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Oklahoma No. 1 in both polls

Oklahoma made history when it became the first team to be ranked No.1 in the AP poll 100 times. It was also a big week for SEC. Alabama and LSU remained Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, but picked up a few more first-place votes. No.4 Boise State also received two first-place votes. Florida State checked in at No.5. Missouri and Penn State dropped out of the poll, while Auburn and Arizona State entered the poll.


1. Oklahoma (32) (1-0)
2. Alabama (9) (2-0)
3. LSU (17) (2-0)
4. Boise State (2) (2-0)
5. Florida State (2-0)
6. Stanford (2-0)
7. Wisconsin (2-0)
8. Oklahoma State (2-0)
9. Texas A&M (1-0)
10. Nebraska (2-0)
11. South Carolina (2-0)
12. Oregon (1-1)
13. Virginia Tech (2-0)
14. Arkansas (2-0)
15. Michigan State (2-0)
16. Florida (2-0)
17. Ohio State (2-0)
18. West Virginia (2-0)
19. Baylor (1-0)
20. South Florida (2-0)
21. Auburn (2-0)
22. Arizona State (2-0)
23. TCU (1-1)
24. Texas (2-0)
25. Mississippi State (1-1)

The Sooners also stayed atop the coaches poll, followed by Alabama and LSU. Boise State jumped Florida State for the fourth spot, while the Seminoles moved down one place to fifth. South Florida entered the poll for the first time at No.22 along with Baylor (24). Missouri and Penn State dropped out of the poll.


1. Oklahoma (44) (1-0)
2. Alabama (8) (2-0)
3. LSU (7) (2-0)
4. Boise State (2-0)
5. Florida State (2-0)
6. Stanford (2-0)
7. Oklahoma State (2-0)
8. Wisconsin (2-0)
9. Texas A&M (1-0)
10. Nebraska (2-0)
11. South Carolina (2-0)
12. Virginia Tech (2-0)
13. Arkansas (2-0)
14. Oregon (1-1)
15. Michigan State (2-0)
16. Ohio State (2-0)
17. Florida (2-0)
18. Arizona State (2-0)
19. Auburn (2-0)
20. West Virginia (2-0)
21. Texas (2-0)
22. South Florida (2-0)
23. TCU (1-1)
24. Baylor (1-0)
25. Mississippi State (1-1)

 

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