FSU still No. 2, Miss. State remains on top of coaches poll

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Florida State actually lost ground following a win over Notre Dame, and Mississippi State remains on top of the Amway Coaches Poll this week.

Mississippi State remains in first place in the coaches poll with 36 first-place votes. Florida State follows in second place once again this week, now with 22 first-place votes. Ole Miss picked up the remaining four first-place votes in this week’s coaches poll and remains ranked third. Alabama moved up three spots this week following a demolishing victory over Texas A&M. The one-loss Crimson Tide are now ranked fourth in the coaches poll, followed by Michigan State, Auburn and Oregon. Notre Dame dropped three spots following the loss at Florida State, and is now ranked eighth, followed by Georgia and TCU to round-out the top 10.

No. 11 Kansas State moved up three spots following a road win at Oklahoma.. Ohio State moved up one spot to pass falling Baylor behind the Wildcats. No. 14 Arizona State and No. 15 Arizona continue to stand side-by-side in the rankings as well. No. 16 Nebraska jumped up three spots this week, passing idle East Carolina (No. 17) and old rival Oklahoma. The Sooners dropped seven spots to No. 18. Utah and Clemson wrap up the top 20.

No. 21 USC (up four spots), is followed by No. 22 Marshall (up two spots). No. 23 LSU is back in the coaches poll. Minnesota also debuts at No. 24 and West Virginia makes an appearance at No. 25.

Oklahoma State, Stanford and Texas A&M all dropped out of the coaches poll this week.