2014 NCAA AP Football Rankings – 10-13

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October 13, 2014 Louisville, KY. (Analyzed Sports)

2014 NCAA AP Football Rankings – 10-13

There is a new AP number 1 team in the nation right now.  The Mississippi State Bulldogs jumped the Florida State Seminoles after defeating their third straight Top 10 team this past weekend. Florida State comes in at number 2 after being ranked #1 for 5 straight weeks.  The Seminoles will get ready for Notre Dame this Saturday at 8pm on ABC.  Mississippi, Baylor, Notre Dame, Auburn, Alabama, Michigan State, Oregon, and Georgia round out the Top 10.  The 6-0 Marshall Thundering Herd enter the AP Top 25 for the first time this season at #25.  ACC School Clemson finds itself ranked again at #24 after defeating the Louisville Cardinals this past Saturday.  Georgia Tech, Missouri, and UCLA all drop out of the polls this week.

RANK SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 Mississippi State (45) 6-0 1,480 T3
2 Florida State (12) 6-0 1,415 1
3 Mississippi (3) 6-0 1,413 T3
4 Baylor 6-0 1,317 5
5 Notre Dame 6-0 1,228 6
6 Auburn 5-1 1,144 2
7 Alabama 5-1 1,068 7
8 Michigan State 5-1 1,015 8
9 Oregon 5-1 1,014 12
10 Georgia 5-1 981 13
11 Oklahoma 5-1 935 11
12 TCU 4-1 917 9
13 Ohio State 4-1 648 15
14 Kansas State 4-1 626 17
15 Oklahoma State 5-1 620 16
16 Arizona 5-1 590 10
17 Arizona State 4-1 459 20
18 East Carolina 5-1 449 19
19 Nebraska 5-1 402 21
20 Utah 4-1 305 24
21 Texas A&M 5-2 264 14
22 USC 4-2 258 NR
23 Stanford 4-2 223 25
24 Clemson 4-2 188 NR
25 Marshall 6-0 148 NR

Others receiving votes: UCLA 110, LSU 67, Duke 45, Kentucky 36, Minnesota 36, West Virginia 27, Washington 22, Georgia Tech 11, Arkansas 10, Rutgers 7, Louisville 7, Iowa 6, North Dakota State 3, Colorado State 3, South Carolina 1, Virginia 1, Wisconsin 1.

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