Oregon is No. 1 in AP poll. UT 18th

Oregon is No. 1 in AP poll. UT 18th

Oregon is No. 1 in AP poll. UT 18th

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by RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer

kvue.com

Posted on November 11, 2012 at 5:49 PM

NEW YORK (AP) -- Oregon is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll after Alabama gave up the top spot following a loss to Texas A&M.

The Ducks have 45 of 60 first-place votes. Kansas State is No. 2 with 14 first-place votes. Notre Dame is third and received one first-place vote.

The Crimson Tide, which had been No. 1 for 10 straight weeks, dropped to fourth after a 29-24 loss to the Aggies in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Saturday.

Texas A&M moved up six spots to No. 9.

The Ducks were last No. 1 in 2010. That was the first season in the history of the program that Oregon reached No. 1, and the Ducks spent seven weeks there and reached the BCS championship game, which they lost to Auburn.

No. 25 Kent State is ranked for first time since Nov. 5, 1973.

USA Today Coaches Poll

1. Oregon (44), 10-0, 1460
2. Kansas State (14), 10-0, 1427
3. Notre Dame (1), 10-0, 1346
4. Georgia, 9-1, 1260
5. Alabama, 9-1, 1243
6. Florida State, 9-1, 1143
7. Florida, 9-1, 1079
8. LSU, 8-2, 1040
9. Clemson, 9-1, 1033
10. Texas A&M, 8-2, 967
11. South Carolina, 8-2, 903
12. Oklahoma, 7-2, 799
13. Stanford, 8-2, 793
14. Nebraska, 8-2, 653
15. Texas, 8-2, 615
16. UCLA, 8-2, 494
17. Oregon State, 7-2, 490
18. Louisville, 9-1, 442
19. Louisiana Tech, 9-1, 413
20. Rutgers, 8-1, 354
21. USC, 7-3, 343
22. Boise State, 8-2, 161
23. Michigan, 7-3, 144
24. Oklahoma State, 6-3, 111
25. Texas Tech, 7-3, 106

Dropped out: No. 21 Northwestern, No. 23 Mississippi State, No. 25 Toledo

Receiving votes: Northern Illinois (9-1) 105, Wisconsin (7-3) 68, Kent State (9-1) 39, Cincinnati (7-2) 35, Mississippi State (7-3) 32, Utah State (8-2) 20, UCF (8-2) 18, Northwestern (7-2) 10, San Diego State (8-3) 8, Tulsa (8-2) 8, Washington 7 (6-4), Fresno State (8-3) 4, Middle Tennessee (6-3) 2

Harris Interactive College Football Poll

1. Oregon (90), 2844
2. Kansas State (23), 2774
3. Notre Dame (1), 2634
4. Alabama (1), 2494
5. Georgia, 2398
6. Florida State, 2175
7. Florida, 2113
8. LSU, 2082
9. Clemson, 1972
10. Texas A&M, 1842
11. South Carolina, 1732
12. Oklahoma, 1631
13. Stanford, 1621
14. Nebraska, 1239
15. Texas, 1095
16. Oregon State, 1081
17. Louisville, 943
18. USC, 886
19. UCLA, 870
20. Louisiana Tech, 728
21. Rutgers, 571
22. Texas Tech, 325
23. Boise State, 324
24. Michigan, 264
25. Mississippi State, 159

Dropped out: No. 24 Northwestern

Receiving votes: Oklahoma State (6-3) 118, Northern Illinois (9-1) 116, Kent State (9-1) 94, Wisconsin (7-3) 94, Cincinnati (7-2) 43, Utah State (8-2) 31, Northwestern (7-3) 21, TCU (6-4) 15, San Diego State (8-3) 12, Tulsa (8-2) 9, San Jose State (8-2) 8, Arizona (6-4) 7, Fresno State (8-3) 5, Toledo (8-2) 4, Washington (6-4) 1

Associated Press Top 25

1. Oregon (45), 10-0, 1485
2. Kansas State (14), 10-0, 1451
3. Notre Dame (1), 10-0, 1382
4. Alabama, 9-1, 1259
5. Georgia, 9-1, 1223
6. Ohio State, 10-0, 1212
7. Florida, 9-1, 1089
8. LSU, 8-2, 1046
9. Texas A&M, 8-2, 1031
10. Florida State, 9-1, 1024
11. Clemson, 9-1, 907
12. South Carolina, 8-2, 848
13. Oklahoma, 7-2, 798
14. Stanford, 8-2, 766
15. Oregon State, 7-2, 556
16. Nebraska, 8-2, 549
17. UCLA, 8-2, 541
18. Texas, 8-2, 496
19. Louisiana Tech, 9-1, 374
20. Louisville, 9-1, 322
21. USC, 7-3, 297
22. Rutgers, 8-1,179
t23. Michigan, 7-3, 135
t23. Texas Tech, 7-3, 135
25. Kent State, 9-1, 93

Dropped out: No. 22 Mississippi State, No. 23 Toledo

Receiving votes: Oklahoma State (6-3) 79, Northern Illinois (9-1) 77, Mississippi State (7-3) 48, Wisconsin (7-3) 26, UCF (8-2) 16, Boise State (8-2) 14, Cincinnati (7-2) 6, Fresno State (8-3) 6, Arizona 6 (6-4), TCU (6-4) 5, San Jose State (8-2) 4, Tulsa (8-2) 4, Utah State (8-2) 4, San Diego State (8-3) 3, Northwestern (7-3) 2, Washington (6-4) 1, Toledo (8-2) 1

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