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2014 college football rankings, Week 14: Boise State joins Colorado State in rankings

After Boise State's thrashing over Wyoming late Saturday night, the Broncos join Colorado State in being a ranked team.

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For the first time all year the Mountain West has two ranked teams in the polls. The coaches poll releases its ballot first and Colorado State is still ranked at No. 21, but the big news is that Boise State is in the rankings for the first time all year at No. 25 in the coaches poll.

Colorado State took care of New Mexico, 58-20, and Boise State had an even more impressive showing as they had no issues in beating Wyoming, 63-14.

The addition of Boise State gives the Group of 5 three teams ranked with Marshall still leading the way at No. 20 in the coaches poll.

In the AP poll, Boise State is also 25 and Colorado State at No. 21.

AP Coaches Massey composite
1 Florida State Alabama Alabama
2 Alabama Florida State Oregon
3 Oregon Oregon Mississippi State
4 Mississippi State Mississippi State TCU
5 Baylor TCU Georgia
6 TCU Baylor Florida State
7 Ohio State Ohio State Baylor
8 Georgia Michigan State Ohio State
9 UCLA Georgia Ole Miss
10 Michigan State UCLA UCLA
11 Kansas State Kansas State Auburn
12 Arizona Arizona Michigan State
13 Arizona State Arizona State Kansas State
14 Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
15 Auburn Georgia Tech Oklahoma
16 Georgia Tech Auburn Arizona
17 Missouri Missouri Missouri
18 Ole Miss Oklahoma Marshall
19 Marshall Ole Miss Georgia Tech
20 Oklahoma Marshall Arizona State
21 Colorado State Colorado State LSU
22 Minnesota Minnesota Arkansas
23 Clemson Louisville Louisville
24 Louisville Clemson Clemson
25 Boise State Boise State Nebraska