Sooners Leap Past Longhorns

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UNDATED (AP) - Alabama remains the top team in the weekly
Associated Press Top-25 college football poll. The Crimson Tide,
who had the week off, received 63 of the 65 first place votes.
'Bama's record remains 11-and-0 while second ranked Florida, which
received the remaining 2 first place votes, is 10-and-1. The Gators
moved up from No. 3 to No. 2 with a win over The Citadel, 70-19.
Rounding out the Top 5 are Oklahoma, big winners over last week's
second-ranked school Texas Tech, Texas and Southern California.
The second five this week consists of Penn State, Texas Tech,
which was beaten by Oklahoma 65-21, Utah, Boise State and Ohio
State. Both Utah and Boise State remain unbeaten this season, as
does No. 15 Ball State.
The next 10 teams are Oklahoma State, Missouri, Georgia, TCU,
Ball State, Cincinnati, Oregon State, Georgia Tech, Oregon and BYU.
The bottom five this week are Boston College, Michigan State,
Florida State, Northwestern and Mississippi.
The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college
football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records
through Nov. 22, total points based on 25 points for a first-place
vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs
1. Alabama (63) 11-0 1,622 1
2. Florida (2) 10-1 1,512 3
3. Oklahoma 10-1 1,486 5
4. Texas 10-1 1,482 4
5. Southern Cal 9-1 1,352 6
6. Penn St. 11-1 1,238 7
7. Texas Tech 10-1 1,212 2
8. Utah 12-0 1,206 8
9. Boise St. 11-0 1,064 9
10. Ohio St. 10-2 1,043 10
11. Oklahoma St. 9-2 997 11
12. Missouri 9-2 917 12
13. Georgia 9-2 874 13
14. TCU 10-2 750 15
15. Ball St. 11-0 731 14
16. Cincinnati 9-2 640 19
17. Oregon St. 8-3 604 21
18. Georgia Tech 8-3 339 -
19. Oregon 8-3 320 24
20. BYU 10-2 309 16
20. Boston College 8-3 309 -
22. Michigan St. 9-3 274 17
23. Florida St. 8-3 214 -
24. Northwestern 9-3 145 -
25. Mississippi 7-4 127 -
Others receiving votes: West Virginia 120, Pittsburgh 108, Iowa
54, LSU 35, California 11, Tulsa 8, W. Michigan 8, Cent. Michigan
5, South Carolina 5, Connecticut 2, Nebraska 1, Rice 1.




 
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