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Week 10 College Football Rankings

Week 10 College Football Rankings
Sports
Monday, November 1, 2010 - 10:49am

BATON ROUGE (WVLA) - Despite being idle on Saturday the LSU football team moved up two spots in the latest edition of the BCS standings.  The Tigers take on Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide this Saturday at 2:30 in Tiger Stadium.

BCS

RK, TEAM, AVG, PVS, RK
1. Oregon, .9777, 2, 1
2. Auburn, .9599, 1, 2
3. TCU, .8911, 4, 4
4. Boise State, .8824, 3, 3
5. Utah, .7318, 8, 6
6. Alabama, .7185, 7, 5
7. Nebraska, .6869, 14, 11
8. Oklahoma, .6849, 9, 9
9. Wisconsin, .674, 10, 7
10. LSU, .654, 12, 12
11. Ohio State, .6127, 11, 8
12. Missouri, .594, 6, 15
13. Stanford, .578, 13, 10
14. Michigan State, .5136, 5, 16
15. Arizona, .4936, 15, 13
16. Iowa, .4291, 18, 14
17. Oklahoma State, .3868, 17, 18
18. Arkansas, .2944, 19, 17
19. South Carolina, .2725, 20, 19
20. Mississippi State, .2428, 21, 21
21. Baylor, .1792, 25, 22
22. Virginia Tech, .1595, 23, 20
23. Nevada, .0957, 24, 23
24. Florida State, .0737, 16, 24
25. North Carolina State, .0546, NR, 25

The AP Top25

Team (First-Place Votes) Record Pts Pv
1. Oregon (49) 8-0 1,487 1
2. Boise St. (7) 7-0 1,403 2
3. Auburn (2) 9-0 1,396 3
4. TCU (2) 9-0 1,350 4
5. Alabama 7-1 1,228 6
6. Utah 8-0 1,147 8
7. Wisconsin 7-1 1,113 9
8. Ohio St. 8-1 1,010 10
9. Nebraska 7-1 974 14
10. Stanford 7-1 950 13
11. Oklahoma 7-1 928 11
12. LSU 7-1 872 12
13. Arizona 7-1 779 15
14. Missouri 7-1 739 7
15. Iowa 6-2 700 18
16. Michigan St. 8-1 644 5
17. Arkansas 6-2 500 19
18. South Carolina 6-2 497 17
19. Oklahoma St. 7-1 457 20
20. Virginia Tech 6-2 332 21
21. Mississippi St. 7-2 302 23
22. Baylor 7-2 247 25
23. N.C. State 6-2 113 NR
24. Florida St. 6-2 97 16
25. Nevada 7-1 91 NR

Others receiving votes: Hawaii 50, Syracuse 22, Oregon St. 16, Maryland 11, Southern Cal 10, San Diego St. 9, Illinois 8, UCF 5, Pittsburgh 4, Miami 3, Northwestern 3, Florida 2, N. Illinois 1.

Harris Interactive Poll

RK TEAM RECORD PTS PVS
1 Oregon (92) 8-0 2823 1
2 Auburn (10) 9-0 2683 3
3 Boise State (12) 7-0 2635 2
4 TCU 9-0 2529 4
5 Alabama 7-1 2346 6
6 Utah 8-0 2171 7
7 Wisconsin 7-1 2041 9
8 Ohio State 8-1 1986 10
9 Oklahoma 7-1 1891 11
10 Stanford 7-1 1797 13
11 Nebraska 7-1 1793 14
12 LSU 7-1 1705 12
13 Arizona 7-1 1378 15
14 Iowa 6-2 1307 17
15 Missouri 7-1 1293 8
16 Michigan State 8-1 1279 5
17 Arkansas 6-2 971 18
18 Oklahoma State 7-1 925 20
19 South Carolina 6-2 903 19
20 Virginia Tech 6-2 631 21
21 Mississippi State 7-2 574 23
22 Baylor 7-2 422 25
23 Nevada 7-1 288 24
24 Florida State 6-2 252 16
25 North Carolina State 6-2 139 NR

Dropped from rankings: Miami (FL) 22

Others receiving votes: Hawaii 73, Florida 54, Syracuse 53, Oregon State 28, Northwestern 16, Maryland 13, Miami (FL) 10, San Diego St. 10, Michigan 9, UCF 7, Virginia 4, Temple 4, Texas A&M 4, West Virginia 1, Navy 1, Pittsburgh 1

USA Today Coaches Top 25
Oct. 31, 2010

Rank Team (first-place votes) Record Points Last week's ranking
1. Oregon (51) 8-0 1,464 1
2. Auburn (4) 9-0 1,384 3
3. Boise State (3) 7-0 1,361 2
4. TCU (1) 9-0 1,292 4
5. Alabama 7-1 1,213 6
6. Utah 8-0 1,141 7
7. Wisconsin 7-1 1,100 9
8. Ohio State 8-1 1,049 10
9. Oklahoma 7-1 990 11
10. Nebraska 7-1 961 12
11. LSU 7-1 861 13
12. Stanford 7-1 846 14
13. Arizona 7-1 704 16
14. Missouri 7-1 676 8
15. Michigan State 8-1 652 5
16. Iowa 6-2 647 19
17. South Carolina 6-2 517 17
18. Oklahoma State 7-1 466 20
19. Arkansas 6-2 446 18
20. Virginia Tech 6-2 379 21
21. Mississippi State 7-2 320 23
22. Baylor 7-2 250 24
23. Nevada 7-1 112 NR
24. Florida State 6-2 107 15
25. North Carolina State 6-2 96 NR

Dropped out:
No. 22 Miami (Fla.) (5-3, lost to Virginia 24-19), No. 25 Michigan (5-3, lost to Penn State 41-31).

Others receiving votes:
Hawaii (7-2) 59; Northwestern (6-2) 24; Syracuse (6-2) 14; Central Florida (6-2) 13; Maryland (6-2) 9; Miami (Fla.) (5-3) 5; Florida (5-3) 4; Illinois (5-3) 4; San Diego State (6-2) 4; Michigan (5-3) 3; Northern Illinois (7-2) 2.

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