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College Football Rankings, Week 13: Oregon Stays Atop AP Poll; 5-5 Oregon State Receives One Vote

The Week 13 AP Top 25 poll shows no major changes after the top three BCS teams (Oregon, Auburn and TCU) had bye weeks. Boise State, fourth in the BCS, retained its third-place ranking in the AP Poll after blowing out Fresno State, 51-0.

Wisconsin and LSU flipped places this week at fifth and sixth, though both teams won their games. Nebraska dropped from ninth to 16th, which moved Alabama to ninth and Oklahoma State into 10th. The 9-2 Alabama Crimson Tide are highest-ranked two-loss team.

North Carolina State Wolfpack and Florida State Seminoles entered the AP Poll at Nos. 21 and 22. Previously No. 24, the Miami Hurricanes fell out of the rankings after losing to No. 13 Virginia Tech.

The 9-2 Norther Illinois Huskies, playing in the Mid-American Conference, are the last team out with 72 votes.

Somewhat interesting, the 5-5 Oregon State Beavers received a vote, but the 8-4 Air Force Falcons did failed to have one vote cast for them.

The full polls results:

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