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Oklahoma Sooners Drop In Both Polls After Home Loss

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Once again, with the season on the line, the Florida St. Seminoles find a way to win amid controversy. In a poll with no direct bearing on the College Playoff, the home stand keeps Jameis Winston firmly cemented as the second best team in the country among coaches and the media.

AP Coaches
1 Mississippi State Mississippi State
2 Florida State Florida State
3 Ole Miss Ole Miss
4 Alabama Alabama
5 Auburn Michigan State
6 Oregon Auburn
7 Notre Dame Oregon
8 Michigan State Notre Dame
9 Georgia Georgia
11 Kansas State Kansas State
12 Baylor Ohio State
13 Ohio State Baylor
14 Arizona State Arizona State
15 Arizona Arizona
16 Nebraska Nebraska
17 Oklahoma East Carolina
18 East Carolina Oklahoma
19 Utah Utah
20 USC Clemson
21 Clemson USC
22 West Virginia Marshall
23 Marshall LSU
24 LSU Minnesota
25 UCLA West Virginia


  • The Alabama Crimson Tide take over the as the top one-loss team in both polls. Now, the SEC West currently has three teams inside the top four. What does that mean? The likelihood of the SEC landing two team in the College Playoff appears imminent.
  • The Big XII proved once again that this could be the best conference top to bottom in the nation. The West Virginia Mountaineers move up eight spots to take over the role of gate keeper in the Coaches' Poll. On the flip side of things, Baylor takes the biggest plunge dropping nine spots to thirteen.
  • Stanford, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma St. were all dropped from the rankings this week.