Ohio State Now Fourth in Both Polls

By Kyle Rowland on October 20, 2013 at 12:40p
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A close victory over Iowa didn't leave voters impressed.

Florida State's impressive win over then-No. 3 Clemson clearly got the attention of voters. The victory is the best for any team this season and came on the road in a feared environment and stadium. All the Seminoles did was roll by the tune of 51-14. It vaulted them past Ohio State in both the Coaches and AP Poll. 

There are now 10 undefeated teams, down from 16 just two weeks ago. Four Big Ten teams are ranked in each poll — Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska.

COACHES POLL
RK Team Record
1 Alabama (57) 7-0
2 Oregon (4) 7-0
3 Florida State (1) 6-0
4 Ohio State 7-0
5 Baylor 6-0
6 Miami 6-0
7 Missouri 7-0
8 Stanford 6-1
9 Texas Tech 7-0
10 Clemson 6-1
11 UCLA 5-1
12 Oklahoma 6-1
13 Oklahoma State 5-1
13 LSU 6-2
15 Texas A&M 5-2
16 Louisville 6-1
17 Auburn 6-1
18 Fresno State 6-0
18 Virginia Tech 6-1
20 South Carolina 5-2
21 Nebraska 5-1
22 Northern Illinois 7-0
23 Michigan 6-1
24 Wisconsin 5-2
25 Central Florida 5-1
AP POLL
Rk Team Record
1 Alabama (55) 7-0
2 Oregon (3) 7-0
3 Florida State (2) 6-0
4 Ohio State  7-0
5 Missouri 7-0
6 Baylor 6-0
7 Miami 6-0
8 Stanford 6-1
9 Clemson 6-1
10 Texas Tech 7-0
11 Auburn 6-1
12 UCLA 5-1
13 LSU 6-2
14 Texas A&M 5-2
15 Fresno State 6-0
16 Virginia Tech 6-1
17 Oklahoma 6-1
18 Louisville 6-1
19 Oklahoma State 5-1
20 South Carolina 5-2
21 Central Florida 5-1
22 Wisconsin 5-2
23 Northern Illinois 7-0
24 Michigan 6-1
25 Nebraska 5-1

 

The Harris Poll will be released later this afternoon, with the initial BCS rankings to follow at 8:30 p.m.


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