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2014 college football rankings, Week 12: Colorado State earns its ranking

For the first time all season there is a Mountain West team ranked.

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After weeks and weeks of Colorado State winning games they are finally ranked this year and they join Marshall as the only other non-power team to be in the top 25. The Rams continued its winning stream of eight games after toppling Hawaii, 49-22, Saturday night.

Boise State is also receiving votes in the coaches poll with seven points and the Broncos might have earned more points had they not struggled to defeat New Mexico. The Broncos also received a 25th place vote in the AP poll.

The ranking for Colorado State is a great goal and it is the first time that the Rams have been ranked in over a decade, but it does not help the Rams get any closer to earning a spot in a New Year's Day bowl game since Boise State still is in the drivers seat to win the Mountain West.

Here are the three big polls:

AP Coaches Computer composite
1 Mississippi State Mississippi State Alabama
2 Florida State Florida State Mississippi St
3 Oregon Alabama Auburn
4 Alabama Oregon Ole Miss
6 Baylor Baylor Oregon
7 Arizona State Ohio State Florida State
8 Ohio State Arizona State Baylor
9 Auburn Auburn Ohio State
10 Ole Miss Ole Miss Georgia
11 Nebraska Nebraska LSU
12 Michigan State Michigan State Arizona State
13 Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State
14 UCLA Georgia Michigan State
15 Notre Dame UCLA Nebraska
16 Georgia Notre Dame Oklahoma
17 Arizona Clemson UCLA
18 Clemson Arizona Clemson
19 Duke Duke Notre Dame
20 LSU LSU Marshall
21 Marshall Marshall Wisconsin
22 Wisconsin Wisconsin Texas A&M
23 Colorado State Georgia Tech Arizona State
24 Georgia Tech Oklahoma USC
25 Utah Colorado State Duke