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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 11: Boise State drops to No. 24, after loss

Boise State's loss to San Diego State dropped them to No. 24 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.Boise State's loss to San Diego State dropped them to No. 24 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.

Otto Kitsinger III

The latest USA Today Coaches Poll is out, and the Boise St. Broncos are still clinging on to a spot in the rankings. Boise State lost a 21-19, at home no less, to the San Diego St. Aztecs, and with that loss the Broncos fell from No. 14 all the way down to the 24th spot.

With the loss, Boise State is pretty much eliminated from heading to a BCS bowl game, and that distinction falls to Louisiana Tech who is No. 18 in the coaches poll.

As for the rest of the polls, the top four stay the same after Alabama, Oregon, Kansas State and Notre Dame all won to remain undefeated.

Here is the complete Week 11 USA Today Coaches Poll:

Rank Team Record Points First Place Votes Previous Rank
1 Alabama 9-0 1475 59 1
2 Oregon 9-0 1399 0 2
3 Kansas St. 9-0 1370 0 3
4 Notre Dame 9-0 1289 0 4
5 Georgia 8-1 1218 0 6
6 Florida St. 8-1 1147 0 7
7 Florida 8-1 1091 0 8
8 Clemson 8-1 1013 0 9
9 LSU 7-2 998 0 5
10 Louisville 9-0 940 0 10
11 South Carolina 7-2 880 0 11
12 Oregon St. 7-1 807 0 13
13 Oklahoma 6-2 800 0 12
14 Texas A&M 7-2 736 0 16
15 Stanford 7-2 705 0 15
16 Nebraska 7-2 513 0 21
17 Texas 7-2 485 0 22
18 Louisiana Tech 8-1 363 0 23
19 UCLA 7-2 333 0 NR
20 Rutgers 7-1 264 0 25
21 Northwestern 7-2 234 0 NR
22 USC 6-3 224 0 17
23 Mississippi St. 7-2 186 0 18
24 Boise St. 7-2 126 0 14
25 Toledo 8-1 108 0 NR

Others Receiving Votes: Northern Illinois (9-1) 88; Texas Tech (6-3) 68; Michigan (6-3) 48; Oklahoma State (5-3) 41; Cincinnati (6-2) 38; TCU (6-3) 37; Ohio (8-1) 34; Kent State (8-1) 32; Wisconsin (6-3) 25; Utah State (8-2) 13; Central Florida (7-2) 12; San Diego State (7-3) 7; West Virginia (5-3) 7; Fresno State (7-3) 4; Louisiana-Monroe (6-3) 4; Tulsa (7-2) 4; Washington (5-4) 4; Arizona State (5-4) 3; Middle Tennessee (6-3) 2.