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TCU Gets Jumped By Oregon, Remains Fifth In The Coaches Poll

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In the coaches poll Oregon jumps TCU to take the fourth spot while TCU satays at fifth.  While that may be bad in a quick glance, but TCU did gain points in the poll to have more points then last week.  I guess Oregon got the votes since they beat a better opponent in Arizona State.  However, I am not so sure Arizona State is all much better then SMU.  Plus, both games were fairly similar with Oregon and TCU struggling early before pulling away late.

Utah also moves up a spot due to South Carolina losing, also Air Force gains some votes and is fairly close to being in the top 25.  I some what think Texas should be ranked even lower since they were boat raced by UCLA and in their two wins they were not dominant but consistently scored in all four quarters to show the perception of a blowout.

I am surprised that Nevada only gets in to the 25th spot, but Wolfpack fans will take it since it has been a long time they have been in the top 25 polls.

Rank
Team (first-place votes)
Record
Points
Last week's ranking
1.
Alabama (57)
4-0
1,472
1
2.
Ohio State (2)
4-0
1,412
2
3.
Boise State
3-0
1,312
3
4.
Oregon
4-0
1,243
6
5.
TCU
4-0
1,221
5
6.
Nebraska
4-0
1,164
7
7.
Florida
4-0
1,155
8
8.
Oklahoma
4-0
1,083
9
9.
Wisconsin
4-0
989
10
10.
LSU
4-0
896
12
11.
Auburn
4-0
828
14
12.
Utah
4-0
790
13
13.
Stanford
4-0
744
17
14.
Arizona
4-0
689
16
15.
Arkansas
3-1
576
11
16.
Texas
3-1
563
4
17.
Miami (Fla.)
2-1
517
19
18.
Iowa
3-1
509
18
19.
Michigan
4-0
375
22
20.
Penn State
3-1
347
20
21.
Michigan State
4-0
278
23
22.
South Carolina
3-1
272
15
23.
Missouri
4-0
182
24
24.
Oklahoma State
3-0
146
25
25.
Nevada
4-0
102
NR
 
Dropped out
No. 21 West Virginia (3-1, lost 20-14 to then-No. 12 LSU).
Others receiving votes
Florida State (3-1) 84; North Carolina State (4-0) 80; West Virginia (3-1) 45; Air Force (3-1) 22; Northwestern (4-0) 21; Kansas State (4-0) 17; Clemson (2-1) 16; Houston (3-1) 10; Mississippi State (2-2) 7; Texas Tech (2-1) 5; Virginia Tech (2-2) 2; UCLA (2-2) 1.

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