (3-0)
7. Wisconsin (3-0)
8. Texas A&M (2-0)
9. Nebraska (3-0)
10. South Carolina (3-0)
11. Virginia Tech (3-0)
12. Arkansas (3-0)
13. Oregon (2-1)
14. Florida State (2-1)
15. Florida (3-0)
16. West Virginia (3-0)
17. South Florida (3-0)
18. Texas (3-0)
19. Baylor (3-0)
20. TCU (2-1)
21. Michigan (3-0)
22. Clemson (3-0)
23. Michigan State (2-1)
24. Georgia Tech (3-0)
25. North Carolina (3-0)

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