NCAA Football Rankings, Week 5: Oklahoma Drops To No. 15 In Coaches Poll After Loss

Boise State's victory over BYU kept the Broncos in the AP Top 25, but the 7-6 win wasn't enough to hoist BSU into the Coaches Poll.

Oklahoma fell to No. 15 after their loss to Kansas State. With that win, the Wildcats moved up to eighth in the nation.

The Michigan Wolverines fell out of the Top 25 after their loss to Notre Dame Saturday. The Irish have moved all the way up to eleventh.

The Alabama Crimson Tide remained in the No. 1 position in the poll, while Oregon maintains the No. 2 spot, followed by the LSU Tigers. Florida State and Georgia are the final two teams in the Top 5 this week.

Here's the full Coaches Poll:

Rank Team Points
1 Alabama 1473
2 Oregon 1371
3 LSU 1361
4 Florida St. 1306
5 Georgia 1224
6 South Carolina 1149
7 West Virginia 1137
8 Kansas St. 1000
9 Stanford 949
10 Texas 924
11 Notre Dame 836
12 Florida 817
13 USC 813
14 TCU 705
15 Oklahoma 699
16 Clemson 560
17 Louisville 493
18 Michigan St. 404
19 Mississippi St. 349
20 Nebraska 327
21 Oregon St. 220
22 Oklahoma St. 154
23 Wisconsin 102
24 Baylor 101
25 Rutger 98
25 Virginia Tech 98

For the latest rankings, stick with this StoryStream and head over to SB Nation's college football hub.

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