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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 11: Ohio State moves up in AP poll

Ohio State moved to No. 5 in the Associated Press poll, and Michigan's victory against the Minnesota Golden Gophers has the Wolverines just outside the top-25.

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

The LSU Tigers' fall from fifth place to ninth place headlined the changes in the Week 1 Associated Press poll. Les Miles' team fell to No. 1 Alabama at home for the Tigers' second loss of the year.

The Crimson Tide claimed all 60 first-place votes this week and retained their top spot. Oregon, Kansas State and Notre Dame followed Alabama, in that order.

The Tigers' loss allowed the Ohio State Buckeyes, who are 10-0 on the year after a victory against Illinois, to move into fifth place in the poll. Ohio State leads the Big Ten and is the only top-25 team from the conference.

The Minnesota Golden Gophers are again not ranked in the poll. A 4-0 start to the year has turned sour with a 1-4 mark in Big Ten Conference play. This week, Minnesota fell 35-13 to the Michigan Wolverines, who themselves received 53 points and now stand three spots out of the top-25 standings.

Here's a peek at the entire AP poll:

Rank Team Votes
1 Alabama (60) 1,500
2 Oregon 1,421
3 Kansas State 1,395
4 Notre Dame 1,318
5 Ohio State 1,198
5 Georgia 1,198
7 Florida 1,112
8 Florida State 1,057
9 LSU 1,029
10 Clemson 931
11 Louisville 862
12 South Carolina 836
13 Oregon State 796
14 Oklahoma 765
15 Texas A&M 700
16 Stanford 655
17 UCLA 446
18 Nebraska 441
19 Louisiana Tech 355
19 Texas 355
21 USC 237
22 Mississippi State 187
23 Toledo 146
24 Rutgers 99
25 Texas Tech 97

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.