LSU falls to No. 13 after Ole Miss loss

LSU falls to No. 13 after Ole Miss loss

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OXFORD, MS - OCTOBER 19: Craig Loston #6 of the LSU Tigers is unable to tackle Laquon Treadwell #1 of the Ole Miss Rebels during a game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on October 19, 2013 in Oxford, Mississippi. Ole Miss won the game 27-24. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

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Posted on October 20, 2013 at 11:39 AM

Updated Sunday, Oct 20 at 12:56 PM

Associated Press

Florida State, Baylor and Missouri took big steps forward as The Associated Press college football poll got extensive makeover following losses by five top-10 teams.

Alabama is still No. 1, Oregon still two and Ohio State fourth, but otherwise there was much movement.

Florida State moved up two spots to No. 3 after its 51-14 win at Clemson.

The Crimson Tide received 55 first-place votes from the media panel. Oregon got three first-place votes and Florida State received two.  The Seminoles received first-place votes for the first time since Sept. 2, 2002.

Missouri went from 14 to fifth, its best ranking since 2008. No. 6 Baylor jumped to its highest ranking since 1980.

Miami is No. 7, followed by Stanford, Clemson and Texas Tech at No. 10.

No. 21 UCF is ranked for the first time since the final 2010 poll after handing Louisville its first loss of the season.

Louisville, one of those five top-10 teams to lose, along with Clemson, UCLA, LSU and Texas A&M, slipped to 10 spots to No. 18.

A week after the Southeastern Conference set a record with eight ranked teams, five ranked SEC teams lost, knocking two out of the rankings. Florida and Georgia dropped out for the first time this season after each lost for the third time.

Auburn made the biggest move up this week, jumping 13 spots from No. 24 after beating Texas A&M 45-41 at College Station, Texas. The Tigers have their best ranking since winning the 2010 national title.

No. 24 Michigan and No. 25 Nebraska moved back into the rankings this week.

LSU has slipped to No. 13 in the AP Poll after falling to Ole Miss Saturday night.

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 19, 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  (55)                    7-0      1,495      1
  2.  Oregon  (3)                        7-0      1,427      2
  3.  Florida  St.  (2)              6-0      1,395      5
  4.  Ohio  St.                            7-0      1,309      4
  5.  Missouri                            7-0      1,197    14
  6.  Baylor                                6-0      1,189    12
  7.  Miami                                  6-0      1,130    10
  8.  Stanford                            6-1      1,118    13
  9.  Clemson                              6-1          927      3
10.  Texas  Tech                        7-0          904    16
11.  Auburn                                6-1          867    24
12.  UCLA                                    5-1          832      9
13.  LSU                                      6-2          739      6
14.  Texas  A&M                          5-2          683      7
15.  Fresno  St.                        6-0          550    17
16.  Virginia  Tech                  6-1          509    19
17.  Oklahoma                            6-1          501    18
18.  Louisville                        6-1          428      8
19.  Oklahoma  St.                    5-1          382    21
20.  South  Carolina                5-2          381    11
21.  UCF                                      5-1          345    NR
22.  Wisconsin                          5-2          258    25
23.  N.  Illinois                      7-0          220    23
24.  Michigan                            6-1          169    NR
25.  Nebraska                            5-1          117    NR
   Others receiving votes: Arizona St. 108, Notre Dame 82, Oregon St. 79, Michigan St. 73, Georgia 30, Mississippi 27, Florida 17, Utah 4, Washington 4, Texas 2, BYU 1, Ball St. 1.

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