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2014 college football rankings, Week 9: Colorado State earns more votes

Colorado State earned a few more points in the latest polls, but they are still on the outside looking in on the latest top 25 polls.

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The Colorado State Rams improved to 6-1 on the year after getting a big Mountain West win, 16-13, over Mountain foe Utah State. When it comes to the national polls, the Rams are sill left outside the top 25. In the USA TODAY Coaches polls, Colorado State earned more points this week to have a grand total of 18, and that places them at 30.

However, the No. 25 team is West Virginia and they have 143 points, so the Rams have a long way to go to possibly be ranked, and its schedule does not have any heavy hitters the rest of the way. So, all Colorado State can do is keep winning and hope that is enough to be ranked sometime during the season.

AP Coaches Massey
1 Mississippi State Mississippi State Ole Miss
2 Florida State Florida State Alabama
3 Ole Miss Ole Miss Auburn
4 Alabama Alabama Mississippi State
5 Auburn Michigan State Florida State
6 Oregon Auburn Georgia
7 Notre Dame Oregon Oregon
8 Michigan State Notre Dame TCU
9 Georgia Georgia Michigan State
10 TCU TCU Kansas State
11 Kansas State Kansas State Notre Dame
12 Baylor Ohio State Oklahoma
13 Ohio State Baylor Baylor
14 Arizona State Arizona State Clemson
15 Arizona Arizona LSU
16 Nebraska Nebraska Arizona State
17 Oklahoma East Carolina Texas A&M
18 East Carolina Oklahoma Ohio State
19 Utah Utah UCLA
20 USC Clemson Nebraska
21 Clemson USC Missouri
22 West Virginia Marshall USC
23 Marshall LSU Arizona
24 LSU Minnesota West Virginia
25 UCLA West Virginia Utah