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November 3, 2013

College football polls

NEW YORK — AP POLL

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 3, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

                                Recodr    Pts    Pv

 1. Alabama (52)    8-0    1,491    1

 2. Oregon (2)    8-0    1,418    2

 3. Florida St. (6)    8-0    1,409    3

 4. Ohio St.    9-0    1,315    4

 5. Baylor    7-0    1,234    5

 6. Stanford    7-1    1,214    6

 7. Auburn    8-1    1,082    8

 8. Clemson    8-1    1,059    9

 9. Missouri    8-1    956    10

10. LSU    7-2    863    11

11. Texas A&M    7-2    861    12

12. Oklahoma    7-1    816    13

13. South Carolina    7-2    769    14

14. Miami    7-1    737    7

15. Oklahoma St.    7-1    662    18

16. UCLA    6-2    515    17

17. Fresno St.    8-0    493    16

18. Michigan St.    8-1    478    24

19. UCF    6-1    472    19

20. Louisville    7-1    385    20

21. Wisconsin    6-2    342    22

22. N. Illinois    9-0    322    21

23. Arizona St.    6-2    197    25

24. Notre Dame    7-2    164       NR

25. Texas Tech    7-2    102    15

Others receiving votes: Texas 34, Georgia 32, BYU 28, Mississippi 17, Houston 9, Minnesota 7, Michigan 6, Washington 6, Ball St. 4, Duke 1.

USA TODAY POLL

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 3, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

    Record    Pts    Pvs

 1. Alabama (54)    8-0    1,540    1

 2. Oregon (5)    8-0    1,475    2

 3. Florida State (3)    8-0    1,436    3

 4. Ohio State    9-0    1,369    4

 5. Baylor    7-0    1,299    5

 6. Stanford    7-1    1,222    7

 7. Clemson    8-1    1,121    8

 8. Oklahoma    7-1    971    9

 9. Missouri    8-1    961    10

10. Auburn    8-1    959    11

11. Oklahoma State    7-1    864    12

12. LSU    7-2    835    13

13. Texas A&M    7-2    800    14

14. Miami (Fla.)    7-1    747    6

15. South Carolina    7-2    722    16

16. Louisville    7-1    569    17

17. Fresno State    8-0    567    18

18. UCLA    6-2    494    19

19. Michigan State    8-1    446    24

20. Northern Illinois    9-0    409    20

21. Central Florida    6-1    340    22

22. Wisconsin    6-2    333    23

23. Texas Tech    7-2    217    15

24. Arizona State    6-2    130    NR

25. Notre Dame    7-2    108    25

Others receiving votes: Texas 77; Georgia 25; Houston 24; Brigham Young 19; Minnesota 18; Michigan 14; Nebraska 12; Duke 11; Louisiana-Lafayette 5; Ball State 4; Mississippi 3; Oregon State 2; Arizona 1; Southern California 1.

HARRIS POLL

The Top 25 teams in the Harris Interactive College Football Poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 2, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:

    Record    Pts    Pv

 1. Alabama (95)    8-0    2,613    1

 2. Oregon (8)    8-0    2,491    2

 3. Florida State (2)    8-0    2,444    3

 4. Ohio State    9-0    2,317    4

 5. Baylor    7-0    2,167    5

 6. Stanford    7-1    2,102    6

 7. Clemson    8-1    1,890    8

 8. Missouri    8-1    1,725    9

 9. Auburn    8-1    1,672    11

10. Oklahoma    7-1    1,572    10

11. LSU    7-2    1,467    12

12. Texas A&M    7-2    1,426    13

13. Miami (FL)    7-1    1,344    7

14. Oklahoma State    7-1    1,315    15

15. South Carolina    7-2    1,175    17

16. Louisville    7-1    1,013    16

17. Fresno State    8-0    989    18

18. Michigan State    8-1    789    23

19. UCLA    6-2    768    19

20. Northern Illinois    9-0    727    20

21. Central Florida    6-1    567    22

22. Wisconsin    6-2    450    24

23. Texas Tech    7-2    409    14

24. Arizona State    6-2    255    25

25. Notre Dame    7-2    155    NR

Other teams receiving votes: Texas 77; Georgia 47; Michigan 46; Houston 44; BYU 21; Mississippi 11; Ball State 9; Minnesota 8; Nebraska 8; Oregon State 7; Arizona 2; USC 2; Duke 1.

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