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The Legends Poll Top 25: College Football Week 11

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For the first time this season, there’s a a new look in Legends Poll top 2. Oregon took it on the chin against Stanford Thursday night, suffering its first loss of the year, 26-20.

The loss opened the door for Florida State to move into the No. 2 spot of the Legends Poll rankings. The Seminoles are second only to top-ranked Alabama, which received its first unanimous No. 1 ranking of the season.

The Crimson Tide made a statement with a 38-17 victory over LSU Saturday night. The loss sent No. 15 LSU tumbling four spots.

No. 3 Ohio State, No. 4 Baylor and No. 5 Stanford all moved up a spot in the rankings this week. No. 6 Oregon fell four spots.

No. 7 Auburn continued its quiet climb up the rankings and faces another tough test when No. 25 Georgia visits next weekend.

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Clemson, Missouri and Texas A&M rounded out the top 10.

No. 17 Oklahoma dropped seven spots after No. 4 Baylor undressed the Sooners in Waco on Thursday — the biggest drop in the rankings this week.

No. 24 Texas was the lone newcomer in the top 25 this week. Texas Tech dropped out.

To see the individual votes by coach, visit the Legends Poll

THE LEGENDS POLL TOP 25

RK

TEAM

RECORD

POINTS

PV RK

1

Alabama (16)

9-0

400

1

2

Florida State

9-0

384

3

3

Ohio State

9-0

366

4

4

Baylor

8-0

346

5

5

Stanford

8-1

341

6

6

Oregon

8-1

302

2

7

Auburn

9-1

298

8

8

Clemson

8-1

295

7

9

Missouri

9-1

289

9

10

Texas A&M

8-2

240

12

11

South Carolina

7-2

214

13

12

Oklahoma State

8-1

212

14

13

Michigan State

8-1

194

17

14

Louisville

8-1

186

16

15

LSU

7-3

168

11

16

Wisconsin

7-2

157

19

17

Oklahoma

7-2

142

10

18

UCLA

7-2

131

18

19

Fresno State

9-0

120

20

20

UCF

7-1

103

23

21

Northern Illinois

9-0

83

22

22

Arizona State

7-2

59

25

23

Miami (FL)

7-2

53

15

24

Texas

7-2

35

-

25

Georgia

6-3

28

24

* The Legends Poll voting process is exactly what the BCS is trying to create and Athlon will bring it to you as the de facto Selection Committee for fans to follow over the next two seasons, allowing you to see how the Selection Committee will operate from 2014 onward. You can see the entire Poll at www.legendschannel.com.