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AP Poll, Week 11: Oregon Remains No. 6, Oklahoma State Takes Over at No. 2

It was one for the college football record books this weekend as we saw a No. 1 and No. 2 square off in the regular season, a couple of big upsets within the top 25, and some almost gigantic upsets amongst the top five. But after all the dust had settled LSU was still the top dog overall, and the Oregon Ducks didn't move and inch in the AP Poll in Week 11. 

Oklahoma State fended off Kansas State Saturday night to take over as the reigning No. 2 in the country this week, followed by the Stanford Cardinal at No. 3, Alabama's loss dropped them to No. 4, while Boise State remained at No. 5 to round out the top five. Oregon sits right outside at No. 6, with Oklahoma, Arkansas, Clemson and Virginia Tech filling out the top 10. 

Nebraska fell hard in the rankings, dropping to No. 19 overall after their big loss to Northwestern. Previous No. 20 Arizona State fell out of the rankings after losing to UCLA 29-28 while previous No. 24 West Virginia lost to Louisville 38-35 to fall off the board as well.  Previously unranked Aubrun and TCU joined the top 25 this week, at 24th and 25th respectfully.     


  1. LSU
  2. Oklahoma State
  3. Stanford
  4. Alabama
  5. Boise State
  6. Oregon
  7. Oklahoma
  8. Arkansas
  9. Clemson
  10. Virginia Tech
  11. Houston
  12. Penn St.
  13. Michigan St.
  14. Georgia
  15. South Carolina
  16. Wisconsin
  17. Kansas State 
  18. USC
  19. Nebraska
  20. Georgia Tech
  21. Texas
  22. Michigan 
  23. Cincinnati
  24. Auburn
  25. Southern Miss