College Football Rankings, Week 11: TCU Receives First Place Votes In USA Today Coaches Poll

The Oregon Ducks remained atop the USA Today Coaches Poll for a second week in a row and then saw a number of changes in the rest of the rankings, much like the AP Poll. The 10-0 TCU Horned Frogs moved up to No. 3 and received two first-place votes after defeating the Utah Utes, 47-7, on Saturday.

The Utah Utes moved all the way down to No. 15 and are now 8-1 this season. The LSU Tigers jumped from No. 11 to No. 6, while two-loss Alabama checked in at No. 12. Three new teams checked in at the back of the top 25: Central Florida, Florida and Texas A&M.

The 7-2 San Diego State Aztecs also received the second most points among teams outside the top 25 with 44. The Mountain West conference is showing a strong hand late in the season, and if Air Force can win out the rest of the regular season and capture a bowl victory, the Falcons could re-enter the top 25.

Here are the full results:

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

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